International Park is a corporate office park located between I-459 and Cahaba Lake, off of Acton Road in Hoover. International Park Drive is accessed primarily from Acton Road, with a secondary access from Old Rocky Ridge Road. International Park Place branches off of the main boulevard south of the lake.
The office park was developed in 1986 by Polar-Bek, a joint venture of Polar Construction and BE&K engineers. The $75 million project initially included plans for six buildings with a total of 600,000 square feet of office space.
The development is the site of five public art installations: "First Impression" by Merrill Stigge, "Lackawanna II" by Michael Bigger, "Man with Frog" by Michael Lucero, "Mia's Dance VIII" by Michael Todd, and "Untitled" by Jonathan Kirk.
- 1800 International Park Drive (built 1999): Command Alkon, Crawford McWilliams Hatcher Architects, Deangelis Diamond, Home Mortgage of America, former location of Intermark Group (-2008)
- 1900 International Park Drive: Emergency Callworks, Hoffman Media, Rödl & Partner, Warren Averett, former location of Hoar Construction
- 2000 International Park Drive (built 1986): IberiaBank (2019-), former location of All Seasons Travel (1980s), BE&K (1987-2008), KBR Inc. (2008-2016)
- 2100 International Park Drive: Doster Construction Company
- 2501 International Park Place: Birmingham Recovery Center (2021–), former location of Noah's Event Venue (2017-2019)
- Godwin, Brent (June 23, 2016) "International Park site in Hoover showing serious potential." Birmingham Business Journal
- Godwin, Brent (June 26, 2017) "International Park deal fills key vacancy." Birmingham Business Journal
- Godwin, Brent (February 27, 2019) "International Park office buildings sell for $34M." Birmingham Business Journal