King Edward Hotel

Jackson, Mississippi

The 12-story, mixed-use building re-opened as the Hilton Garden Inn-Jackson and as Apartments at the King Edward.

Clayco completed a massive environmental cleanup and renovation project for the former King Edward Hotel, a historic hotel listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Plans included significant rehabilitation of both the structure’s interior and exterior architecture details. The 12-story, mixed-use building re-opened as the Hilton Garden Inn-Jackson and as Apartments at the King Edward. 

Clayco was joined on the project by developer King Edward Revitalization Co., composed of HRI Properties, Watkins Partners and NFL running back Deuce McAllister; and the design collaborative of HCI Architecture and Forum. The mixed-use building includes a 186-room hotel, 64 one- and two-bedroom residences, restaurants and additional retail outlets.

Get In touch

Alan
Schachtman

Director, Residential Business Unit Leader

+312-216-5416
schachtmana@claycorp.com

Key Facts

Project size:  231,000 SF
Client name:  King Edward Revitalization Company, LLC
Architect:  HCI Architecture and Forum Studio

Awards

South Central Construction – Best of 2010 Awards Renovation / Restoration Best in Category
South Central Construction – Best of 2010 Awards Judges Award
DBIA Mid America Region – Design-Build Awards, Award of Honor Best Project in the Rehabilitation / Renovation / Restoration Over $10 Million Category
Engineering News Record – Best of the Best 2010 Awards

Integrated Company Involvement

FORUM

Architecture

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