Below are summaries of each community with key demographics. Please contact us for more information or to schedule a visit. We’d love to show you around!
Tuscaloosa is the seat of Tuscaloosa County, the county’s largest city and the fifth-largest in the state. It is West Alabama’s regional center for commerce, culture, education, and healthcare.
Tuscaloosa by the Numbers
Northport is the second largest city in Tuscaloosa County and one of the fastest growing in the state. It is nationally known as host to the long-established Kentuck Festival of the Arts.
Northport by the Numbers
Lakeview is just off Interstate 59/20’s exit 100 in a rural area of the eastern part of the county and is known for its family friendly residential developments.
Lake View by the Numbers
Brookwood promises a tranquil rural setting replete with natural beauty and wildlife watching, all the while easily connected to nearby urban life.
Brookwood by the Numbers
Vance is a small, friendly community with a huge global presence as home to Mercedes-Benz U.S. International assembly facility.
Vance by the Numbers
Coaling exudes small-town charm with tree-lined sidewalks and streets and an appreciation for kids’ recreation as evidenced by its park, pavilion, splash pad, and recreation complex.
Coaling by the Numbers
Incorporated in 1999, Coker provides a quiet, rural setting just five miles west of Northport and eight miles west of Tuscaloosa.
Coker by the Numbers
The Town of Woodstock was formally incorporated in 1996 and located in Tuscaloosa and Bibb counties, with close access to Interstate 59.
Town of Woodstock by the Numbers
Moundville is located along Alabama Highway 69 about 15-miles south of Tuscaloosa. The town is home to The University of Alabama’s Moundville Archaeological Park – one of the nation’s premier Native American heritage sites.
Moundville by the Numbers