Approximately 14,425 SF of retail and office space is available on the historic Oxford Square. Located directly across from the popular tourist hotel, The Chancellor’s House, 400 S Lamar Blvd is ideally situated on the south side of the square entering town. Private parking is included. Forbes ranks Oxford, MS as the #15 Fastest-Growing Small Towns.
Oxford, Mississippi has experienced 36% population growth during the last ten years. Their economy is booming with excellent growth in sales tax revenue. The University of Mississippi continues to have record enrollment which has reached 21,260 students.
The city of Oxford serves as the county seat for Lafayette county, which has become a cultural center of North Mississippi. The former home of the late, great William Faulkner hosts a great art and music scene, as well as a slough of great restaurants, due to it being the home of “Top Chef’s” John Currence.