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Westminster Shopping Center - Montgomery, AL

Westminister shopping center is located in Montgomery Alabama in a coveted "inside the bypass" location south of Zelda Road which is named after the famous authors F. Scott Fitzgerald and Montgomery native Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald.

Located near Westminister is a hub of activity including a prestigious private school, college, country club , and long time residential communities such as the Montgomery Academy , Huntingdon College, Montgomery Country Club, Rosemont Gardens and others.

Demographics 2002 projection, 10 mile radius

Population: 213,211

Average Income: $53,920

Retail Sales: $2.774 Billion

Major Stores: Sunday Dinner, Jim Massey Cleaners, Regions Bank

Square Footage: 38,288

 

Source: Claritas Inc.

Photo Credit: Rus Baxley

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