7th Avenue South
Seventh Avenue South (originally Avenue G) is an east-west corridor in downtown Birmingham, with its main section stretching from 14th Street South on the UAB campus to 32nd Street South in Lakeview. Three blocks, between 11th Street South and 14th Street South have been closed off to vehicles as part of UAB's campus master plan.
A short section west of I-65 is accessible from 8th Street South. Another short section east of the former Lakeview Park jogs between 34th and 36th Avenue South and between 39th and 40th Avenue South near Avondale Park. To the east of the park, 7th Avenue South extends beyond 47th Place South, then appears again in Crestwood North and between Dublin and Exeter Avenues north of Crestwood Boulevard in Gate City.
Parts of 7th Avenue South between 22nd and 32nd Streets South are included in the Southside Historic District. Between 34th and 47th Street South, 7th Avenue forms a boundary of the Avondale Park Historic District.
The section between 20th and 24th Street South was part of U. S. Highway 31 before the construction of the Elton B. Stephens Expressway. The Birmingham Metropolitan Planning Organization's 2003 Birmingham Regional Transportation Alternatives Analysis envisioned adding light rail to the downtown section of 7th Avenue South.
7th Avenue, from 20th Street to Lakeview, is part of the route of Birmingham's annual Gay pride parade.
- For an alphabetical list of locations, see the 7th Avenue South category.
- 14th Street South intersection (road ends)
- 15th Street South intersection (south only)
- 16th Street South intersection (south only)
- 18th Street South intersection
- 19th Street South intersection
- 20th Street South intersection
- 20th Street South intersection
- 21st Street South (Richard Arrington, Jr Boulevard) intersection
- former site of Steel City Oldsmobile
- North side
- 2100: Arby's
- 2108: former location of Bon Marché cleaners and dyers
- 2112: Mooyah restuaurant (opened 2014)
- 2114: Chicken Salad Chick (opened 2014)
- 2115: Our Place
- 2116: Wehby Building, Quan's Custom Uniforms, former location of Charles H. Wehby Plumbing & Heating Company, Wells Plywoods
- 2130: Taco Bell (opened 2014)
- 2124: Award Center
- South side
- 22nd Street South intersection
- 23rd Street South intersection
- 2300: UAB faculty artist studios, former location of Vulcan Lincoln-Mercury and Michael Scott Kendrick, M. D.
- 2311: L & M Automotive
- 2316: Children's Medical Group
- 2318-20: Southern Life & Health Insurance building (1954) (former office Southern Life & Health Insurance and studios of WSGN-AM)
- 2321: former site of One Minute Car Wash
- 2331: former location of Lollar's Cameras
- 24th Street South intersection
- 25th Street South intersection
- Elton B. Stephens Expressway overpass
- 27th Street South intersection
- 28th Street South intersection
- 2800: future site of 29 Seven (Huey's 24/7 Diner), former sites of Chaos, the 729 Club, Southside Cafe and Norton's Florist
- 2801: Café de Paris, former site of Los Angeles
- 2807: The Oasis
- 2811: Sol y Luna
- 2817-35: Avon Building
- 2830: former site of Eli's Drive-In and Ed Salem's Drive-In No. 3 (WSGN-AM's "Sky Castle" broadcast booth was in the parking lot)
- 29th Street South intersection
- 30th Street South intersection
- 31st Street South intersection
- 3109: A. H. Cather Publishing
- 32nd Street South intersection (road ends)
Forest Park-South Avondale neighborhood
East Avondale neighborhood
- 4716: former site of Mount Lebanon Baptist Church
Crestwood North neighborhood
|U. S. Highway 31 in Birmingham|
|North side||South side|
|Current route||Carraway Blvd · Elton B. Stephens Expressway||Elton B. Stephens Expressway|
|Previous routes||8th Avenue N · 24th Street N||24th Street S · 7th Avenue S · 20th Street S · 21st Street S|