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Northpark Mall sold to California group


  By JACK WEATHERLY Northpark Mall, a fixture on County Line Road since 1984, has been sold by Simon Property Group to Pacific Retail Capital Partners of El Segundo, Calif. The 958,000-square-foot mall, which is on the Ridgeland side of the mile-long retail corridor, was bought along with The Galleria in White Plains, N.Y. and the Esplanade in Kenner, La., according ...

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Kroger expects to earn less this year on falling prices

FILE - This Tuesday, June 17, 2014, file photo, shows a Kroger store in Houston. Kroger reports financial results Friday, Sept. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)

Kroger’s profit in its second quarter fell nearly 12 percent as it made changes to its employee pensions. The supermarket operator also said Friday that it was hurt by falling prices of eggs, meats and other products, forcing it to lower its earnings guidance for the year. Shares of Kroger Co. slipped almost 2 percent before the stock market opened ...

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Best Buy to close store on County Line Road

Jack Weatherly The County Line Road retail corridor will lose another major retailer with the closing of the Best Buy store at 6374 Ridgewood Court in Jackson. The store will close at the end of business on Oct. 31, the Richfield, Minn.-based chain said Monday in a release. It opened in November 2000. The announcement comes on the heels of ...

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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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Vintage Highland Village gets a ‘lifestyle’ remake

Above photo shows the two different shades of whitewash painted throughout the site.  To the rights are the new hardscape and landscape areas between the storefronts. These materials, plantings, and furniture are extended into the courtyard.

By JACK WEATHERLY  Jimmy Fowler founded Highland Village in 1972 and for two generations it maintained its niche as a premier high-end shopping place in Jackson. “Curated,” is the term that Lou Masiello uses to describe how Fowler and his son-in-law, Guy Boyle, managed the center. The upscale center at the Northside Drive exit on Interstate 55 has kept its ...

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Tanger announces outlet mall plans in Miss.

SOUTHAVEN — Outlet mall operator Tanger is partnering Poag Shopping Centers on a development in Southaven. Southaven and DeSoto County officials several years ago approved a $15 million tax increment financing plan in which bonds will be issued to pay for the infrastructure for the outlet mall. In addition, the development has approval for $34 million in sales tax rebates ...

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Tanger Outlets involved in Southaven project

SOUTHAVEN — Outlet mall operator Tanger is expected to announce soon its involvement in a project in Mississippi. Southaven Mayor Darren Musselwhite says the public part of the project has been addressed. Southaven and DeSoto County officials several years ago approved a $15 million tax increment financing plan in which bonds will be issued to pay for the infrastructure for ...

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Ikea confirms plan for Memphis store

IKEA, the world’s leading home furnishings retailer, today proposed plans for a possible store in the City of Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee that could increase the Swedish retailer’s presence in the Southeastern United States as its first store in the state. The potential store could open as early as Fall 2016 and is contingent upon receiving all governmental approvals. ...

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Dollar General store cited by OSHA for second time

BROOKLYN — A Dollar General store in south Mississippi has been cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for safety hazards. OSHA says in a news release yesterday this is the second time the Brooklyn store has been cited for the same hazards. It was cited for the same violations in 2010. Brooklyn is located on U.S. Highway 49 ...

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Bi-Lo now supporting Apple Pay option at all Southeastern stores

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Jacksonville, Florida-based Bi-Lo Holdings, parent company of BI-LO, Harveys and Winn-Dixie grocery stores, is now suporting Apple Pay across its entire southeastern footprint. “Customers want a shopping experience that is convenient, easy and secure, which is why we’re so pleased to announce support for Apple Pay,” said Bert DuMars, vice president, digital marketing at Bi-Lo Holdings. “Bi-Lo ...

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