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District at Eastover construction to start later this year

A mixed-use development on the site of Jackson’s Old Blind School has confirmed tenants a few months before construction begins. The District at Eastover will sit on Interstate 55 and be bordered by the Eastover and Fondren neighborhoods. So far, a Residence Inn by Marriott, Community Trust Bank, Cantina Laredo restaurant, a movie theater, a […] [...]

CB Richard Ellis brings its global network to Jackson

Global commercial real estate firm CB Richard Ellis has set up shop in the metro Jackson market, having recruited a trio of longtime Jackson commercial real estate professionals to join the firm’s Grant Ridgway for the opening of an office at 10 Canebrake in Flowood. The arrival of CB Richard Ellis gives Jackson access to […] [...]

Read August 27 issue of the MBJ

>> JOURNAL INC. BUYS MBJ Mississippi’s Journal Inc. buys MBJ Also in this week’s paper: >> SPORTS Batesville trees a big one— by Clay Chandler >>RESHORING ‘Total cost’ calculations tilting manufacturing equation in favor of U.S.— by Ted Carter >>TRANSPORTATION Rail Authority forges ahead in wake of grant rejection— by Clay Chandler >> ROSS REILY Ownership transition […] [...]

City hires firm to market former Dillard’s Building

JACKSON — The Overby Company has been selected by the City of Jackson to assist with the comprehensive marketing and development of the former Dillard’s Building.The Overby Company will list the price of the site based on its marketability, similar sales in the area and statutory requirements, recommend a projected timeline for the sale and […] [...]

Full Spectrum chooses Boomerang for robotic parking garage

JACKSON — Full Spectrum has chosen Boomerang Systems Inc., a designer and manufacturer of fully automated robotic parking and self-storage systems, to provide a 480-space automated parking garage as part of the initial phase of the Old Capitol Green redevelopment project located in Jackson. The cost of the project was not disclosed. Old Capitol Green […] [...]

City Council to mull rebuilding infrastructure, Deer Island resort

BILOXI — The Biloxi City Council will consider rebuilding more infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Katrina and a resort on Deer Island this week. During today’s meeting, The Sun Herald reports Larry Mitrenga will appeal the Planning Commission’s decision that he not be allowed to build a resort on Deer Island. Mitrenga is asking the council […] [...]

Tradition developer agrees to protect Mississippi gopher frog pond

HARRISON COUNTY — The Center for Biological Diversity, Gulf Restoration Network and Columbus Communities, the developer of a planned community called Tradition in Harrison County signed an agreement today to protect habitat for the highly endangered Mississippi gopher frog The memorandum of understanding outlines steps the parties will take to facilitate a land exchange between […] [...]

Farish Street Group getting $10.2M loan from JRA

JACKSON — Developers of the Farish Street Entertainment District have taken the first step toward securing money needed to finish construction on the first block of the $100 million project in downtown Jackson. Yesterday, the Jackson Redevelopment Authority approved a non-binding agreement with Farish Street Group for a $10.2 million loan. As collateral, developers would […] [...]

Developer pays state $3.3M for former School for the Blind

JACKSON — A private developer is paying Mississippi $3.3 million to buy state land that used to be home to the School for the Blind. The 21-acre site faces an Interstate 55 frontage road in northeast Jackson, next to the current schools for the blind and deaf. Gov. Phil Bryant’s office says the land was […] [...]

Councilmen balk at $107M in redevelopment bonds

JACKSON — The Jackson Redevelopment Authority has moved a few steps closer to issuing more than $107 million in bonds for three projects downtown. But if last week’s city council meeting is any indication, some council members are not at all happy to assist developers seeking the funds. The Clarion-Ledger reports the city council gave […] [...]

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