Stadium Trace Village has become an integral part of Hoover and serves as a gateway to the Birmingham region when approaching the city from the west. Designed as a walkable urban destination, Stadium Trace Village attracts visitors by offering the best-in-category operators among its tenants, including a world-renowned medical center and a market known for farm-fresh produce and quality grocery items. The property offers experiential stores, restaurants and hotels to serve visitors attending events at the Met Sports Stadium (Home to the SEC Baseball Tournament), Finley Sports Complex and Convention Center, and the regionally acclaimed Hoover High School.
Nearly 1,500 feet of frontage along I-459 at exit 10 and more than 2,000 feet of frontage on Highway 150 (John Hawkins Parkway) provide incredible visibility and easy access from all parts of the city. The project is also bordered by Stadium Trace Parkway and integrates seamlessly with the existing area community. Improvements to Stadium Trace Parkway will benefit local residents — landscape designs will incorporate the planting of trees to create a new canopy while sheltering sidewalks and paths connecting Stadium Trace Village to the overall community.
“Stadium Trace Village is located at the heart of Hoover, AL. The site had been passed over by many accomplished developers. Land deal issues, zoning issues, terrain issues, infrastructure needs, and environmental issues had stopped many before BroadMetro. BroadMetro was able to navigate the difficult land negotiation to tie up this key interstate location. Zoning was contentious but due to persistence the property finally received favorable zoning. Flexibility in planning enabled creative solutions to terrain, infrastructure, and environmental issues with resolution at economical thresholds. 1.2 million cubic yards later Stadium Trace Village was created.”
– Mark Gonzalez, Gonzalez-Strength & Associates, Inc.
(Best Development in Birmingham Award, 2019)