The Pines Apartments Getting A Big Lift, Full Renovation in December Expected

A prime property location that is perfect for individuals or families moving to Jackson, Mississippi is now being fully renovated to bring back the glory that it used to have.

Online PR News – 11-September-2010 – – JACKSON, MISSISSIPI—The Pines Apartments, a once flourishing property along Watkins Drive here is getting a big lift with full renovations now being put in place to give current and prospective tenants the best living amenities.

Greystone, LLC, which acquired the property early this year under financial arrangements with Metropolitan Bank, moved ahead with its investment as current overall property market indicated signs of price corrections versus previous year levels.

Tucked away in a quiet but convenient location, The Pines is located in North Central Jacskon, in close proximity to the shopping, office and entertainment areas in North Jackson and Madison County.

The property is also located within 5 miles of the Highland Colony Parkway's thriving office corridor like the Central Business District, schools such as Tougaloo College, Jackson State University, Belhaven College, Millsaps College, and several major hospitals.

B&B Management Group, LLC, which currently administers the property, is overseeing the completion of renovations of most of the interior units with new siding, new roofs, and new parking lot repairs.

“We are currently leasing and renovations are expected to be completed by end of the year,” according to Brent Yurtkuran of B & B Management Group, a leader in real estate services and property management.

The 84-unit garden style and low rise complex, offers an ideal unit mix for the market with 17 1BR units, 50 2BR units and 17 3BR units.

The property is also perfect for any individual or family looking for options and rates that provide competitive market price, with easy and convenient financing schemes.

“Greystone and B&B Management wanted to bring The Pines back to being a thriving property as it once was,” YurtKuran said, adding that, “current tenants and area residents have never been so happy about the major property improvements we’ve put up so far.”