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Old Posted Aug 2, 2015, 3:07 PM
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Good to see a sale pending on this too. Looks like my house will not be in a no mans land for very long.


http://www.lacdb.com/listing/2977195...leans-LA-70112


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So I was driving in downtown and noticed that there was paper in all the windows of the WTC. They also had things printed on them but I couldn't tell what they said. I tried taking a picture but they didn't turn out at all. They look fairly new and weren't there earlier this year. Anyone know what their purpose is and if they have any connection to the redevelopment? Also, has anyone heard or seen anything about the RFQs for Piazza d'Italia or are they not available for public viewing?

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Dave and Buster's

Site work/Demo has begun on the Dave and Buster's parking garage project at Loyola and Poydras.
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Site work/Demo has begun on the Dave and Buster's parking garage project at Loyola and Poydras.
Try to get a photo next time ! But thanks for info I was wondering when that was going to start !
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Try to get a photo next time ! But thanks for info I was wondering when that was going to start !
Well, I tried and can't get it to work...
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Well, I tried and can't get it to work...
message me and you can email it and ill post it ... im out the country but ill have signal for a bit!
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Piazza D'Italia

http://www.nola.com/politics/index.s...per_propo.html

I don't know how I feel about these proposals...I was thinking that there would be some that were much more impressive than just a few hotel rooms and a couple of apartments. These proposals seem a little underwhelming to me.
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This whole thing is really meaningless without an architectural critique. The best program in the world won't redeem a shitty anti-urban design, which is really what (I think) we all care about here. The program is going to be some mix of hotel and/or residential, no matter which one is selected. Unless there are serious concerns about a developer's capacity to execute projects, the city will probably award the project to the developer who offers the most for the land, and that developer will usually be the one who builds the tallest building to extract the most value. I think it's safe to say the 10-story Best Western will probably not win...

The first proposal from Carter looks decent, and seems like they have a solid track record. Their Ann Arbor proposal is awesome. If we can get a project with that height and a design like that on Poydras, I'll call it a win.
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This whole thing is really meaningless without an architectural critique. The best program in the world won't redeem a shitty anti-urban design, which is really what (I think) we all care about here. The program is going to be some mix of hotel and/or residential, no matter which one is selected. Unless there are serious concerns about a developer's capacity to execute projects, the city will probably award the project to the developer who offers the most for the land, and that developer will usually be the one who builds the tallest building to extract the most value. I think it's safe to say the 10-story Best Western will probably not win...

The first proposal from Carter looks decent, and seems like they have a solid track record. Their Ann Arbor proposal is awesome. If we can get a project with that height and a design like that on Poydras, I'll call it a win.
I definitely agree about the Best Western proposal...probably not the best option! Can new proposals be issued though after this or is this the final five? And what is your feeling about a skyscraper on this plot of land?
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Been out of the country for a couple of months, but here are some pictures from the last couple of days.

The Beacon and the new "parklet" on Girod:



International Shipholding Corporation HQ:



Rault Center hotel conversion:



You can also see the work going on at the California Building:



412 O'Keefe garage:


A bit hard to see but heavy equipment on the lot at Poydras and Loyola:



Work on the Iroquois Theater building:



And for those who haven't, a couple of shots from the newest segment of Crescent Park:



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WOW! Great pictures, thanks Tchoupitoulas!!!

For anyone interested, this article has links to the 5 Piazza d'Italia bidders:http://www.nola.com/politics/index.s...leans_pro.html

A couple of them have renderings to show scale.
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Been out of the country for a couple of months, but here are some pictures from the last couple of days.

The Beacon and the new "parklet" on Girod:



International Shipholding Corporation HQ:



Rault Center hotel conversion:



You can also see the work going on at the California Building:



412 O'Keefe garage:


A bit hard to see but heavy equipment on the lot at Poydras and Loyola:



Work on the Iroquois Theater building:



And for those who haven't, a couple of shots from the newest segment of Crescent Park:



Great pics .. Something I just realized is how many parking lots that were used for tailgating at saints games just last year are no longer there ...
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1250 Poydras St [New Orleans Hornets]·Attached Sign · Permit #15-23508-SATT ·Ref Code: CK6A01
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Install 1-set of illuminated channel letters with cabinets on hotel.





365 Canal St·Zoning Verification · Project #15-1271 ·Ref Code: M6W1QB
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Multi-family uses are permitted in the current zoning district and the newly adopted zoning.


921 Canal St·HDLC COA · Permit #15-11414-HDLC ·Ref Code: UFJD4C
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Replace Terrace Railing on 15th floor of existing hotel as per plans.



921 Canal St·HDLC COA · Permit #15-11395-HDLC ·Ref Code: LMW5QV
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Meeting Room renovations and Fire Door replacement in existing hotel as per plans.


1250 Poydras St 1st floor·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: BJF5NT
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Arthur Joseph Hartsell
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7/27/2015 8:54:36 AM
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Electrical and mechanical upgrades to existing office building as per plans.




749 St Charles Ave·Renovation (Structural) ·Ref Code: BNGFKL
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Richard Choate
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Demolition of certain portions of an existing building and renovation of the existing 3 story historic structure with a rooftop addition. A 6 story building will be built on the balance of the site.







1302 Magazine St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: PJ1GJD
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Interior Tenant Buildout


10060 Morrison Rd·New Construction ·Ref Code: 7S1187
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A new 2,548 square foot, pre-engineered metal building. To be used for a Reception Hall / Dance Hall.



5000 Magazine St·New Construction ·Ref Code: AB482T
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Leonard A Torre
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New construction of a 2 story 5,000 s.f. restaurant as per plans and Public Works Approval.















5007 Freret St·New Construction ·Ref Code: 2LMSND
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Two new construction buildings on a mostly clear lot, though involving the demolition of a small temporary type pre-fabricated structure. Building 1 at the corner of Freret + Robert will be a cold dark shell for future build out by a commercial tenant TBD. Building 2 upriver along Freret will be a mixed use structure with a small retail space on the ground floor + a single apartment above. Parking for both buildings will be on site accessed from a driveway off Freret exiting on Robert.









8700 Lake Forest Blvd, Suite 109·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: LRAV65
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Interior renovation of a vacant space in a strip shopping center into an event hall.

326 Camp St, 330 Camp St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: VMS1C2
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Build-out on first floor of an existing building for a full-service restaurant as per plans


3101 Erato St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: L3KU5K
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Alvin A Smith
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Renovation to convert to a reception hall with boxing gym per plans.


1400 Camp St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: 7X225K
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Jonathan O'Rear
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Exterior/Interior renovation to the International School as per plans and HDLC Approval. Repairs to historic windows, doors, roofing, downspouts, and condensor heads. Electrical, hvac, kitchen repairs and others.



4000 Bienville Ave·Renovation (Structural) ·Ref Code: VU37ND
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Adrienne Trahan
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Renovation of existing office building. Scope of work includes interior renovation to split existing suite into two suites, Suite D & Suite G. Work also includes new storefront door/window unit and new exterior ADA ramp on the Bienville side of the building.



1400 Poydras St 260·Interior Demolition · Permit #05COM-00877 ·Ref Code: 16MZRE
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Work Descripton: INTERIOR DEMOLITION ONLY OF EXISTING VACANT COMMERCIAL SPACE, UNIT #260. NO USE & OCCUPANCY. PLANS TO FOLLOW. Historical Import Type: Permits Commercial Interior Demolition NA User: CCROSS Tracking: Status: Permit Issuance Active Status Date: 7/26/2005 12:00:00 AM Owner: No Holding Neve Yerushalayim Owner Edited By: 7/26/2005 by CCROSS



1400 Poydras St 745 Suite·Renovation (Structural) · Permit #05COM-00383 ·Ref Code: DPW82N
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Construction South Inc
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Work Descripton: RENOVATIONS TO AN EXISTING NEWS STUDIO TV 26, ELEC PAINT, MECHANICAL, STE 745 AS PER PLANS. Historical Import Type: Permits Commercial Renovation (Structural) NA User: WMALLEN Tracking: Status: Permit Issuance Active Status Date: 5/24/2005 12:00:00 AM Owner: Poydras Square Associates Owner Address: May Dept Store,Tax Dept 611 Olive Street Suite 1300, St Louis, MO 631010000 Owner Edited By: 4/5/2005 by VHENRY


4632 Freret St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: R6Z6QQ
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Restore tire repair garage as per stamped drawing and State Fire Marshal approval.



Whiskey Specialist SideBar Prepares to Get Pouring in Mid City




http://nola.eater.com/2015/8/6/91042...tails-mid-city


Public Belt lounge opens in Hilton New Orleans Riverside



http://www.bestofneworleans.com/blog...eans-riverside




Stumptown Coffee Roasters Headed This Way Via Ace Hotel



http://nola.eater.com/2015/8/5/90979...house-district


Copeland Tower in Metairie to reopen after $16.4 million renovation




http://www.nola.com/business/index.s...l#incart_river



Looks Like Domain Bought another building







John Besh & Brian Landry's Borgne Closes For a Brief Revamp



http://nola.eater.com/2015/8/4/90972...ed-renovations





City Sells All 170 Properties in August Adjudicated Property Auction


AUGUST 07, 2015
Auction Process Raises More Than $4 Million; Next Auction Scheduled for Sept. 2

NEW ORLEANS – On Aug. 5, the second in a series of innovative online monthly auctions for adjudicated properties brought in over $4 million after 417 people placed more than 14,600 bids to buy all 170 properties that were for sale. In addition, 15 delinquent accounts of $525,657.11 were paid in full in the weeks leading up to the auction. Altogether, the adjudicated property auction process has so far brought in more than $8.3 million for the City of New Orleans through two auctions and is helping to revive economic activity and create a fairer tax system. The next auction, which will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015, currently includes 165 properties scheduled for sale.

The City also reminded residents that there are over 1,000 properties still available for deposit to begin the research and notification processes before an auction may be scheduled. A list of these properties is available at CivicSource.com, which is also where the online auctions take place.

“Our second auction successfully helped bring 185 properties back into commerce,” said First Deputy Mayor & CAO Andy Kopplin. “These innovative auctions are operating tremendously well and the energy and excitement in the revitalization of New Orleans is apparent. We look forward to continuing these monthly auctions until the City has exhausted its backlog of adjudicated properties. We still have about 1,000 properties awaiting deposits across the city, so I encourage residents to go to CivicSource.com to check them out. All it takes is one depositor to start the research and notification processes so that we may schedule the property for auction.

Councilmember-At-Large Stacy Head said, “The great success of these first two auctions should give confidence to neighboring property owners, first-time homebuyers, investors and others that the adjudicated property auction is an excellent way to acquire property in New Orleans. With thousands of properties available, it’s possible to find one in almost any neighborhood. I urge everyone to visit CivicSource.com to view the available properties.”

A property is adjudicated to the City when its property taxes have not been paid – becoming delinquent – and the City is unable sell the property at a tax sale. The City only auctions properties where five years have elapsed from the tax sale certificate filing date.

In the Aug. 5 auction, 126 people bought 170 properties for a cumulative total of $4,079,600 (nearly 90 percent of the winning bidders were from Louisiana). The highest bid in the auction was $237,000 for a commercial building at 13000 Chef Menteur Highway. There were about 24,400 due process notifications mailed for the August sale and yard signs were placed on each property before the auction as part of the extensive efforts to contact and alert property owners. The revenue will be used to cover the cost of the sale and pay back the taxes owed to the appropriate entities, such as the City of New Orleans, Board of Liquidation, Orleans Parish School Board and Sewerage & Water Board. All remaining revenue will go to the City of New Orleans, where it can be used to invest in key resident priorities, such as community revitalization, public safety, street repairs and parks and recreation.

According to State law, the original property owner(s) have until the closing of the real estate transaction to pay the taxes owed and retain the property. If they do so, the winning bidder and depositors would be fully refunded their money. Once the property is successfully sold to the winning bidder, all adjudicated property owners, as well as those who have a recorded interest in a delinquent property, forfeit all rights to the property.

The City will hold the online auctions for adjudicated properties on the first Wednesday of every month, from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., subject to a rolling close in the case of last-minute competitive bidding. The City is scheduled to sell about 165 properties on Sept. 2. The number of properties could change as delinquent property owners pay the taxes and fees due.

Earlier this year, the City made 1,786 adjudicated properties available for sale through auction, more than 90 percent of which were vacant lots and more than 80 percent had been adjudicated to the City for longer than 10 years. Once a deposit is placed and properties clear the research and notification phase – and after they have been certified for insurability – they are scheduled for auction on a monthly basis.



Finalized Exterior Plans for Dave and Busters:













The Jung Hotel and Apartments( New floorplan shows that grocery will occupy most of the first floor of the garage portion)



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The 365 Canal/One Canal Place permit caught my eye. I wonder if they're considering a residential project for the long-rumored third phase expansion. I assume that lot is zoned for a high-rise building?

It's good to see that a grocery is still part of the Jung project. That will be good for the area. I've got my fingers crossed for Trader Joe's.
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The 365 Canal/One Canal Place permit caught my eye. I wonder if they're considering a residential project for the long-rumored third phase expansion. I assume that lot is zoned for a high-rise building?

It's good to see that a grocery is still part of the Jung project. That will be good for the area. I've got my fingers crossed for Trader Joe's.
I thought that too which is why I posted it.The property is controlled by FAR and has no height limit.

Also, it seems the Four Seasons condos will be( at least some of the units) sold as raw space. Which means the buyers can decide on their own finished and layouts. Interesting decision if they stick to it!


BTW Wendesday is the day that the new CZO goes into effect.


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Change of use from office to Multi-family (22 apartments) with commercial lease on ground floor and roof top addition. (this was supposed to be Renaissance RX new headquarters but that clearly has changed)



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Interior Tenant Buildout for coffee shop as per plans.


1245 Constance St, Floor 1·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: 134Q2N
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New restaurant in existing commercial space. Scope of work is less than 50% of existing building area and less than 50% of value of existing building.


2616 N Miro St·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Permit #15-23890-RNVN ·Ref Code: PA4EZE
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821 Washington Ave·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: VPJWKR
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RENOVATION OF AN EXISTING 2 STORY BRICK STRUCTURE INTO A MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING WITH 1 SMALL RETAIL SPACE (WHITE BOX)




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Convert a vacant office into a restaurant as per plans.




533 N Carrollton Ave·Change of Use ·Ref Code: YS2A0F
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1645 Tchoupitoulas St ·Change of Use ·Ref Code: L741KG
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Belladoggie to Condos?

That permit for 821 Washington is Belladoggie. Hate to see that close to make way for condos. It will be interesting to hear how the neighbors take this- loud kennel vs parking crunch.

The Irish Channel continues to boom.

Also, how much slower could they go at the building at Washington and Magazine?!
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That permit for 821 Washington is Belladoggie. Hate to see that close to make way for condos. It will be interesting to hear how the neighbors take this- loud kennel vs parking crunch.

The Irish Channel continues to boom.

Also, how much slower could they go at the building at Washington and Magazine?!
Hahaha I know you would think it was a 60 story highrise.
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That permit for 821 Washington is Belladoggie. Hate to see that close to make way for condos. It will be interesting to hear how the neighbors take this- loud kennel vs parking crunch.

The Irish Channel continues to boom.

Also, how much slower could they go at the building at Washington and Magazine?!
When I picked my dog up from Belladoggie a couple weeks ago I asked about the building being for the sale. The employee I talked to said they're moving down Washington somewhere near Xavier but he didn't know the exact location. I hate to see them leave the Irish Channel but I'm glad they won't be closing down.
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