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‘Classy burger joint’ marries tradition and whimsy

By JACK WEATHERLY Haute hamburgers and curated cocktails. Not exactly a classic match, but that’s just fine and dandy with Ray-Scott Miller. In fact Fine & Dandy is the name of his new restaurant in Jackson’s District at Eastover. There’s more than a little whimsy with the restaurant, starting with the menu, which informs the diners that they are in ...

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Developers break ground for One Eastover Center

JACKSON — Holder Properties has broken ground for One Eastover Center, a 120,000-square-foot Class “A” office building located in the District at Eastover, a 21-acre mixed-use community. The office development will be located on the northern end of the District at Eastover utilizing 2.54 acres along Eastover Drive and the I-55 Frontage Road. The five-story office building will have an ...

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Project awaits movement from DFA

Mixed-use development in Jackson has been mired in delays for more than three years In early May, Gov. Haley Barbour signed new legislation that will guide negotiations between the state and a developer for a mixed-use development on the site of the Old Blind School in Jackson’s Eastover neighborhood. Under legislation passed three years ago, the Mississippi Development Authority and ...

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The end of Eastover?

Question of whether to lease or sell property could force developer to abandon $150-million mixed-use development   Late last year, negotiations between a Jackson developer and Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann broke down after the two could not reach an agreement over lease terms for the development of the Old Blind School property in Northeast Jackson. Now Ted Duckworth, who ...

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