Centennial Plaza’s new look will be a ‘game changer’ when resort


It’s one of the prettiest sites in South Mississippi, with its campus of Spanish-style buildings on 50 beachfront acres shaded by graceful live oak trees.

How do you improve on that?

Centennial Plaza is getting better as buildings open again as part of the $100 million investment and new life emerges on the property that for years was a veterans hospital. Hospitality and entertainment are being added so both locals and tourists will think of the place as their own.

Just as they did when they brought the White House Hotel in Biloxi back from decades of neglect, crews from Barrington Development are restoring the old buildings, some of which were damaged by Hurricane Katrina and others by time. The craftsmen and Barrington, in partnership with Virginia attorney Robert Lubin, are moving toward a mid-summer opening of the hotels, restaurants and amenities.
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