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Columbus, Georgia: Columbus based REALTOR® and native, Carson Paris, with Bickerstaff Parham Real Estate, has been recognized as the “2018 Residential Rookie of the Year” by the Columbus Boards of Realtors. Mr. Paris was presented with the "2018 Residential Rookie of the Year Award" at a ceremony held in Columbus on Wednesday, February 20, 2019. 

 To qualify for consideration as “Residential Rookie of the Year,” a professional and licensed REALTOR® must be nominated by their broker after having met a specific sales production metrics, must have served on a Columbus Boards of Realtors committee, and must be involved in the community in a meaningful way. 

 Upon receiving the award, Mr. Paris said, “It is an honor to receive this distinction.

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VILLAGE AT CROSSWINDS

An art rendering shows Renfroe’s Market anchoring The Village at Crosswinds shopping center that is now set to enter the construction phase off U.S. Hwy. 431 South, near the intersection of Alabama Hwy. 165. -- Image from eds America

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Construction to begin on Phenix City shopping center with supermarket

BY TONY ADAMS

tadams@ledger-enquirer.com

January 08, 2018 02:26 PM

Updated January 09, 2018 01:15 PM

It’s been in the dream and planning stages for more than six years. But construction on a shopping center on U.S. Highway 431 South in Phenix City is about to crank up, the project’s developers said Monday.

What will be called The Village at Crosswinds — located near the intersection of

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Retail business going into former Circuit City, church property

By Tony Adams

tadams@ledger-enquirer.com

 

The former home of electronics retailer Circuit City, which later was converted to Kingdom Metropolitan Worship Centre, is now returning to retail use at 3001 Airport Thruway in Columbus.

October 30, 2017 5:31 PM

It was the home of electronics retailer Circuit City for a decade, then sat empty for several years before becoming a palm tree-laced oasis of worship until an unfortunate foreclosure last year.

Now the 21,212-square-foot building at 3001 Airport Thruway, at the intersection of West Britt David Road, will be returning to the city’s tax rolls with a retailer planning to open at the location.

“It’s going back to retail

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