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Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel Sold for $116M, While Royal St. Charles Goes for $10M

Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel Sold for $116M, While Royal St. Charles Goes for $10M

Two French Quarter hotels have been traded since 2014 kicked off, showing how sizzling hot the New Orleans hospitality market is.…

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Walker & Dunlop Arranges $43.5M Financing for Esplanade at City Park

Walker & Dunlop Arranges $43.5M Financing for Esplanade at City Park

Walker & Dunlop Inc. recently announced it provided $43.5 million for Esplanade at City Park, an apartment community located in New Orleans.…

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Stirling Properties Announces New Tenants, Expansions at Metro NOLA Developments

Stirling Properties Announces New Tenants, Expansions at Metro NOLA Developments

Joint venture partners Stirling Properties and CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. have announced four new tenants for Phase I of Fremaux Town center in Slidell, Louisiana.…

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Columbia Residential Opens $24M Luxury Seniors Housing

Columbia Residential Opens $24M Luxury Seniors Housing

Heritage Senior Residences at Columbia Parc, one of the most highly anticipated projects in New Orleans, has celebrated its grand opening in Gentilly, with the first residents expected to move in starting March 2014.…

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Tiffany’s, H&M Open in French Quarter

Tiffany’s, H&M Open in French Quarter

New Orleans, the city that not so long ago had one of the biggest shortages of retail in the nation, just keeps adding retail options. From big-box retailers such as Walmart to affordable fashion icon H&M to luxury retailers, such as Tiffany’s, everybody seems to want to set up shop…

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Housing Authority of New Orleans Seeks Affordable Housing Developers

Housing Authority of New Orleans Seeks Affordable Housing Developers

The Housing Authority of New Orleans’ (HANO) first attempt to scale down its small housing asset portfolio has proven successful, receiving bids on 95 of the 115 properties put up for sale in October…

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125-Unit Luxury High-Rise Revived; Six Flags Back on the Market

125-Unit Luxury High-Rise Revived; Six Flags Back on the Market

New Orleans’ booming economy and growing population has revived a project first proposed in 2005: Traçage, a $55 million luxury project set to rise in the Warehouse District, at 711 Tchoupitoulas Street.…

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Massive New Orleans Auction Includes Hundreds of Apartment Units

Massive New Orleans Auction Includes Hundreds of Apartment Units

Looking for a strip mall? A CBD condo? A fourplex? Or maybe a 344-unit apartment complex? If the answer is yes, save the date: November 21st.…

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Inland Pays $74.5M for Downtown Hotel

Inland Pays $74.5M for Downtown Hotel

The New Orleans lodging market stays hot even if temperatures are cooling down in the Big Easy. Following the recent purchase of the Queen and Crescent Hotel, another former office asset turned hotel has been acquired.…

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Northview Purchases Queen and Crescent Hotel in CBD, Plans to Renovate

Northview Purchases Queen and Crescent Hotel in CBD, Plans to Renovate

Northview Hotel Group, headquartered in Westport, CT has announced the purchase of the Queen and Crescent Hotel, a 196-key asset in the New Orleans CBD, located just outside the French Quarter.…

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WTC Headed Toward $190M Luxury Hotel, Apartment Redevelopment

WTC Headed Toward $190M Luxury Hotel, Apartment Redevelopment

The 670,000-square-foot World Trade Center in New Orleans is two steps away from kicking off an adaptive reuse project that would transform it into a mixed-use luxury hotel and upscale apartment development.…

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Former Tremé School to Become $40M Live/Work Artists Community

Former Tremé School to Become $40M Live/Work Artists Community

The Andre J. Bell Junior High School campus located in the historic arts neighborhood Tremé is just one step away from being redeveloped into a live/work artist community.…

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