A fast-growing, Arkansas-based chicken restaurant is preparing to break into the Memphis market in a big way.Read More
A 26-year-old Destin store is on its way to the Mid-South.Read More
The groundbreaking of the new Silo Square development is bringing the excitement of new growth and possibilities to the city of Southaven.Read More
In the midst of exploding growth over the past several years, the city of Southaven left out a component that many older cities actively cling to: a town square or central business district and hub you will find in more-established communities like Oxford or Hernando.Read More
Car-centric Southaven on Tuesday celebrated the groundbreaking of Silo Square, the suburb's planned community that aspires to blend businesses and housing in a way that is easy, even pleasing, to walk around.
"This is going to be a game-changing development for our city,'' Mayor Darren Musselwhite told about 75 people gathered under a tent near the old, concrete farm silo from which the development draws its name and branding for quaintness.Read More
A $200-million entertainment district is coming to Southaven. Developer Brian Hill with Lifestyle Communities is behind the project.
Nearly 230 acres will be called "Silo Square," located across from Snowden Grove Amphitheater on Getwell, between Goodman and Church Roads.Read More
A massive 228-acre, mixed-use development will bring a town square comparable to Collierville and Oxford, Miss., to Southaven.
Silo Square, on farmland between Getwell and Tchulahoma roads south of Goodman, calls for a mixture of residential, commercial and public usesRead More
In 1970, Southaven was an unincorporated, 9,000 resident town. It was so sleepy that it lacked even a McDonald's.
By it's incorporation in 1980, about 16,000 people called it home, and by 2000, it held about 29,000 residents. Today, more than 53,000 people live in the fastest-growing city, located just over the state line from Memphis.
And yet, Southaven lacks a true center.Read More