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The Meridian at Fondren taking reservations for pre-leasing

The Meridian at Fondren, Metro Jackson’s newest high-end apartment entry, will be ready for its first occupants by June or July and is taking reservations for pre-leasing. Construction began last February on the four-floor 241-unit luxury rental complex on Lakeland Drive across from University of Mississippi Medical Center. The entire project is expected to be completed by Labor Day. Monthly ...

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Developers of The Fondren ready for spring start on hotel tower

By TED CARTER The nearly 60-year-old Kolb’s Cleaners building and modern architecture it represents will spend the decades to come as the entrance and lobby of a nine-floor hotel. The matchup of the hotel and the dry cleaners building is architect and developer Roy Decker Jr.’s idea. He says the building that sits back off North State Street at Mitchell Avenue ...

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Adding to ‘funky’ Fondren, boutique-style hotel is first part of mixed-use project

By TED CARTER A 110-room Hampton Inn set for construction in the spring will anchor a strip of shops, offices and possibly apartments at the north end of Fondren’s State Street business district. The Whitney Place Development Group headed by attorney David Pharr and Jason Watkins, son of real estate developer David Watkins, said the hotel is the only component of ...

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Co-working ‘community’ concept coming to Fondren’s Duling Hall

By TED CARTER One really can be the loneliest number if you’re starting a business, especially an innovative one that can succeed only by making inroads into unexplored technological applications. That is an assumption Jackson attorney and entrepreneur Christopher Lomax is making with his Mantle Co-Working, a refuge in Fondren for start-up and established small business owners who can benefit from ...

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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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Mississippi's only abortion clinic damaged by vandalism

JACKSON — Jackson police are trying to find out who damaged a generator and two security cameras at Mississippi’s only abortion clinic. Clinic director Shannon Brewer said Tuesday that employees of Jackson Women’s Health Organization found the vandalism when they arrived at work Monday morning. The state requires the clinic to have a generator in case power fails, and Brewer ...

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Peters: There’s more room for everyone in Fondren

By TED CARTER New construction, fixups, conversions, big plans for the future — all are part of daily life in Fondren, Jackson’s midtown pedestrian-style community known for its Art Deco buildings, art galleries, photography studios, salons, restaurants, pubs and entertainment venues. Real estate developer Mike Peters has had a hand in a lot of the change over the past decade, including ...

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2 teens arrested in connection with Belhaven murder

JACKSON — Two teenagers have been charged with the fatal shooting of a woman injured during a robbery this past week in the Belhaven area of Jackson. The two 17-year-olds were arrested Tuesday by Jackson police during a manhunt for carjacking suspects. They were later charged with capital murder for the robbery and slaying of 69-year-old Carolyn Temple. An arrest ...

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