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Alabaster, AL, is a city of 31,000 people in Shelby County, Alabama. It’s known as the “Shopping Capital of Alabama.” The city is home to ten shopping centers and malls, including the 522,000-square-foot Eastdale Mall which is the biggest mall in the state. Alabaster was once a tight-knit farming community, but now it’s become a hotspot for retail and trade.


Alabaster, AL, is home to many of the most prestigious companies in the country. There are over 250 Alabaster companies that employ between 100 and 499 employees and five businesses that employ more than 1,000 people. The biggest employers include Publix Supermarkets, Alabaster Healthcare, Target Corporation, the North American Lighting Company, and Walmart. Alabaster has a median household income of $66,324 with 8% of families living under the poverty line.


Over half of people in Alabaster have graduated from high school or attained a GED certification while 19% have attended some college but did not receive a degree. 31% of Alabaster residents have attained bachelor’s degrees or higher educational degrees.


Alabaster, AL, is located at the crossroads of Interstate 65 and Highway 119. It’s also located near to Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport which serves the city with direct flights to Atlanta, Chicago, Charlotte, and St. Louis. The average commute time in Alabaster is 20 minutes, which is less than the nation’s average of 26 minutes.


Alabaster was given its name by its original settlers who were impressed by the white marble that was found in the creek running through the city.


Local Attractions in Alabaster:


– Eastdale Mall 


– Alabaster Caverns 


– Shelby County Historical Museum 


– Shelby County Courthouse Square


– Alabaster Coffee Company 


– Alabama Adventures Theme Park & Zoo 


The History of Alabaster


Alabaster has an interesting history. It was founded in 1871 with the establishment of a post office. The small farming community’s postmaster named it Alabaster because he found white marble rocks in Shoal Creek.


Alabaster was not incorporated until 1959 with about 1,000 people in the city limits. Four years later, there were 3,500 residents and by 1970 that number had increased to over 10,000.


From 1970 to 2000, Alabaster continued growing in population by almost 90% with nearly 21,000 citizens calling the city home in 2000. By 2010, the population had increased by another 20% to hit the mark of 26,269 residents who live there today.


Nowadays,  Alabaster is a bustling community with beautiful residential neighborhoods, nice schools, and many shops and restaurants. Alabaster citizens also enjoy great local events like the Farmers Market at Eastdale Mall.

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