Vestavia Village

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Vestavia Village (formerly Todd's Vestavia Mall or Todd's Mall) is a 50,462 square-foot retail center located at Molton Street and Canyon Road, behind the Post Office, near Montgomery Highway (U.S. Highway 31) in Vestavia Hills. It was developed on the site of a former trampoline court in 1960 by Jesse Todd, and was originally anchored by a fourth location of his mother's Mrs Todd's Cafeteria.

Most tenant spaces in the small "mall" had outside entrances, but a short two-level interior corridor provided access to the cafeteria and to smaller spaces, mostly used as offices. A portion of the mall was demolished and rebuilt as a Walgreen's pharmacy.

Ward Neely purchased Vestavia Village in March 2020 for $3.6 million.



  • Walden, Rebecca Cybulsky (2014) Vestavia Hills. Images of America Series. Mount Pleasant, South Carolina: Arcadia Press. ISBN 1439648255, p. 54
  • Van der Bijl, Hanno (March 24, 2020) "Bham CRE pro buys Vestavia retail center for $3.6M." Birmingham Business Journal