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MDEQ board approves permit for Renaissance expansion

By JACK WEATHERLY The Mississippi Environmental Quality Permit Board on Thursday unanimously approved a water permit to allow the contested expansion of the Renaissance at Colony Park to proceed. The plan for 45-acre site along the east side of Highland Colony Parkway in Ridgeland calls for the clearing and filling of 14 acres of forested wetlands, channelization and excavation of ...

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Developer defends sealing Renaissance documents

RIDGELAND — The Madison County developer who was granted a protective order last week barring the release of public records relating to Renaissance at Colony Park in Ridgeland said he feels the order is in the best interest of economic development. Andrew Mattiace, developer of Renaissance phases I and II and the proposed phase III, said he sought the order ...

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Costco has become albatross for Renaissance expansion plan

By JACK WEATHERLY  A group headed by developer Andrew Mattiace last year applied for a sales tax rebate of up to $29.6 million for expansion of the Renaissance at Colony Park less than a month before the state law that created the Tourism Tax Incentive expired. Beating the repeal of the law enabled the Jackson developer to move forward with ...

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Madison approves plan for retail development

MBJ staff The Madison Board of Aldermen unanimously approved on Wednesday a plan for a 60-acre retail development called Grandview East. The development by Mattiace Properties will be in addition to the 207,000-square-foot Forum at Grandview, which was developed by Mattiace and CBL and was completed five years ago, according to release from the company. Grandview East will be on the east ...

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Butler Snow ready to make move

When companies are settled, Ridgeland building will be about 70 percent occupied The 200 Renaissance at Colony Park building is about a month away from receiving its first tenants. Starting the first part of October, HORNE LLP, an accountancy and business advisory firm, will leave the Regions building in downtown Jackson and move to the 13-story LEED-certified structure right off ...

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