Posts Tagged ‘Parkway Properties’

Parkway move second blow to downtown Jackson this year

Parkway Properties will close its Jackson office by the end of this year. Parkway notified the office’s approximately 40 employees last week, a company spokesperson said. The real estate investment trust has its Mississippi offices in downtown Jackson’s One Jackson Place. It sold most of its Mississippi portfolio within the past couple years. The only […] [...]

CARTOON: Parkway Properties finds new digs

by Chuck McIntosh Published: July 12,2013

Tags: JACKSON, Parkway Properties, real estate

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Read July 12 issue of the MBJ

by MBJ Staff Published: July 12,2013

Tags: Chickasaw Bayou, GAO, Nissan, Parkway Properties, Tri State Brick & Tile

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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 […] [...]

Survey: Metro Jackson office markets showing some strength

Jackson’s Central Business District office market is starting 2012 much as it did 2011 with slightly more than a quarter of available space empty. That’s the good news. The CBD wouldn’t be keeping its current occupancy levels had expected lease renewals not come through, commercial real estate professionals say. Parkway Properties’ 120-building fourth-quarter office market […] [...]

EastGroup an entity all its own

by Ted Carter Published: January 15,2012

Tags: David H. Hoster II, EastGroup, EastGroup Properties, Leland Speed, Parkway Properties

While Parkway Properties is shifting its operations to Orlando and selling off nearly all its Jackson office properties, a company often incorrectly thought of as a cousin to Parkway — EastGroup Properties — is staying put in Mississippi’s capital. EastGroup CEO David H. Hoster II says the only reason his company and Parkway are believed […] [...]

Read the Jan. 16 issue of the MBJ online

by MBJ Staff Published: January 13,2012

Tags: Banking & Finance, MBJ Digital Edition, MDOT, Melinda McGrath, Parkway Properties

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Parkway Properties Leadership Change

by Stephen McDill Published: September 7,2011

Tags: Jim Heistand, Parkway Properties, Steve Rogers

Longtime Parkway Properties CEO Steve Rogers has announced he is stepping down at the end of the year. MBJ-TV recently visited with Rogers and his successor Jim Heistand to talk about the history and future of the Jackson-based public commercial real estate company. [...]

Rogers resigns as CEO at Parkway Properties

by MBJ Staff Published: September 4,2011

Tags: James R. Heistand, Leland Speed, Parkway Properties, Steven G. Rogers

JACKSON —  Parkway Properties, Inc. (NYSE: PKY) announced Friday that Steven G. Rogers has resigned as President, Chief Executive Officer and director effective December 31, 2011. Mr. Rogers will continue in his current roles until year end, and during this period will transition his leadership responsibilities to James R. Heistand, current Executive Chairman. Heistand will […] [...]

Finding success through life lessons, shared experiences

by Martin Willoughby Published: April 10,2011

Tags: John Barton, leadership, Martin Willoughby, Parkway Properties

As I travel the state and interview successful entrepreneurs and leaders, I am noticing some interesting patterns. The character traits of perseverance and strong work ethic continue to be key themes.  Interestingly, most of my interviewees began working young doing some type of job or even having their own entrepreneurial enterprise. I think about Robert […] [...]

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