The law offices were constructed by Roland Lewis, the former President of the Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association in 1983 and were used as law offices after he retired it was occupied by Judge E. J. Russell. Located in downtown Jackson, MS close to the new United States Federal Courthouse, Hinds County Circuit Courthouse, Hinds County Chancery Court, Main United States Post Office, MS Convention Center, MS Art Museum, new Westin Hotel, Hal & Mal's Restaurant, Martin's Restaurant, Jaco's Tacos, Eudora Welty Library, Mississippi Coliseum, Kirk Fordice Equestrian Center, Mississippi Trade Mart, Baptist Hospital, UMC, and various other museums. There is a black iron security fence around a large parking lot, 3 security lights at night, and an magnetic electric gate. The offices consist of a large formal entry area which is shared with a separate upstairs apartment. The entry area has 25 foot ceilings. There are two actual entry doors to the law office on the first floor. There are 4 individual offices, 2 bathrooms, reception area, secretarial area, and an extremely large beautiful formal law library with a 25 foot table and blue leather chairs. The office has formal crown molding and wall paper throughout, and carpet in offices, with parquet wooden floor in halls and reception area. The office rental will include 2 car spaces and 2 electric gate remotes. Other parking will be available at additional price. Owner lives on property and provides dumpster key access, and water, along with access to Direct TV hookup. (Tenant would have to rent Direct TV box). Tenant responsible for electrical. Security deposit of $1,500.00 and pro rated first month's rent due on date of move in. Monthly rent $1,500.00 due on the 1st of the month thereafter. One year lease required. If you will visit our web site courtsquareplaza.com you can view the entire complex. Office is partially furnished. No smoking allowed in this building.
Belhaven shares part of its musical heritage with Jackson, located two miles northwest, and has many local amenities such as the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science and the 305-acre LeFleur's Bluff State Park, a 305-acre park offering hiking trails, a nine-hole golf course, fishing, camping, and picnicking. The neighborhood sits just south of University of Mississippi and east of Jackson State University, and it is home (and named for) Belhaven University, located off Riverside Drive. Belhaven University is the oldest college in Jackson. Millsaps College is also located in Belhaven.
This ideally-located neighborhood puts residents close to the Jackson Zoo, Hawkins Field Airport, the Pearl River, and Lefleur's Bluff State Park, which is home to the Mississippi Children's Museum and the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science.