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Southern Lifestyle To Build $325M Mixed-Use Development on Former Cattle Ranch

Southern Lifestyle To Build $325M Mixed-Use Development on Former Cattle Ranch

A Lafayette-based developer plans to start work on a massive, mixed-use development in the Baton Rouge metro area. The $325 million project will replace a former cattle ranch with retail stores, apartments and homes.…

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Baton Rouge’s $45M Water Campus Development Breaks Ground

Baton Rouge’s $45M Water Campus Development Breaks Ground

Governor Bobby Jindal joined officials from the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA), the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, LSU, the City of Baton Rouge, and the Water Institute last week, to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Center for River Studies. It is the first building of the $45 million…

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Scion Group Adds to its Student Housing Portfolio with Buys Totaling $100M

Scion Group Adds to its Student Housing Portfolio with Buys Totaling $100M

The Scion Group has recently announced the acquisition of three student housing communities, from three separate sellers, in a transaction which exceeded $100 million in value. One of the communities is located in Baton Rouge.…

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The Domain Companies Secures Construction Financing from First NBC Bank

The Domain Companies Secures Construction Financing from First NBC Bank

The Domain Companies has secured financing for its second residential project in Baton Rouge, The Addison. The New Orleans and New York-based developer first announced its plans to build the $23 million development at the end of September. Construction started in November.…

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Southern Lifestyle Plans 700-Unit Neighborhood Development in Greater Baton Rouge

Southern Lifestyle Plans 700-Unit Neighborhood Development in Greater Baton Rouge

The Greater Baton Rouge area is about to get more homes. About 700 more homes.…

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Apartment Complexes in Tightening Baton Rouge Market Change Hands for $1.04M, $800K

Apartment Complexes in Tightening Baton Rouge Market Change Hands for $1.04M, $800K

With Baton Rouge-area apartment vacancies declining to levels slightly lower than historical norms, it’s no surprise why investors are rushing to buy apartment complexes. According to the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, two such properties have changed hands in the region in the past 30 days.…

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Wampold Cos. to Demolish, Rebuild on 5.5-Acre Apartment Site

Wampold Cos. to Demolish, Rebuild on 5.5-Acre Apartment Site

Baton Rouge is getting a new luxury apartment complex. The Wampold Companies has finally started work on the Bayonne at Southshore, a new, luxury, rental community on Stanford Avenue.…

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Honeywell Completes $33M Expansion Project in Baton Rouge

Honeywell Completes $33M Expansion Project in Baton Rouge

Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies announced last month the completion of a $33 million modernization project to extend the life of its chemical and refrigerant gases manufacturing facility in Baton Rouge.…

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Officials Top-Off Baton Rouge’s $30.5M IBM Technology Center

Officials Top-Off Baton Rouge’s $30.5M IBM Technology Center

Governor Bobby Jindal and IBM Vice President Tim McLachlan, together with many other state and local officials, were present on Monday, in downtown Baton Rouge, to celebrate the topping-off of the nine-story IBM technology center. During the ceremony, executives and guests signed a piece of structural steel which was afterwards…

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Oxlean to Invest $2.1M to Expand Steel Fabrication Facility in Walker

Oxlean to Invest $2.1M to Expand Steel Fabrication Facility in Walker

Oxlean Manufacturing LLC announced this month it plans to invest $2.1 million, to expand and modernize its steel fabrication facility in Walker. The project will create 73 new jobs.…

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LSU Breaks Ground On $110M Engineering Complex

LSU Breaks Ground On $110M Engineering Complex

Louisiana State University started work last month on the $110 million renovation of Patrick F. Taylor Hall and construction of a chemical engineering addition. Once finished, this new, expanded facility is expected to be one of the largest free-standing engineering buildings in the United States.…

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Glass Wholesaler to Relocate Manufacturing Facility to 41K SF Renovated Space in Baton Rouge

Glass Wholesaler to Relocate Manufacturing Facility to 41K SF Renovated Space in Baton Rouge

Governor Bobby Jindal announced on Monday, November 24, that ClearEdge Wholesale Glass is leaving New Orleans, but not the state of Louisiana. The glass wholesaler plans to relocate to Baton Rouge and expand its manufacturing operations.…

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