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Old Posted Jul 20, 2017, 8:32 PM
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Thanks for the replies, guys. Last time I was in town my buddy who has a rental in the University area of Uptown was talking to me about all of the rental oversupply down there, that he was struggling to rent his unit and his real estate friend showed him the map of all the open rental around him -- maybe no one wants to live that far uptown anymore?

My other buddy in real estate pointed to the AirBnBs coming online en masse in those downtown apartment conversions that completed a year or two ago. Maybe I'm being pessimistic but I hope we don't get blindsided by the popping of a housing bubble downtown... Maybe though there are some neighborhoods booming while the rest remain relatively cheap and flat?
I have heard about softening demand uptown as well. I dont know for sure, but i think Freret street may be sucking a lot of student and general residential demand away from the traditional student clusters around Maple and Calhoun streets. I have several friends that own rentals behind Baptist and they have been quick to lease up and larger units are rented to undergrads.
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I have heard about softening demand uptown as well. I dont know for sure, but i think Freret street may be sucking a lot of student and general residential demand away from the traditional student clusters around Maple and Calhoun streets. I have several friends that own rentals behind Baptist and they have been quick to lease up and larger units are rented to undergrads.

Personally if i was an undergrad todday Freret would be much more appealing than the traditional uptown areas of the past
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Pretty impressive there is a gym and restaurant for just the staff on this floor:



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Pretty impressive there is a gym and restaurant for just the staff on this floor:




Sign me up for one of those penthouses! Man this is going to be a great building
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Eveything eventually balances out :the air bnb registrations downtown are just smartt for anyone to do. Just gives you the option to do if you have a place avaialble. Plus one of the things that makes nola attractive is affordability ; we need to address the high rents here and this supply will definitely help.



Also there is a lot of higher quality facilites coming online than before ... so some of these smaller places that offer no amenities will have to charge accordingly. If im paying 1200 a month im going with the place with pool, rooftop, gym and other services ... eapecially 24/7 emergency repair services.
Speaking of balancing out and the discussion about Uptown rentals being in less demand...while Loyola may be downsizing a bit, Tulane keeps getting bigger. They have the most freshmen coming in this year that they've ever had. They have to live on campus, but yeah everything balances out eventually...
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600 Port Of New Orleans Pl, Suite 159·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: RKVZT1
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Amy Diekevers
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Application Submitted
Date Filed:
7/21/2017
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tenant improvement. Plans show 500 Port of New Orleans but that address would not pull up in your system.

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6100 Pontchartrain Blvd·New Construction ·Ref Code: 0PT46X
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Gary Krasnow
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7/21/2017
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2 Story Bldg of approx. 12,000 SF with Owner occupied businesses (2) on the 2nd floor and available space for lease on the 1st floor. Parking, landscaping and stormwater management included.


6500 Magazine St·Renovation (Structural) ·Ref Code: WZ0S31
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William Manning
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The scope of work consists of selective demolition and modifications to the existing sea lion holding tank structure and adjacent driveway at the Audubon Zoo. There is no electrical, plumbing, or mechanical work associated with the project.

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1 Poydras St·Coastal Use Permit · Permit #17-25325-CZUP ·Ref Code: KGCXZQ
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In anticipation of New Orleans¿ Tricentennial celebration, the City of New Orleans is developing plans to transform Spanish Plaza into a state-of-the-art, world-class public space. The rejuvenated plaza will feature a new and more dramatic fountain surrounded by improved circulation and enhanced public gathering spaces that offer astonishing views of the Mississippi River. These improvements, along with other work planned for the Riverfront will firmly establish New Orleans¿ place among other contemporary global cities while using materials, finishes and forms to reference the City¿s rich architectural history and cultural heritage.
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