Jackson MS Real Estate
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Jackson MS Real Estate for Sale - Homes, Condos, Land, and Lots in Jackson Mississippi
Known as the “City with Soul,” Forbes magazine has ranked Jackson, MS as the third best metro area in the United States in terms of getting the most “Bang for Your Buck.”
Not only does Jackson, MS offer affordable housing rates, but the capital city also offers a number of cultural attractions and other amenities.
Named after Andrew Jackson, who was just a general at the time the city was named, Jackson, MS serves as the anchor for the five-county Jackson metropolitan area.
During the 19th century, however, the city was no more than a small town despite being the state capital. Over the past few decades, the city has grown significantly and is currently the largest city in the state. While the city’s population has experienced a decline over recent years, the suburbs have continued to grow.
In an effort to revitalize the downtown and west Jackson, MS areas, more than 2 billion dollars of revitalization and development have been invested in the city.
The city is also home to a number of cultural organizations and institutions, such as the Ballet Mississippi, the Jackson Zoo, the Mississippi Arts Center, the Mississippi Metropolitan Ballet, the Mississippi Museum of Art, the Mississippi Opera, the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, the Municipal Art Gallery, the New State Theatre, the Russell C. Davis Planetarium and the Smith-Robertson Museum and Cultural Center.
In addition to the many attractions found throughout the capital city, Jackson, MS also hosts a number of cultural events throughout the year.
CelticFest Mississippi, which takes place each September, features Celtic dance, music and other cultural attractions meant to promote awareness and appreciation of the Celtic nations. Festival Latino also takes place each September, while the Mississippi State Fair takes place each year in Jackson, MS in October. The OUToberfest, which is an annual gay and lesbian festival, also takes place each October. Each June, Jackson, MS hosts the live music and arts festival known as Jubilee!Jam, while the USA International Ballet Competition takes place every four years during the same month. Other events include the Crossroads Film Festival in April the Mal’s St. Patty’s Day Parade in March.
Children living in Jackson, MS are educated by the Jackson Public School District, which includes nine high schools.
Students may also attend one of six different private secondary schools or one of five private primary schools. Adults who are interested in expanding their education may also chose from one of many colleges and universities located in Jackson, MS. These include Antonelli College, Belhaven University, Hinds Community College, Jackson State University, Mississippi College School of Law, University of Mississippi and more.
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