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Downtown Jackson Ms Development!

Relocate to Jackson MS, Downtown Jackson MS developmentYes, that's right it's your time to put up or shut up Jackson, Ms! Boom or Bust!

Yesterday I attended a session at the new Telcom Center on the development and progress of the downtown area.  This event was sponsored by our local Jackson Association of Realtors and "DJP" Downtown Jackson Partners.  DJP is working very hard on restoring old Jackson to what it needs to be for a downtown area that thrives not only from 9 - 4 but 24 hrs. a day!  

How are they trying to do this you say?  Well, they have put together a team of local economic development agencies, area property owners and existing building management companies to retain and expand Downtown businesses, as well as, to attract new ones. This totals over 1 Billion Dollars of development flowing into Jackson!

Downtown Jackson is becoming a world-class neighborhood. Developers have converted warehouse space to incredible loft apartments. Office buildings have become extraordinary examples of mixed-use developments with luxury apartments on the top floors. More residential units continue to come online with several projects on the drawing boards.

Downtown offers residents an assortment of entertainment within walking distance. Whether it’s watching a Broadway Show, listening to the symphony, viewing world-class art or dining at one of the 30 restaurants in the area, you can find it Downtown.

Call me to book your appointment today to tour some of these beautiful properties in Downtown Jackson!

 

Development Listings

NameLocationDescriptionCostStatusPhoto
Festival Park Jefferson near Silas Brown Park Unavailable Planning Festival Park
Old Capitol Green Commerce between Pearl and South Streets Mixed-Use, 14-Blocks, Residential, Retail, Hotel, Office Estimated $1,100,000,000 Planning image
Mississippi History Museum North St. at Yazoo Museum, 112,000 sf Estimated $44,000,000 Planning Mississippi History Museum
Ceva Green Court between Commerce and State St. Mixed-Use, 42 Condos and Restaurant/Entertainment Estimated $40,000,000 Planning image
Farish Street Development Hamilton/Griffith @ Farish Mixed-Use, Mixed-Income, Residential, Retail Estimated $65,000,000 Planning  
Library Lofts 301 N. State Street Mixed-Use, Residential, Office Estimated $4,000,000 Planning image
Residences at Jackson Place Behind One Jackson Place Residential, Retail Unavailable Planning image
Capital Center Lamar, Pearl, Mill & Pascagoula Convention Hotel, Residential, Retail, Office Estimated $200,000,000 Planning image
Standard Life Building 127 South Roach Street Mixed-Use, High-Rise Estimated $35,000,000 Planning Standard Life building
Dennery’s Building 113 W. Capitol Street Mixed-Use, Residential, Retail $1,750,000 Under Construction image
Foundry Lofts 300 West South Street Conversion of Industrial Space to Additional 13 Residential Units, 24,000 sf $1,500,000 Under Construction image
222 North President 222 North President Residential, Office Unavailable Under Construction image
Langston Building Corner of President & Amite 8,350 sf Office Estimated $2,270,000 Under Construction image
200 North Congress 200 North Congress Office, 6-Story Renovation Estimated $3,000,000 Under Construction image
US Federal Courthouse Congress at Court Courthouse, 350,000 sf Estimated $122,000,000 Under Construction image
Old Capitol 100 South State Street Historic Restoration Estimated $14,200,000 Under Construction Old Capitol Museum
Capital City Convention Center Adjacent to Mississippi TelCom Center Convention Center Estimated $65,000,000 Under Construction Convention Center
King Edward Hotel 235 West Capitol Street Mixed-Use, Hotel and Residential with Commercial Estimated $89,000,000 Under Construction image
Pinnacle at Jackson Place Lamar at Capitol Street High-Rise Office, 194,000 sf Estimated $48,500,000 Under Construction Pinnacle at Jackson Place
Farish Street Entertainment District Farish at Griffith Restaurant, Retail, Entertainment, 2-Blocks Estimated $12,000,000 Under Construction Farish Street Entertainmen
MDEQ 515 East Amite Street Office, 6-Story Renovation, 37,100 sf $6,000,0000 Complete 2008 image
Mississippi Supreme Court 450 High Street Courthouse, 159,000 sf $42,700,000 Complete 2008 image
Walter Sillers Building 550 High Street Office, 250,000 sf, 20-story Renovation, New Parking Garage $28,000,000 Complete 2008 image
AT&T 209 East Capitol Street Exterior Restoration $2,300,000 Complete 2007 image
Mississippi Museum of Art 380 South Lamar Street Museum, 54,000 sf $14,000,000 Complete 2007 image
Cellular South Technical Operations Center State at Tombigbee Technology Center $11,000,000 Complete 2007 image
Mill Street Viaduct & Market Capitol at Mill Restoration of Rail Overpass and Open-Air Market $4,900,000 Complete 2007 Mill Street
Tombigbee Lofts 555 Tombigbee Street Residential/Office, 12-Apartments $1,500,000 Complete 2007 image
The Plaza Building 120 North Congress Mixed-Use, 95,000 sf, Restaurant, Office, Residential $6,500,000 Complete 2006 The Plaza Building
JPD Headquarter 327 East Pascagoula Street Police Department Renovation $11,000,000 Complete 2006 JPD Headquarters
Marriott 200 East Amite Street Hotel, 21-Story, 303 Room Remodel $12,000,000 Complete 2005 Marriott Renovation
Public Employees Retirement Sys. 429 Mississippi Street Office, 77,020 sf, Parking Garage $12,600,000 Complete 2005 PERS Building
City Centre 200 South Lamar Office, 266,000 sf Renovation, 517 Space Garage $12,000,000 Complete 2005 City Centre
Mississippi TelCom Center 105 Pascagoula Street Conference Center, 75,000 sf $17,500,000 Complete 2005 Mississippi TelCom Center
Electric 308 308 East Pearl Street Mixed-Use, 115,000 sf, Restaurant, Office, Residential $16,000,000 Complete 2005 Electric 308
Mississippi College School of Law 151 East Griffith Street School, Renovation to Admin Building, 18,000 sf Classroom Addition, 10,000 sf Student Center $6,000,000 Complete 2005 MC School of Law
City Hall 219 South President St. City Hall Restoration $1,800,000 Complete 2004 City Hall Restoration
Union Station 300 West Capitol Street Multi-Modal Transportation Center, 36,882 sf $11,700,000 Complete 2003 Union Station
MSU College of Architecture 509 East Capitol Street School, 4-Story Renovation $2,500,000 Complete 2003 MSU College of Architecture
Comment balloon 0 commentsJeffrey Dillon • October 20 2008 07:08PM

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