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* [[1st Avenue South]] intersection
 
* [[1st Avenue South]] intersection
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** west side ([[Block 123]]):
 
*** 100-116: [[Midtown Center]],[[Laboratory Corporation of America]]
 
*** 100-116: [[Midtown Center]],[[Laboratory Corporation of America]]
 
*** 118-130: [[ArchitectureWorks]], [[SawWorks Studio]]
 
*** 118-130: [[ArchitectureWorks]], [[SawWorks Studio]]
 
**** 118-120: former location of [[Birmingham Printing & Publishing]]
 
**** 118-120: former location of [[Birmingham Printing & Publishing]]
 
**** 122-130: former location of [[Birmingham Publishing Co.]]
 
**** 122-130: former location of [[Birmingham Publishing Co.]]
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** east side ([[Block 122]]):
 
*** 101-117: [[Adamson Ford]] customer parking
 
*** 101-117: [[Adamson Ford]] customer parking
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**** 101: former location of cobble (1891)
 
*** 119-131: [[Adamson Ford]] service department
 
*** 119-131: [[Adamson Ford]] service department
  
 
* [[2nd Avenue South]] intersection
 
* [[2nd Avenue South]] intersection
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** west side ([[Block 134]]):
 
*** 200-216: parking lot
 
*** 200-216: parking lot
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**** 208-210: former location of duplex house (1891)
 
*** 218-230: [[HABD Building]], former location of [[Wood Chevrolet]] (1976)
 
*** 218-230: [[HABD Building]], former location of [[Wood Chevrolet]] (1976)
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** east side ([[Block 135]]):
 
*** 201-217: parking lot
 
*** 201-217: parking lot
 
*** 219-231: [[20 Midtown]], Phase 2 / [[Publix]] (built 2017)
 
*** 219-231: [[20 Midtown]], Phase 2 / [[Publix]] (built 2017)
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*** 400-416: [[Mac's One Stop]], Texaco station, convenience store and restaurant (1986-), former location of [[Southern Coupon Co.]] (1925), Exxon gas station (-1985)
 
*** 400-416: [[Mac's One Stop]], Texaco station, convenience store and restaurant (1986-), former location of [[Southern Coupon Co.]] (1925), Exxon gas station (-1985)
 
*** 418-430: [[Courtyard by Marriott Birmingham Downtown]]
 
*** 418-430: [[Courtyard by Marriott Birmingham Downtown]]
**** 430: former location of [[Peerless Laundry]] (1940)
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**** 430: former location of [[Peerless Laundry]] (1940), [[American-Peerless Laundry]] (1959)
 
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** east side:
 
*** 401-431: [[Southside Station]] apartments & parking deck (built 1994)
 
*** 401-431: [[Southside Station]] apartments & parking deck (built 1994)
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**** Suite 104: [[Los Juane's Mexican Restaurant]]
 
**** Suite 104: [[Los Juane's Mexican Restaurant]]
 
**** Suite 110: apartment entrance
 
**** Suite 110: apartment entrance
**** Suite 116: [[Subway]] restaurant
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**** Suite 116: former location of [[Subway]] restaurant (closed August 13, 2019)
 
**** Suite 120: [[Magic Wok]]
 
**** Suite 120: [[Magic Wok]]
 
**** Suite 130: [[Milo's Hamburgers]]
 
**** Suite 130: [[Milo's Hamburgers]]
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** west side:
 
** west side:
 
*** 900: [[Southeastern Bio-Safety Lab]], former site of [[Bishop Building | UAB Bishop building]] (demolished in May [[2006]])
 
*** 900: [[Southeastern Bio-Safety Lab]], former site of [[Bishop Building | UAB Bishop building]] (demolished in May [[2006]])
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*** 906: former location of [[Bessie Whitfield Boarding House]] (1957)
 
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*** Parking lot
 
*** Parking lot

Revision as of 16:57, 12 February 2020

This article is about the Southside Birmingham street. For the Homewood street, see 19th Street South Homewood.

19th Street South is a north-south street in Birmingham's Five Points South neighborhood. The street begins at the southern end of 19th Street North at the Railroad Reservation and the 19th Street underpass. From there continues south for 16 blocks, intersecting the UAB campus, to where it intersects with 15th Court South at the base of Red Mountain. It then takes a turn to the southwest and extends one block to a dead end at Valley View Park.

The road is four or five lanes wide from the 19th Street underpass down to 10th Avenue South, at which point it becomes a two-lane road.

Notable locations (north to south)

For an alphabetical list of locations, see the 19th Street South category.