Homestead Village

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Homestead Village is a 106,606 square-foot shopping center located on Patrick Way off of Gadsden Highway, opposite the Cedar Creek and Tutwiler Farm subdivisions in Trussville.

The center was developed by Blackwater Resources beginning in 2015. The original plans had to be scaled back due to concerns about the environmental impact on Pinchgut Creek, a tributary of the Cahaba River. Catch ponds were built to filter runoff from the development.

In June 2021 Blackwater sold the center to a joint venture of McDonald Group and Select Strategies Realty of Cincinnati, Ohio for $25.5 million.



  • Yow, Chris (December 8, 2015) "Hobby Lobby, Fresh Market, others coming to Trussville." Trussville Tribune
  • Yow, Chris (January 13, 2016) "Developer shares updates on new Trussville shopping center." Trussville Tribune
  • Yow, Chris (January 13, 2016) "Five Below added to retailers in Homestead Village." Trussville Tribune
  • Staff (January 28, 2016) "Home Goods is the latest retailer announced for Trussville shopping center." Trussville Tribune
  • Van der Bijl, Hanno (July 13, 2021) "Homestead Village shopping mall sells in $25.5M deal." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Caver, Hannah (December 9, 2021) "Five Guys in Trussville to open in January." Trussville Tribune
  • Clark, Cara (November 30, 2022) "Boutique owners open new men's clothing store in Trussville." Birmingham Business Journal