Posts Tagged ‘demolition’

Homes to be demolished as park development begins

by Associated Press Published: November 13,2012

Tags: culture, demolish, demolition, development, federal government, fort, Heritage, history, home, house, park, residence, tourism, tourist, vacation, visitor

NATCHEZ — Derelict houses along the Natchez bluff could soon be coming down as the National Park Service gears up for work to develop a park at the site of Fort Rosalie. Natchez National Historical Park superintendent Kathleen Jenkins said the park service expects soon to have clearance to remove deteriorating housing from the fort […] [...]

Downtown Inn to be demolished; new boutique hotel planned

by Associated Press Published: August 9,2012

Tags: construction, convention, demolish, demolition, downtown, hospitality, hotel, inn, lodging, meeting, raze, tourism, tourist, vacation, visitor

OXFORD — The owners of the Downtown Inn in Oxford say it will be demolished after football season and replaced with new hotel. The Oxford Eagle reports the Courthouse Square Preservation Commission voted to allow the Chamblee Co., which owns the hotel, to demolish the exiting building and replace it with a four-story boutique hotel. […] [...]

Texas contractor to build new clinic on Coast for Navy

by Associated Press Published: July 26,2012

Tags: bid, builder, building, clinic, construction, contract, contractor, defense, demolition, health, health care, medical, medicine, military

GULFPORT — A Texas company has won a $19 million contract for a new medical and dental clinic for the Navy in Gulfport. A news release from the Pentagon says Satterfield & Pontikes Construction Inc. of Austin will also demolish two buildings and a car wash on the site where it is to build the […] [...]

Coast mayor wants historic fire station saved, not demolished

MOSS POINT — The old central fire station built in downtown Moss Point in 1926 has seen better days, but Mayor Aneice Liddell wants to save it. City council members had earlier voted to tear the hurricane damaged building down, but the mayor vetoed the action. “It could be something with retail, a restaurant; it […] [...]

Corps says remains of Red Barn to be removed this month

ROLLING FORK — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers expect to have the remains of the iconic Red Barn removed by June 15. The barn off U.S. 61 North was built by the Graft family in 1918, the old barn collapsed in heavy winds nearly a year ago. Corps spokesman Kavanaugh Breazeale tells the Vicksburg […] [...]

Councilmen mull what to do with historic structure

TUPELO — The clock is ticking on a proposal before the Tupelo City Council to move the historic Spain House to another location. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports the city has six months to move Spain House before a two-year deadline expires and reopens the possibility of demolition. The century-old Spain House has served […] [...]

City looking to improve park by removing old Wurlitzer facility

by Associated Press Published: February 2,2012

Tags: demolition, industrial parks, industrial real estate, jobs, manufacturing, municipal government

CORINTH — The city of Corinth, according to The Daily Corinthian, is planning to revitalize a prime spot in the industrial park with hope of bringing new jobs to the city. The city-owned Wurlitzer property is the focus of the plan, which would include removal of the industrial building. Officials believe removing the dilapidated industrial […] [...]

City targets more blighted buildings for demolition

BILOXI — Blighted buildings are coming down in Biloxi. The Sun Herald reports the city council approved inspections yesterday of six more blighted buildings, including the White House Hotel. Jerry Creel, community development director, says his department wants the owners of the White House to remove the steel beams on the west side of the […] [...]

Remnants of iconic nightclub demolished

by Associated Press Published: January 13,2012

Tags: demolition, downtown, entertainment, food, hospitality, music, nightclubs, restaurants, tourism, tourists, visitors

GREENVILLE — For many in the Greenville area and for many years, the bar and restaurant called One Block East was a home away from home. The city tore the building down yesterday. Stanley Sherman, who owned the establishment when it opened in 1971, said he has only one thing to say. “What a shame,” […] [...]

County to raze dozens of abandoned structures

by MBJ Staff Published: December 21,2011

Tags: abandoned, Commercial Real Estate, county government, demolition, grant, property, real estate

COAHOMA COUNTY — With grant support from the Walton Family Foundation, the Delta Bridge Project (DBP) in Coahoma County will fund the demolition of abandoned homes and buildings. Clean-up is expected to begin in the spring of 2012. Working with local leaders, the staff of Southern Bancorp Capital Partners (SBCP) has identified 40 dilapidated structures […] [...]

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