Posts Tagged ‘Landmark Center’

UMMC looking to buy downtown Jackson building for $6.25M

JACKSON — The University of Mississippi Medical Center is seeking approval from the College Board to buy the vacant Landmark Center office building in downtown Jackson for $6.25 million. UMMC says it would move some operations downtown to the 300,000 square-foot building to move some offices out of rented quarters and eventually free up more […] [...]

UMMC in talks to make Jackson’s Landmark home for 300 workers

Downtown’s long vacant Landmark Center is the preferred choice of the University of Mississippi’s Medical Center for a new workplace for around 300 information technology workers and other support staff. The governing board of the Mississippi Institutes of Higher Learning would have to approve UMMC’s purchase of the 340,000 square-foot building, which is on the […] [...]

The wait continues for Edison Walthall hotel buyer

by Ted Carter Published: May 31,2013

Tags: Ben Allen, Capitol Street, Edison Walthall Hotel, hospitality, hotels, Landmark Center

Hopes for injecting more life into downtown Jackson’s Capitol Street through a renovation and possible conversion of the vacant Edison-Walthall sustained a setback when the hotel did not get an acceptable bid at auction. For now, the circa 1927 lodging landmark will remain with the Landmark Center office building a block away as once-major properties […] [...]

The shared fortunes of the Capital City and its suburbs

by For the MBJ Published: March 1,2013

Tags: David Blount, Department of Revenue, Landmark Center, Phillip Gunn

Since 2011, a fight has been brewing in the state capitol over where the Department of Revenue (DOR) and its 500-plus workers are going to relocate. In one corner is Sen. David Blount, D-Jackson, and in the other is Speaker of the House Philip Gunn, R-Clinton. Sen. Blount represents those who want to house the […] [...]

Bills: Move state offices to Capitol Complex

by Ted Carter Published: February 1,2013

Tags: Bill Brister, Capitol Complex, David Blount, JACKSON, Landmark Center, Millsaps College

Downtown Jackson would see hundreds of new workers and a whittling of its office space vacancies through proposals from Senate Public Property Committee Chairman David Blount to consolidate more state agencies into space available in the Jackson Capitol Complex. In support of a pair of bills he has introduced, Blount produced an analysis from Millsaps […] [...]

Landmark Center, South Pointe top candidates in DOR search

by Ted Carter Published: October 15,2012

Tags: ADP, AT&T, Landmark Center, Mississippi Department of Revenue, South Pointe, WorldCom

A tug-of-war between two major office properties could occur in the 2013 legislative session as the Landmark Center and South Pointe vie to become the new headquarters of the Mississippi Department of Revenue. Both buildings will lose major tenants in the next few months and look to rebound by securing a long-term lease for several […] [...]

Landmark closing pushing Central business district office vacancy to historic level

by Ted Carter Published: October 15,2012

Tags: AT&T, Downtown Jackson, John Barton, Landmark Center, Parkway Properties

Downtown Jackson’s office vacancy rate will head toward 40 percent with the shutdown of the Landmark Center once master tenant AT&T vacates at the end of the year, says John Barton, a Parkway Properties senior vice president and senior asset manager who participated in the Parkway’s quarterly office market surveys until the company ceased doing […] [...]

Read October 15 issue of MBJ

by MBJ Staff Published: October 12,2012

Tags: Department of Revenue, Landmark Center, South Pointe

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Search is on for next Department of Revenue headquarters

The leadership of the Mississippi House of Representatives last week rebuffed a late-inning effort to salvage a move of the Mississippi Department of Revenue into downtown Jackson’s Landmark Center. House leaders are said to have no appetite for dealing with the DOR headquarters issue this year. State Sen. John Horhn tried to resurrect DOR headquarters’ […] [...]

MBJ EDITORIAL: Signs point to costly provincialism in demise of Landmark

Sticking it to your neighbor can be a gratifying exercise for some Mississippi legislators — especially when they aren’t personally writing the checks that cover the cost of the sticking. Which brings us to the sticking leaders of the Mississippi House of Representatives gave Jackson and the state’s taxpayers on April 3, the last day […] [...]

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