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Whitney Place Development Group announces plans for Fondren hotel

According to findinfondren.com, The Whitney Place Development Group has formally announced their partnership today with Jackson-based Desai Hotel Group to construct a 111 room hotel in Fondren. The “boutique-style” Hampton Inn will be located at 3111 North State Street between Butterfly Yoga and The Pig & Pint on the site long occupied by Rankin Interiors. Construction is set to begin ...

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Just what is the market for a Jackson convention center hotel?

The Jackson Redevelopment Authority is moving ahead with selecting a developer for a convention center hotel, though at this point it can only guess at the soundness of the investment. The latest invitation for developers to propose how they would build a hotel adjacent to the Jackson Convention Complex – the third in the past five years – shares with ...

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UPDATED: JRA won’t disclose new convention center hotel proposals

By TED CARTER Long known for its preference to keep its business out of the public eye, the Jackson Redevelopment Authority is refusing to release proposals it received for a convention center hotel by a June 30 deadline. The city agency had also declined to identity development companies that responded. Friday afternoon, however, the JRA furnished the names of the companies. ...

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Construction to start on 100-room boutique hotel in Fondren

JACKSON — Construction is scheduled to start this year on a 100-room boutique hotel in Jackson’s historic and popular Fondren neighborhood. Developer Roy Decker of Eldon Development Group tells The Clarion-Ledger that the hotel should open in mid-2017. Decker says it will have meeting and conference space, lobby and rooftop bars, an amphitheater and festival space. “It’s a great project,” Decker ...

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Westin developers aim high on room rates

Downtown Jackson’s hotel market has been on a rollercoaster of sorts over the past six years as occupancies fell to less than 40 percent some months and climbed into the high 60 percent range other months. Revenue per room — calculated by multiplying a hotel’s average daily room rate by its occupancy rate — has fluctuated significantly as well, dropping ...

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Judge dismisses challenge to Jackson’s $9M hotel loan

Any questions about the legality of the City of Jackson about $9 million to a developer of a downtown Westin Hotel won’t be answered anytime soon, if ever. Hinds Senior Circuit Judge Tomie Green late Tuesday dismissed Jackson lawyer Herb Irvin’s request for a declaratory judgment on whether Jackson would violate the Mississippi Constitution by putting up general fund money ...

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Hyatt-Place is Columbus’ newest hotel option

The Columbus and Lowndes County hospitality market is continuing a growth spurt with the opening of a Hyatt- Place Hotel that joins a new prototype Hampton Inn scheduled to open next month. Those properties follow a Courtyard By Marriot and a Fairfield Inn that have opened in the last three years. Hyatt-Place Columbus is only the second Hyatt in Mississippi, ...

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Full House marks 'topping off' of new Silver Slipper hotel

BAY ST. LOUIS — Full House Resorts is celebrating the “topping off” of its new 142-room hotel at the company’s Silver Slipper Casino property in Bay St. Louis. Community leaders, employees and investors have been invited to attend a special ceremony on-site at the property. Andre Hilliou, chairman and CEO of Full House, said, “We are on schedule to open ...

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Diamondhead Casino Corporation wins site approval

DIAMONDHEAD — A 400-acre tract of land near the Bay of St. Louis just off of Interstate 10 near Diamondhead has been approved as a location for a casino. The Mississippi Gaming Commission gave site approval to Diamondhead Casino Corporation. The next time the casino will go before regulators is when financing is in place and the project is ready ...

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Tupelo Furniture Market returns despite devastating tornado

TUPELO — Producers of the Tupelo Furniture Market had concerns this spring that there would be fewer hotel rooms available for their Aug. 14-17 event after a tornado ripped through the city and several hotels sustained damage. In the months since, more than 8,000 furniture retailers have pre-registered for the fall iteration of the furniture market, and most all the ...

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