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Mississippi Concrete Association elects new president

The Mississippi Concrete Association elected Victor McMillan of B & B Concrete Co., Inc. as the 2020 MCA President on Feb. 11. He was installed as president of MCA during its recent Winter Meeting at Hyatt Place in Ridgeland. Victor is part of the leadership team of B & B Concrete Co., Inc. where he has worked for 5 years. ...

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Building concerns prompt street, sidewalk closures in Oxford

Structural concerns have led to some street and sidewalk closures in downtown Oxford, city officials said. Construction issues were discovered during a renovation project at a building on South Lamar Boulevard, creating concerns about safety, The Oxford Eagle reported. The matter has also led to discussion about the building’s future. Chef John Currence is in the midst of a renovation project to ...

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Suburban office space absorption headed for positive range; industrial in expansion mode

By TED CARTER Tenants of metro Jackson’s suburban office market are expected to begin filling up space at a pace that exceeds new vacancies, an outcome the market failed to achieve two of the past three years. Credit a 10-year slowdown in new office construction for increased prospects that net absorption will move into a positive range and stay there ...

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Metro retail real estate on a roll, survey finds

New construction accompanied by 2nd and 3rd chances for older properties   By TED CARTER Metro Jackson’s retail development market is in a recovery year created by vacant space filling up and lease rates staying in place. So concludes a close look at the metro retail market by Integra Realty Resources Inc. and detailed in its annual “Viewpoint” report for ...

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NEZAT: Coast condo market is a more secure investment

By LYNN LOFTON The condominium market on the Mississippi Gulf Coast is alive and well. No high rise buildings have been constructed recently, but sales for the existing units are steady and there is some non-high rise construction underway. The realtors interviewed agree that the most-in-demand location is on or overlooking the beach. “The last condo we constructed on the ...

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Construction deadlines tied to financial help in Madison project

» Project could begin by the end of 2020, but ‘substantial’ work must begin by end of 2021 By JACK WEATHERLY In asking the city of Madison for financial help in building the ballyhooed Madison on Main project, the developer, Greenstone Ventures Inc. of Atlanta, will have to meet certain deadlines. That’s according to the general agreement between the city, ...

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‘Madison at Main’ will become the city center

Construction at 17-acre development to commence in 2020 By JACK WEATHERLY Madison is seemingly the Mississippi city that has just about everything one could want for “the good life.” Yet it has been dreaming and planning for decades for an element that it lacks. Mayor Mary Hawkins was on the cover of the Mississippi Business Journal in 1987 talking about the dangers of “unregulated growth” that could befall the farming ...

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9th HOA sues Mississippi real estate firm over missing funds

A ninth homeowner’s association is suing a Mississippi real estate company over missing funds. The Clarion Ledger reports the lawsuits filed against Ridgway Lane & Associates allege the company stole more than $1.6 million from Jackson-area HOA bank accounts. The lawsuits name the company, several John Does and the company’s president and vice president, David L. Lane and his son, David. W. ...

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SIGN OF SHIFT: $35 million Canton apartment complex under construction in Madison county

By JACK WEATHERLY If one assumes that proximity to the Nissan plant with its 6,500 workers explains the $35 million, 600-unit apartment complex under construction, one would be wrong. Not so, says Hugh Jarratt, staff attorney for the management arm of Lindsey Construction Co. of Fayetteville, Ark. “The bulk of the renters will not be Nissan employees,” Jarratt said of ...

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