Park South Plaza

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Park South Plaza is a V-shaped, two-story, 105,626-square-foot shopping center located at 1425 Montgomery Highway in Vestavia Hills, across from the Massey Road intersection. The upper level businesses face the highway from inside the V, while the lower level ones are accessed from the outside of the V, away from the highway.

Park South Plaza was built in the 1970s by Joe DeMarco and purchased by the Barber Companies, which still owns and manages it, in 1977. The center had a major renovation in the mid-1980s. The next renovation wasn't until 2003, at which time the facade was replaced, the bays reconfigured to make them smaller, a new lighting scheme implemented, and the sidewalks and parking lot surface replaced. The 2003 renovation was designed by Harris & Associates with Sherrod Building Company as the contractor and cost $2.9 million.

Park South was originally anchored by Cobb Vestavia inside the point of the V and Pier 1 Imports on the south end. Today, the center is anchored by the Diplomat Deli at the north end of the shopping center and Taziki's in the former Pier 1 space.



  • 1983 Birmingham Suburban (Jefferson County, AL) Directory (1983) R. L. Polk & Co.
  • Nicholson, Gilbert. (March 30, 2003) "Vestavia's Park South Plaza getting a makeover." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Cooper, Lauren B. (October 3, 2007) "Tuesday Morning opens Vestavia Hills location." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Poe, Ryan (October 14, 2011) "Park South Plaza lands Steinway piano dealer." Birmingham Business Journal

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