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The Plaza Building

120 North Congress Street

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Jackson, MS 39201

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The Plaza Building

120 North Congress Street

Jackson, MS 39201

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Jimmy Kitchens Sales Agent

jimmy@estesgroup.net
(C) 601.955.6434
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(F) 601.362.5504

 


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For Lease
Price:
$15.00 - 19.00 SF/yr (Full Service)
Size:
818 - 7,692 SF
Property Type:
Office
Building Size:
107,626 SF
Year Built:
1929
 


Highlights

  • 107,626 SF Building
  • 23,832 SF Available
  • 2 On-Site Restaurants- Keifer's and Basil's
  • 2nd-9th Floors- Office Space
  • 10th-12th Floors- Upscale Apartments
  • 24/7 Manned Security and Key Card Access

Description

The Plaza is a beautifully renovated Art-Deco building built in 1929, located in downtown Jackson directly across the street from the Governor's Mansion and newly renovated Smith Park on a lovely, brick, tree-lined street. The building offers 24/7 manned security and key card access for after hours. On site parking is available via a parking garage. There are two restaurants, Keifers and Basils, located on the 1st floor of the building. There is a 3rd restaurant space available for lease. Commercial space is on floors 2 through 9, with apartments on 10, 11 and 12. There are multiple different size office spaces available for lease. Perfect for law firms, CPA firms, etc. All apartments have hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and Kohler fixtures in the kitchen and baths.

Located in downtown Jackson directly across the street from the Governor's Mansion and newly renovated Smith Park.