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Realtors chooses Nita Wingard

by Published: October 20,2014

Tags: Central Mississippi Realtors, Nita Wingard

Central Mississippi Realtors has selected Nita Wingard as its first director of communications and public relations. Wingard began her career in marketing and community support at the University of Southern Mississippi’s Institute for Disability Studies.  She has previously worked in various capacities of non-profit organizations over the past seven years including roles such as housing […] [...]

Court rules in dispute over Coast condo/yacht club development

KILN — The Mississippi Supreme Court has upheld a state judge’s decision that all of Nicola Road in Hancock County is a public thoroughfare. The Supreme Court’s decision means Jourdan River Estates, LLC can begin the development of 472-unit condo and yacht club development on the Jourdan River. Jourdan River Estates, LLC owns 269 acres […] [...]

BankPlus, FHLB Dallas, Habitat help low-income get home repairs

A collaborative effort among BankPlus, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas and Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area means 35 low-income homeowners will get critical repairs to their dilapidated homes. FHLB Dallas and BankPlus — an FHLB Dallas member institution — have awarded HFHMCA a $253,750 Affordable Housing Program grant to help fund its […] [...]

Getting state office tenants could be challenge for revived Landmark

by Published: October 9,2014

Tags: Business, Downtown Jackson, Mississippi, real estate

While making ambitious plans to convert Jackson’s Landmark Center to a mix of apartments, offices and retail, the building’s new owners want to recruit office tenants for the four floors situated below the two top floors designated for apartments. Each floor has about 50,000 square feet. A Cushman & Wakefield study in 2011 put leasing […] [...]

BancorpSouth moves Houston office into Friendswood facility

TUPELO — BancorpSouth Bank has opened a loan production office in the Houston, Texas, suburb city of Friendswood. BancorpSouth initially opened an office in temporary office space just over five months ago in a Southwest Houston location. The office recently moved to its new location at 699 South Friendswood Drive, Suite 107. The move enhances […] [...]

Judge: Homeowners eligible to share damages in Chinese drywall case

NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge has ruled that nearly 4,000 homeowners who say Chinese drywall ruined their homes are eligible to share any further damages he may award in lawsuits against Taishan Gypsum Co. Ltd., a government-owned manufacturer that failed to show up in court. Notices of U.S. District Judge Eldon Fallon’s order were […] [...]

Jackson’s Landmark Center slated for mixed-use conversion

An Israeli lawyer who is part of a partnership that bought downtown Jackson’s Landmark Center plans to convert the vacant seven-floor office building into a mix of apartments, offices and retail. Zeev Yochelman, whose partnership acquired the 366,000-square-foot Capital Street building through an Internet auction in late July, detailed his plans to an informal breakfast […] [...]

The Blake at Oxford expected to open next fall

OXFORD — Ridgeland-based developer Cardinal Ventures has unveiled the development of The Blake at Oxford, an assisted living and memory care community located at 110 Ed Perry Boulevard in Oxford Commons adjacent to Oxford Conference Center. Estimated at $15 million in turnkey development costs, the 100-unit, 85,000-square-foot community will be the newest addition to the […] [...]

HCC works deal with MSU Extension Service for land to expand

RAYMOND — Hinds Community College will expand its nursing and allied health programs in Jackson after agreeing to move Mississippi State University Extension Service employees to college property in Raymond. The Hinds County Board of Supervisors voted Sept. 2 to accept the swap. The college will gain use of 11.5 acres and two buildings. President […] [...]

UPDATE — David Watkins says JRA left him in dark about HUD’s Farish St. involvement

By Ted Carter Farish Street Group principal David Watkins says he feels blindsided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s suspension of Farish Group from further involvement with HUD-funded projects. Watkins’ Farish Street Group until last October had a lease deal to transform downtown Jackson’s Farish Street into an entertainment district. He said […] [...]

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