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Retail Booms in NOLA with Old Projects and New

Retail Booms in NOLA with Old Projects and New

Retail took front row in New Orleans’ CRE market again, with updates on already underway development flooding the news cycle as well as new projects being announced.…

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Private Healthcare RE Developer Eyes Mid-City

Private Healthcare RE Developer Eyes Mid-City

It seems that the lure of the New Orleans BioDistrict has attracted a new player to the New Orleans health care and biosciences market.…

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Techno Bonanza in Mid-City Apartments

Techno Bonanza in Mid-City Apartments

A curiously named new project is about to hit the New Orleans apartment market. Dubbed Mid City iLofts, the boutique apartment project has started leasing recently.…

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Affordable Public Housing Breaks Ground at Katrina-Marred Site

Affordable Public Housing Breaks Ground at Katrina-Marred Site

This week marked the start of yet another project that will erase some of the damage left behind by Hurricane Katrina.…

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Stirling Celebrates Launch of 108 KSF Mid-City Market

Stirling Celebrates Launch of 108 KSF Mid-City Market

Louisiana-based Stirling Properties has celebrated the grand opening of Mid-City Market, an urban infill shopping center located on the corner of North Carrollton Avenue and Bienvielle Street in the historic New Orleans neighborhood of Mid-City.…

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Freshly Renovated City Parks Remove Yet Another Mark of Katrina

Freshly Renovated City Parks Remove Yet Another Mark of Katrina

The Big Easy now sports two more renovated green spaces: St. Roch Park and Mickey Markey Park, which recently reopened to the public after going through much-needed renovation work.…

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New Orleans Tops List, as City Rebuilds

New Orleans Tops List, as City Rebuilds

What was just a few years ago hard to even imagine, seems like the factual future now for the Crescent City: New Orleans has made it to the number one slot on a Forbes magazine list…

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$1.2B Huey P. Long Bridge Widening to Usher in New Development in Greater New Orleans

$1.2B Huey P. Long Bridge Widening to Usher in New Development in Greater New Orleans

One of the biggest and most ambitious projects in the Greater New Orleans area, as well as the State of Louisiana has now completed.…

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1.2 MSF Office Complex Sold In Metairie

1.2 MSF Office Complex Sold In Metairie

One of Louisiana’s biggest office complexes has just sold. The three-tower Lakeway Center, in Metairie, suburban New Orleans was purchased by New York-based The Feil Organization for an undisclosed amount.…

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Magnolia Marketplace to Be Developed by Joint Venture

Magnolia Marketplace to Be Developed by Joint Venture

Covington, LA-based Stirling Properties has announced forming a joint venture with JCH Development, a New Orleans-based boutique urban real estate development for the Magnolia Marketplace Shopping Center in New Orleans.…

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Recently Sold W Will Become First Le Méridien in NOLA

Recently Sold W Will Become First Le Méridien in NOLA

Just a month after its sale, there are more changes coming to W New Orleans. The hotel, the second W-branded property operated by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. in the Crescent City will be converted into a Le Méridien property, in a bid to launch the Paris-born brand in…

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Planned Parenthood Constructs $4.2M Clinic; Engineers Selected for $615M Pump Station Build-out

Planned Parenthood Constructs $4.2M Clinic; Engineers Selected for $615M Pump Station Build-out

Affordable healthcare is always needed, especially in areas with high poverty indexes, such as the Greater New Orleans Area. And that is exactly what is coming to New Orleans. Or rather, expanding.…

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