Posts Tagged ‘tenant’

EastGroup reports increase in revenue, profit

JACKSON — More tenants are renting industrial space from landlord EastGroup Properties, pushing up revenue and profit in the third quarter. The company said quarterly profit rose 24 percent to $8.4 million, or 28 cents per share, in the three months that ended September 30. That’s up from $6.8 million, or 23 cents per share, […] [...]

State port could land two new tenants; details pending

GULFPORT — The executive director of the Port of Gulfport says the facility could sign deals with two prospective tenants in the next six months. The Sun-Herald reports that news of the prospective tenants was revealed in a status report on a $570-million state restoration project at the port. It says the projects would open […] [...]

Mall tenants get termination notice; city working on relocation

GAUTIER — Tenants at Singing River Mall are scrambling for a new place to setup shop. The city of Gautier officials has sent out lease termination notices were sent out this week telling businesses they have to move out soon. One of those tenants is Phillip Henderson, who manages MaCnarb Gaming. The business hasn’t been […] [...]

Southside shopping centers make additions, improvements

by Associated Press Published: September 24,2012

Tags: anchor, blighted, buy, buyer, lighting, mall, renovation, retail, retailer, retailing, revival, shop, shopper, shopping center, store, strip mall, tenant, traffic

JACKSON — Although the effort to rehabilitate U.S. 80′s retail corridor in Jackson often gets more attention, several south Jackson malls are getting new life. Going beyond retail is part of the revival at Jackson Square Promenade, The Clarion-Ledger reports. That includes a roller-skating rink, a “teen center” where kids can hang out, sing karaoke […] [...]

Madison Target center needs stronger tenant mix, city says

by Ted Carter Published: January 13,2012

Tags: GBT Realty, Madison, Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler, retail, target, tax increment financing, tenant

Target has a bulls-eye on Madison but the developer of the center to be anchored by the national retailer wants some financial help with the project. The center will need a little more star power in its tenant lineup for that, however. Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler gives the Minneapolis-based retailer zero chance of getting tax […] [...]

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