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Turtle Creek Mall

Hattiesburg, MS

www.turtlecreekmall.com
1000 Turtle Creek Dr, Ste 290, Hattiesburg MS 39402 - 601.261.3032
Total Number of Stores: 75 Total Acreage: 96.5± Total Building Area (GLA): 845,946 Total Trade Area (2018 est.): 324,632

Featured Stores

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Contacts

Leasing Contact

Michael Stanley

Senior Leasing Manager

281.925.3661

michael.stanley@cblproperties.com

Specialty Leasing Contact

Debra Lee

Specialty Leasing Manager

601.255.6218

debra.lee@cblproperties.com

General Manager

Stacy Woodard

General Manager

601.255.6217

stacy.woodard@cblproperties.com

Marketing Contact

Susan Hoff

Marketing Director

423-490-8233

susan.hoff@cblproperties.com

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Property Facts

Trade Area Facts

  • Hattiesburg is known as the "Hub City" located within 100 miles of the state capital of Jackson, the MS Gulf Coast, New Orleans, Louisiana, and Mobile, Alabama. The city's convenient distance to regional cities has allowed Greater Hattiesburg to grow into a major retail, healthcare, education and manufacturing hub for South Mississippi. 
  • The University of Southern Mississippi has enrollment of 13,115 and is ranked in the top 5% of business programs globally. Additional colleges within the trade area include William Carey University (enrollment of 3,544), Jones County Junior College (enrollment of 4,592) and Pearl River Community College (enrollment of 4,755) with combined enrollment of over 12,800 students.
  • Camp Shelby, located just south of Hattiesburg encompasses 136,000 acres, is the largest owned and operated National Guard field training facility in the United States, hosting as many as 60,000 personnel annually and 2,200 employees.
  • Greater Hattiesburg is known as a medical hub, servicing a broad region of 19 counties. In total, Greater Hattiesburg has a robust healthcare sector with two major hospitals encompassing over 720 hospital beds. Hattiesburg is also home to the largest multi-specialty clinic in the state of Mississippi. Healthcare comprises 15% of the regional economy with more than 9,100 direct employees generating an annual payroll of approximately $500 million.
  • In 2019, Hattiesburg was ranked as a top city in Mississippi to live. With its strong economy, rising population, top-rated K-12 schools, two universities, world-class healthcare, and a diverse blend of culture and commerce, Hattiesburg has become a premier destination in the Gulf South.
  • Hattiesburg continues to lead the state in job growth with more than 5,700 jobs created in the last five years, more than $3.3 billion annually in retail sales and a 26% increase in home sales between 2014 and 2018.

Demographics (2018)

Population Trends Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
2023 Projection 192,255 130,225 322,480
2018 Estimate 193,489 131,143 324,632
2010 Census 188,507 134,265 322,772
2018 - 2023 % Change -0.64% -0.70% -0.66%
Income Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median HH Income $45,903 $39,647 $43,398
Average HH Income $62,596 $54,806 $59,477
Age Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median Age 37.4 40.7 39.2