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PRESERVATION CROSSING: $15.5M PROJECT FINDS HOME IN OLD HATTIESBURG HIGH SCHOOL
In a project described by Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker as “an effort across generations,” officials broke ground Friday on Preservation Crossing, the venture that will transform the former Hattiesburg High School on Main Street into age-restricted apartments. Read More
Focused on Mississippi: Restoring old Hattiesburg High School
Steve Nail "“All these old buildings they have a personality. It’s worth saving,” said Nail. “They’ve- she’s fought hard to stay there. Just going through hurricane and fire and everything else. And so she deserves to live.”

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Since 1983 INTERVEST has been involved in the development, construction and management of affordable multi-family residential properties in Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Tennessee.


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INTERVEST Corp. Since 1983 INTERVEST has been involved in the development, construction and management of affordable multi-family residential properties in Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Kansas, and Tennessee. INTERVEST is owned and managed by J. Steve Nail of Jackson, Mississippi with corporate offices located in Calumet Professional Park in Madison, Mississippi. 

Goal: Continued growth through the development and redevelopment of single and multi-family residential properties in keeping with the evolving real estate marketplace is the goal of INTERVEST. Through its management, development, and construction companies, INTERVEST has the diversification and flexibility to accommodate all housing services and is well suited to take advantage of opportunities created by todays changing real estate economy. 


INTERVEST is Owned and Managed by J. Steve Nail

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  • Andrew Cuomo, Secretary, U.S. Department of HUD

    Summit Ridge Apartments is a 200-unit Section 8 subsidized housing community. This formerly troubled project suffered from extensive deferred maintenance, drug-related crime and uninhabitable units. After a transfer of physical assets, the new owner/manager invested more than 2.5 million in physical improvements and social service programs, including a new Comprehensive Family Development Center. Some of the many components of the Center are self-assessment and personal development training, job search training, computer classes, and family counseling. It is also recognized as an official job training site by the Department of Resources. Welfare recipients living at the project can fulfill their welfare to work training at the Center. In 1997 the Center assisted 57 persons. Of these, 27 are employed, with 17 of the 27 obtaining employment as a result of their involvement at the Center.

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