Posts Tagged ‘Landmark’

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 […] [...]

Landmark’s future under new owner is anyone’s guess

» Mystery man said to have placed winning bid for Jackson office building The new owner of Jackson’s Landmark Center is reported to be of foreign descent, though Central Business District leaders say the buyer’s plans for the vacant seven-story Capitol Street building are a mystery. The building sold at a minimum bid auction for […] [...]

Group says purchase of historic home should wrap up this fall

VAIDEN — Organizers say the acquisition of Cotesworth as a cultural and heritage landmark should be complete by late fall. The Greenwood Commonwealth reports state Sen. Lydia Chassaniol, R-Winona, told Carroll County supervisors this week that with the help of $2 million from Legislature and private donations, the ancestral home of 19th century U.S. Sen. […] [...]

Commission wants home to be national landmark

OXFORD — The Oxford Historic Preservation Commission wants the 165-year-old antebellum Shaw House registered as a national landmark so someone will buy and restore it. The home was built in 1848 by Oxford brick maker Dave Kennedy and has been in the Shaw family since 1929. It’s located on 5.8 acres of land and is […] [...]

Legislature divided over Department of Revenue destination

Whiplash could be a consequence of watching recent action in the Legislature to determine the next home of the Mississippi Department of Revenue. The day before a bill to put the DOR headquarters in downtown Jackson’s Landmark Center via a purchase passed the Senate on a 48-2 vote, House Speaker Philip Gunn successfully pushed a […] [...]

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