Lakeshore Pavilion

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Lakeshore Pavilion is a 71,248 square-foot, $18 million shopping center on a 16-acre site at the intersection of Lakeshore Parkway and Shannon-Wenonah Road, backing up to a tributary of Little Shades Creek in Birmingham's Oxmoor neighborhood, near Hoover's Ross Bridge subdivision.

It was developed by MAB American Management of Charlotte, North Carolina, who purchased the property from U.S. Steel for $2.95 million in 2017. The center was built by the Benning Construction Company of Atlanta, Georgia and opened in 2019.

The center is anchored by a 48,000 square-foot Publix supermarket. The grocery store is a prototype design, incorporating special accommodations for online order pick-up and home delivery services. Because the store would help address a food desert in District 7, the project was supported by up to $3.3 million in tax rebate incentives from the City of Birmingham over seven years.

In 2021 the shopping center was acquired by an affiliate of JRW Realty of Pasadena, California for just over $21.7 million.



  • Anderson, Jon (January 4, 2017) "Birmingham announces plans for Publix off Lakeshore Parkway near Ross Bridge." Hoover Sun
  • Godwin, Brent (November 15, 2018) "New Publix prototype store targets 2019 opening on Lakeshore." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Van der Bijl, Hanno (May 13, 2021) "Publix-anchored Lakeshore Pavilion development sells for $21.7M." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Parker, Illyshia (May 19, 2022) "Lakeshore Parkway retail center owner seeking same incentives from city as former owner." Birmingham Business Journal