Finance & Investment - New Orleans

  • Bellwether Enterprise Closes $31M Loan for Affordable Housing in New Orleans

    Village of Versailles will feature 400 affordable units by the end of 2017, restoring some of the housing stock lost during Hurricane Katrina.

    29 August 2016 12:15
  • Apartment Community near Big Easy Gets Financial Help

    Ten years after Hurricane Katrina hit The City that Care Forgot, New Orlenas is well on its way to becoming one of the top urban centers in the U.S.—refinancing loan after refinancing loan.

    14 August 2015 12:08
  • $35M Low-Income Seniors Housing Facility Opens in New Orleans High-Rise

    The Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO) recently provided important updates on the efforts being made to provide safe, affordable and equitable housing to the residents of New Orleans, especially in the context of rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina.

    21 September 2014 05:42
  • $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.

    25 June 2013 13:28
  • 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.

    17 June 2013 14:13
  • FEMA Funds New Orleans SPCA Facility with $8M

    By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has announced close to $8 million in consolidated funding to the Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) for a new animal control facility. The old Louisiana SPCA center was located at 1319 Japonica St. and sustained extensive damage during Katrina. [...]

    08 June 2012 15:16
  • Slidell Memorial Hospital Expands Cardiology, ER Units

    By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor Slidell Memorial Hospital broke ground on its much needed new wing Tuesday. The community hospital has been struggling for some time now because of space shortages and increasing numbers of patients. The Times-Picayune reports that the number of patients treated in 2010 at Slidell Memorial was 3,500 more than it [...]

    03 June 2012 05:40
  • Dyno Nobel Considering $800M Plant in Jefferson Parish

    By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor Dyno Nobel International, the Utah-based explosives and chemical products manufacturer, is to spend $30 million on a comprehensive study regarding the feasibility of establishing an $800 million ammonia production factory on a brownfield site in Jefferson Parish, reports Area Development Online. If the study yields a positive result, the facility [...]

    28 May 2012 04:54
  • Nalco Announces $18.7M Expansion in St. John

    By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor Nalco Inc., a company specializing in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services, has announced an $18.7 million expansion at its Garyville facility in St. John the Baptist Parish. According to a company press release, the company will add a 300,000-square-foot dry polymer production facility to its existing complex. It [...]

    13 May 2012 14:02