The Vision

Reimagining a more vibrant hometown.

The District at Eastover developers and Mississippi residents Ted Duckworth, Breck Hines, and the late Michael Barranco shared a vision for a mixed-use city center that would infuse Jackson with the most thoughtful integration of commercial and residential offerings. With a belief that their hometown was prime to reemerge, these dreamers decided it was time to act. After years of planning and a lot of faith, The District at Eastover is now a reality.

Massing Model

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  • Dine
    Carefully curated restaurants, wine and coffee bars
  • Shop
    Pedestrian-friendly boutique shopping
  • Bank
    For all your banking needs
  • Watch
    Jackson’s first movie theater with gourmet snacks and cocktails
  • Work
    Class A Office Building Space 250,000 s.f.
  • Meet
    Options for meeting friends and for scheduling meetings with groups
  • Stay
    Stay the night at Mariott's Residence Inn
  • Live
    Come live in our sophisticated lofts
  • Play
    With so many shaded areas, there are places to play indoors and out
  • Parking
    Surface parking is available along with three parking structures
  • Surface Parking
  • North Garage
  • South Garage

Dine

Experience our carefully curated collection of restaurants located throughout The District. Dine alfresco in comfortable seating next to The District Green, nestled within a spectacular grouping of towering trees. If a private dining room or cozy booth is more your style, there are plenty of possibilities… From quick casual to chef-inspired concepts, The District at Eastover features a variety of restaurant options for every occasion.

Shop

No matter if you’re window shopping or looking for something specific, shopping at The District at Eastover is a delight! Towering oaks, welcoming shade and comfortable spaces to relax surround pedestrian-friendly boutiques. Need a break? Refuel with a cup of coffee or refresh with a delicious snack.

Bank

Enjoy access to all your banking needs with convenient one-stop personal banking as well as functional and convenient ATM machines for shopping or treating yourself to a gourmet snack at the movie theatre!

Watch

Catch a movie or treat your friends to a private showing with a full service bar and gourmet concessions! The District at Eastover features a premier four-screen theatre plus three private skybox-inspired screening rooms for private functions. Inspired by the Village Theater in Dallas, TX, enjoy an adult-oriented atmosphere and a wide variety of films, including new releases, independent and foreign films, as well as special screenings, sporting events, operas and concerts.

Work - One Eastover Center

Jackson’s premiere office building offers convenient access to the dining, shopping and entertainment amenities at The District at Eastover.

One Eastover Center is a five-story, 120,000 square foot Class A building with an adjacent 350-space parking structure. The complex is the future home of Baker Donelson, one of the largest law firms in the Southeast and One Eastover Center’s signature tenant.

For leasing information, visit oneeastovercenter.com or contact Breck Hines with Duckworth Realty, Inc. at 601.914.0800.

Meet

Looking for a comfortable outdoor space or catching up over a meal, The District Green is a great place to gather and meet. Need a bit more structure with office-style amenities? The District of Eastover also features a full spectrum of indoor meeting spaces to lease or rent.

Stay

Whatever brings you to Mississippi’s Capital City, the Residence Inn by Marriott located in the heart of The District at Eastover is a comfortable home-away-from-home.

Each suite features a sitting area, business desk with ergonomic chair, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Other perks include a hot breakfast buffet, complimentary evening socials, swimming pool, exercise facility, outdoor patio with fireplace, comfortable gathering places, meeting rooms, a business center, and on-site laundry. But the best feature is immediate, walking-distance access to dining, shopping and entertainment options next door at The District at Eastover.

Live

Nestled between the stately and beautiful historic neighborhoods of Eastover and Woodland Hills, The District Lofts are your window to the sights and sounds of Jackson’s most exciting urban neighborhood —The District at Eastover. The District Lofts consist of 260 urban lofts with a full spectrum of modern conveniences and technology, including Wi-Fi, fitness studio, a rooftop resort-style zero-entry heated pool and spa, outdoor kitchen and cabana featuring a coffee and wine bar. In addition to the restaurants and shopping at The District, The Lofts are less than a half mile from the premier Highland Village Shopping Center, including the only Whole Foods in Mississippi — and less than a mile from the pulsating Fondren Arts District with its wonderful dining and nightlife choices.

features

  • One and two-bedroom units
  • Rooftop amenities include resort-style pool, fireplace and lush landscaping
  • Private pool-side lounge with catering kitchen and flat-screen televisions
  • State-of-the-art fitness center
  • Community kitchen and bar for entertaining
  • Controlled security access throughout the building
  • Ground-level retail with pedestrian-friendly sidewalks, tree-line streets
  • Secured three-level private parking garage
  • 24-hour security

Play

Toss away the keys, browse the boutiques, take in a movie, enjoy dessert or relax with a glass of wine on an outdoor patio while watching the evening come to life.

Park

We have you covered with three convenient parking garages plus plenty of surface parking. Put away the keys and enjoy The District's pedestrian-friendly opportunities to play, shop, dine and stay.

Site Plan

District Site Plan

Project Developers

Click on the buttons below to read the bios of three key master developers for The District at Eastover

Ted Duckworth

Co-Manager

Breck Hines

Co-Manager

Michael Barranco (1962-2011)

Lead Architect

Vocational training, in the 1950's, of farm and cattle-raising skills being taught at the Mississippi School for the Blind and Deaf. Image courtesy of misspreservation.com.