Posts Tagged ‘residential development’

Investor group is taking it one project at a time

by Lisa Monti Published: December 7,2012

Tags: BILOXI, housing, residential development

Twenty successful Biloxi businesswomen have pooled their money and talents to buy old buildings in downtown Biloxi and rehabilitate them for retail or residential spaces. Their goal: To give downtown a much deserved facelift and to spark more retail and tourism activity. In less than two years, the women investors who make up Rue Vieux, […] [...]

Full Spectrum chooses Boomerang for robotic parking garage

JACKSON — Full Spectrum has chosen Boomerang Systems Inc., a designer and manufacturer of fully automated robotic parking and self-storage systems, to provide a 480-space automated parking garage as part of the initial phase of the Old Capitol Green redevelopment project located in Jackson. The cost of the project was not disclosed. Old Capitol Green […] [...]

Read Feb. 27 Construction Insert

by Stephen McDill Published: February 24,2012

Tags: building contractors, construction, residential development, retail

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City buying downtown properties for redevelopment

TUPELO — The city of Tupelo plans to buy three downtown properties in a $376,000 investment it hopes will result in a park or residential development. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports the properties have been magnets for crime and other problems. One originally was the Tupelo Military Institute but city officials say it more […] [...]

Building permits down, but city expects to collect more fees

OLIVE BRANCH — Olive Branch may record fewer residential building permits this year than ever before, but the city still expects to collect more in permit fees because of big-box business development. The Commercial Appeal reports city officials collected $296,000 in building permit fees last year but expect to collect $375,000 this year, an increase […] [...]

Old Capitol Green signs leases, calls on city to act

JACKSON — Carlton A. Brown, founding partner and COO of Full Spectrum South, yesterday announced the first retail business leases for the Old Capitol Green project in Jackson with 65 percent of the retail spaces committed as well as leases to fill 52 percent of the project’s first commercial office building. Full Spectrum of NY […] [...]

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