High Traffic Commercial Property on Highway 15 N in Philadelphia, MS
Parcel #/ID: 05200-26-004.001, 05200-26-004.003, 05225B-00B-028, 05225C-00B-037, 05225C-00B-033, 05200-26-004.002
Prime C-3 zoned commercial property with extensive frontage on the east and west sides of MS highway 15N, located within the corporate limits of Philadelphia, MS. MDOT average daily traffic count is 6,300 with visibility to a 15,000 AADT intersection located ¼ mile to the south. Topography of the property is level to gently rolling and consists of vacant land lying on both the east and west sides of MS Hwy 15N.
PROPERTY MAY BE DIVIDED.
165 +/- acres approximately 17 year old pine plantation
5 +/- acres pond, openings & trails
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DEMOGRAPHICS – Source: CCIM Site to Do Business
-2009 population estimate for the City of Philadelphia was 7,411, a 1.48% increase over the 2000 census
-2009 population estimate for Neshoba County was 30,336, a 5.76% increase over the 2000 census
-2009 estimated median housing value for Philadelphia was $74,155 compared to $73,346 for Neshoba County
-There are currently 3,103 (estimated) households in the City of Philadelphia compared to 11,684 households in Neshoba County. This indicates an average household size for the City of Philadelphia is 2.3 persons per household
-Average household income in the City of Philadelphia is $38,256 compared to $43,288 for Neshoba County
-Per capita income for the City of Philadelphia is $16,163, compared to $16,886 for Neshoba County
MAJOR EMPLOYERS in the Philadelphia, Neshoba County area include:
-Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and the tribe’s Pearl River Resort
-Weyerhaeuser Company - Wood Manufacturing
-Richardson Molding - Plastics & Rubber Products
-PECO Foods - Food Manufacturing
-Chahta Enterprises - Electrical Equipment
-Hardy Manufacturing - Electrical Equipment
FIVE MAJOR MISSISSIPPI HIGHWAYS (15, 16, 19, 21 and 25) traverse Neshoba County. Highway 25 is a 4-lane Mississippi highway that connects Starkville to Jackson and is easily accessible via highway 19 north. Highway 15 is a north to south artery running from interstate 20 (at Newton) north through Neshoba County and connects to the City of Louisville. Highway 16 traverses Neshoba County east and west from Carthage to the west to Dekalb to the east. Highway 19, a north to south highway running from Meridian to the south to Kosciusko to the north and highway 21 running northeast from Forest to the south connect with US Hwy 45, a major north to south artery running from Meridian to Columbus.
PUBLIC UTILITIES Electrical Utilities are provided by Philadelphia Utilities and Entergy. Gas is supplied by Atmos Energy. Television cable service is provided by Metrocast and local telephone service is through AT&T. Water is provided by Philadelphia Utilities and waste is provided by Waste Management.
AIRPORTS Jackson International Airport is located 80 miles to the west off Lakeland Drive and Interstate 20 east in Jackson, MS. Other nearby passenger airports include Golden Triangle Regional Airport, (Columbus – 65 miles), Tupelo Regional Airport, (Tupelo – 97 miles), and Memphis International Airport (Memphis – 144 miles). The nearest general aviation airport is Neshoba/Philadelphia County Airport – 7 miles.
Taxes: $644/year (2018)