Position your business for growth in Mississippi’s largest Master Planned Community.  

THE CASE for Making a Visible Difference in Mississippi’s Health and Economy. Click here to access the 2018 Economic Impact Research Findings Summary.  ppt_Economic Impact Study_final_Cirlot_2018

Access the full Socioeconomic Impact of the Healthcare Research Cluster at Tradition, Mississippi, a joint study by Arduin, Laffer, and Moore Econometrics, The University of Southern Mississippi and Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District at this link:
report_Economic Impact Study_SMPDD_20180622

The 650-acre Tradition Town Center is strategically located 10 minutes north of Biloxi, Gulfport and Interstate 10, at the intersection of major four-lane Highways 67 and 605 in the Gulf Coast’s growth corridor and is master-planned with key districts:

  • The Tradition Learning Medical City is part of the Learning and Wellness Commons
  • Research / Light Industrial Business Park
  • Retail Center
  • Civic Center
  • Mixed-Use District

William Carey University serves as the anchor of the Tradition Learning Medical City.  Phase I of the 50-acre campus opened in Fall 2009 and has grown from 750 to 1,000 students. Construction will be complete on the School of Pharmacy Fall 2018.  Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College opened in Spring 2018, the new Nursing School and Simulation Center for 800-1,000 nursing students.

Development opportunities exist for businesses that seek to serve the growing campus, in the areas of student housing and supporting retail such as food service and a bookstore. With all master permits secured, utility infrastructure on site and developer-controlled land use/zoning, the Tradition Town Center  Learning Medical City sites are ideal to maximize your time and budget.

Development Opportunities:

  • Student Housing/Multi-Family Development
  • Assisted Living/Medical Facilities
  • Office Park
  • Research and light industry park
  • Active Adult Community Living
Joseph C. Canizaro
Tradition, A Master Planned Community