Home » Cities »  (Page 2)

New Orleans


410-Key Le Méridien New Orleans Debuts $29M Renovation

410-Key Le Méridien New Orleans Debuts $29M Renovation

The Paris-born Le Méridien hotel brand has debuted in New Orleans, one of the hottest U.S. hospitality markets with the launch of Le Méridien New Orleans.…

Continue reading →

Marriott Debuts New Brand with 220-Key AC Hotel New Orleans Bourbon

Marriott Debuts New Brand with 220-Key AC Hotel New Orleans Bourbon

Global hospitality giant Marriott International, Inc. has officially debuted the AC Hotels by Marriott brand in North America with the opening of the 220-key AC Hotel New Orleans Bourbon.…

Continue reading →

165-Key Warehouse District Hotel Rebrands, Starts $14M Reno

165-Key Warehouse District Hotel Rebrands, Starts $14M Reno

It looks like things are going to heat up even more for the Big Easy’s tourism industry.…

Continue reading →

South Market’s $40M The Beacon Secures Financing, Begins Preleasing

South Market’s $40M The Beacon Secures Financing, Begins Preleasing

New Orleans- and New York-based The Domain Companies has announced securing financing for the $40 million The Beacon, the 126-unit third phase of the $250 million South Market District, the transformative mixed-use development under way in downtown New Orleans.…

Continue reading →

285-Key Loews New Orleans Completes $4M Update; 106-Key Pontchartrain Hotel Embarks on $10M Remodel

285-Key Loews New Orleans Completes $4M Update; 106-Key Pontchartrain Hotel Embarks on $10M Remodel

The 285-key Loews New Orleans, a landmark downtown New Orleans hotel has announced completing a $4 million renovation.…

Continue reading →

202-Key Former Wyndham Rebrands as Omni Riverfront Hotel

202-Key Former Wyndham Rebrands as Omni Riverfront Hotel

By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor The New Orleans hospitality market continues to stay white-hot, as yet another hotel switches between giants’ flags, proving the allure of owning a Big Easy lodging asset. The hotel, at 701 Convention Center Blvd. and known as the Wyndham Riverfront New Orleans only a few…

Continue reading →

$38M Children’s Museum to Open in 2017

$38M Children’s Museum to Open in 2017

New Orleans is on track for the late 2017 opening of the Louisiana Children’s Museum Early Learning Village…

Continue reading →

$250M South Market District Continues Dynamic Retail Space Leasing

$250M South Market District Continues Dynamic Retail Space Leasing

As The Domain Companies gears up to start pre-leasing the 20,000 square feet of retail that will be included in the 126-unit The Beacon, The South Market District’s third phase, the project’s first two phases are filling up at a steady pace.…

Continue reading →

$120M Hyatt House to Open in 24-Story CBD Office Building

$120M Hyatt House to Open in 24-Story CBD Office Building

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the development of a new Hyatt property in New Orleans. Set to open in 2015 at 1250 Poydras Street, the new Hyatt location will operate under the Hyatt House brand, New Orleans’ first.…

Continue reading →

80 Mixed-Income Apartments Coming to Historic Downtown Building

80 Mixed-Income Apartments Coming to Historic Downtown Building

Developer Green Coast Enterprises in partnership with the Crescent City Community Land Trust has closed on the sale of the historic Pythian Temple building at 234 Loyola Avenue, clearing the last hurdle in the way of development.…

Continue reading →

670 KSF Former World Trade Center Hits Development Block Again

670 KSF Former World Trade Center Hits Development Block Again

New developers and project ideas are sought for the redevelopment of the 33-story former World Trade Center, announced the City of New Orleans and the New Orleans Building Corporation.…

Continue reading →

New Orleans Hotels Rebrand, Expand and Start Anew

New Orleans Hotels Rebrand, Expand and Start Anew

It’s not breaking news that New Orleans is a thriving tourist hub. As such, hotel development is a big part of the city’s real estate business. Recently a string of new hotel development lit up the local real estate and tourism sectors.…

Continue reading →