Posts Tagged ‘Jackson Mississippi’

West Point, Woodville take Main Street honors

Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant is old enough to remember when Capitol Street in Jackson served as the state’s largest and most popular shopping destination. “How exciting that was for us,” Bryant said, recounting the shopping trips he and his brother would take with their mother to Downtown Jackson. While she shopped, Bryant said, he and […] [...]

Handing over the project

Despite rough economy, David Watkins believes Riverwalk could become a reality In December, Jackson developer David Watkins unveiled plans for Riverwalk and Town Lake, an ambitious project that would feature a mile-long, concrete-lined canal that starts at Farish Street and ends at Court Street, where it would empty into a 35-acre lake that connected to […] [...]

Strategy Group inks deal in Regions Plaza

by Published: February 18,2010

Tags: Jackson Mississippi, real estate

Hayes Dent Public Strategies has signed a lease on the 19th floor of downtown Jackson’s Regions Plaza for an undisclosed amount. The landlord, a fully integrated national real estate investment company based in California, was represented by John Michael Holtmann of Duckworth Realty, Inc. The Mississippi Business Journal publishes announcements of commercial sales and leases. […] [...]

Law firm leases floor of Jackson Electric Building

by Published: February 18,2010

Tags: Jackson Mississippi, real estate

JACKSON — Tabor Law Firm has signed a lease on the second floor of downtown Jackson’s Electric 308 for an undisclosed amount. John Michael Holtmann of Duckworth Realty, Inc. represented the landlord. The Building is managed by Duckworth Realty, Inc. The Mississippi Business Journal publishes announcements of commercial sales and leases. Announcements are published free […] [...]

Subway leases floor of Jackson Electric Building

by Published: February 18,2010

Tags: Jackson Mississippi, real estate

JACKSON — Subway Real Estate Corp. has signed a lease for 2,550 square feet on the first floor of downtown Jackson’s Electric 308 for an undisclosed amount. Subway will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner at the 10-story historic, mixed-use facility. John Michael Holtmann of Duckworth Realty, Inc. represented the landlord. The Mississippi Business Journal publishes […] [...]

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