City of Pascagoula to hold hearing on Denny Avenue Project

The City of Pascagoula will host a public hearing in March to discuss the redevelopment project on Denny Avenue.

The redevelopment project will be an approximately 8-acre shopping center and will include the development of an 84,000 square foot shopping center that may include grocery stores, retail stores, and restaurants.

City Manager Michael Silverman couldn’t provide specific details, citing economic development confidentiality agreements.

But if it moves ahead, the project would revitalize an area that has seen many businesses go dark. Silverman said, “This is a very exciting project along our Highway 90 corridor. It has a substantial amount of traffic. The development is going to be an 84,000 square foot shopping center and we cannot provide anymore details at this time.”

A public hearing will be held 6 p.m. Tuesday March 7th at the municipal building on Watts Avenue.

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