With options like the Apple Store, Athleta, Barnes & Noble,  Brooks Brothers, lululemon, Orvis, Sephora, Fresh Market, Anthropolgie, Aplos Simple Mediterranian, CAET Seafood, Koestler Prime, and Local 463, it's easy to see why Renaissance has become the premier shopping destination in Mississippi. This open-air lifestyle center combines a "main street" concept with classic European architectural designs, beautiful water features and a spacious common area for special events and performances.

The Monument

Rising like a beacon, and visible for miles from the I-55 corridor, is an eye-catching scale replica of the Washington Monument. Already the talk of the town, "The Colony Park Monument" is a landmark that identifies the premier commercial environment in the state of Mississippi.

Highland Colony Parkway

This showcase boulevard has been called "a commercial and professional mecca" for its unique concentration of Mississippi's most successful and influential companies. Future plans include extensive landscaping in the median of the Parkway and continued business and residential growth.

The Natchez Trace Parkway

This 444-mile National Scenic Byway stretches from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee, passing along the southern border of Colony Park. The Parkway follows the route of the Natchez Trace, a historic trade and transportation route that was in use by Native Americans well before its discovery by European explorers. Today, the Parkway is a popular spot for bikers, nature lovers, and historians alike.

The Township at Colony Park

A development of Kerioth corporation, The Township at Colony Park, is a 95-acre master-planned, mixed-use neighborhood with tree-lined streets, parks, lakes and accessible recreation areas. With its mixture of distinctive shops, eateries, condominiums and single-family homes, The Township can be the best summarized by three simple words: Live. Work. Shop.

Ridgeland Multi-Use Trail

One of America's best trail systems spanning over 13.5 miles through wooded areas in the vicinity of Highway 51, Rice Road, Highland Colony Parkway, the Natchez Trace, and most recently through the heart of Colony Park. The trails bring users of the path to schools, shops and businesses.

Colony Park PID (Public Improvement District)

Created to improve and maintain the common areas of Colony Park, the PID was created to enhance the features of Colony Park. Improvements include enhanced courtesy patrols, upgraded lighting, jogging paths, sidewalks and water features.

Colony Park Patrol

Provided through an affiliate of HC Bailey, Colony Park Patrol was established as a service to the clientele of Colony Park. The Patrol's Courtesy Officers travel the campuses of Colony Park seven days a week, 24 hours a day, augmenting local law enforcement. Colony Park Patrol may be reached at (601) 500-0888.

Property Management

Professional on-site property management is provided by Colony Properties, an HC Bailey Company.