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Traffic Advisory: Tulane Avenue and Common Street

OCTOBER 16, 2017
NEW ORLEANS — The Department of Public Works roadway striping contractor is currently re-striping Tulane Avenue between S. Rampart Street and S. Claiborne Avenue, and Common Street between Baronne and S. Rampart Streets. The striping work is anticipated to last approximately two weeks. This project will improve bicycle and pedestrian connections between downtown destinations and the recently-renovated portion of Tulane Avenue, which now includes a widened neutral ground and bike lanes.

This nine block project will reconfigure Tulane Avenue to include protected bike lanes, high-visibility crosswalks, and new roadway striping. In the riverbound direction, the project will create two blocks of protected bike lanes and four blocks of conventional bike lanes on Tulane Avenue. In the lakebound direction, the project will add two one-block sections of protected bike lanes on Common Street as well as six blocks of protected bike lanes on Tulane Avenue.

The project will also add several high-visibility crosswalks along Tulane Avenue, and will refresh lane lines, edge lines, parking lines, and turn lane lines.

These improvements are being implemented under the City’s Complete Streets Program which was established in July 2016 and supports the City’s recently released Climate Action Plan, which calls for reducing car dependency by half by 2030.

The City will minimize impacts to roadway users and adjacent buildings as much as possible. Roadway users can expect to see striping crews on site and should exercise caution during construction activities by reducing speeds. Users can expect temporary travel lane shifts and restricted parking during this time.

New Orleans’ bicycling user rates are among the highest in the nation for major U.S. cities. In January 2017, the City of New Orleans was accepted into the People for Bikes’ “The Big Jump Project.” As one of ten communities nationwide, the City will receive technical assistance over the next three years to implement low stress bike networks in the City’s downtown core and adjacent neighborhoods.



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AMERICA’S PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPERS, NEW ORLEANS EDITION: SEAN CUMMINGS & STEVE DUMEZ




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Located within the Picayune Place historic neighborhood of New Orleans’ Central Business District, the Magazine Street Residence is a contemporary intervention situated on a vacant site in the heart of the city. At the front of the site, the majority of the original 1854 facade still stands as the only remnant of a fire which occurred over 20 years ago. The facade maintains the texture and scale of the historic “Banker’s Row” stretch of Magazine Street.
The design of the residence is centered on creating a place of quiet contemplation and repose in a city filled with excess and revelry. The house itself is a simple parti of a cast-in-place concrete box which is spaced back from a monumental weathered steel sculpture wall. The large steel panels form the backdrop for the interior of the house informing the relationship between inside and out, natural light and shadow. The material palette is limited to museum-quality concrete, glass and steel which enhances the quality of natural light reflected into the house.

The design references and aligns with the historic datums of the original site. The new steel panels align with the original four-story 60’ building height, the top of the new building aligns with the remnant facade on Magazine Street, and the building’s plan aligns with and is mirrored about the original subdivision of the site.

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[QUOTE=tennis1400;7957620]Located within the Picayune Place historic neighborhood of New Orleans’ Central Business District, the Magazine Street Residence is a contemporary intervention situated on a vacant site in the heart of the city. At the front of the site, the majority of the original 1854 facade still stands as the only remnant of a fire which occurred over 20 years ago. The facade maintains the texture and scale of the historic “Banker’s Row” stretch of Magazine Street.
The design of the residence is centered on creating a place of quiet contemplation and repose in a city filled with excess and revelry. The house itself is a simple parti of a cast-in-place concrete box which is spaced back from a monumental weathered steel sculpture wall. The large steel panels form the backdrop for the interior of the house informing the relationship between inside and out, natural light and shadow. The material palette is limited to museum-quality concrete, glass and steel which enhances the quality of natural light reflected into the house.

The design references and aligns with the historic datums of the original site. The new steel panels align with the original four-story 60’ building height, the top of the new building aligns with the remnant facade on Magazine Street, and the building’s plan aligns with and is mirrored about the original subdivision of the site.

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Do you know who's doing this? Private residence? Looks very world class, like Tadoa Ando would do it.
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Located within the Picayune Place historic neighborhood of New Orleans’ Central Business District, the Magazine Street Residence is a contemporary intervention situated on a vacant site in the heart of the city. At the front of the site, the majority of the original 1854 facade still stands as the only remnant of a fire which occurred over 20 years ago. The facade maintains the texture and scale of the historic “Banker’s Row” stretch of Magazine Street.
The design of the residence is centered on creating a place of quiet contemplation and repose in a city filled with excess and revelry. The house itself is a simple parti of a cast-in-place concrete box which is spaced back from a monumental weathered steel sculpture wall. The large steel panels form the backdrop for the interior of the house informing the relationship between inside and out, natural light and shadow. The material palette is limited to museum-quality concrete, glass and steel which enhances the quality of natural light reflected into the house.

The design references and aligns with the historic datums of the original site. The new steel panels align with the original four-story 60’ building height, the top of the new building aligns with the remnant facade on Magazine Street, and the building’s plan aligns with and is mirrored about the original subdivision of the site.

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Do you know who's doing this? Private residence? Looks very world class, like Tadoa Ando would do it.
Sean Cummings owns this so im assuming him ? Trahan Architects is the firm on it
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Sean Cummings owns this so im assuming him ? Trahan Architects is the firm on it
The lot is owned by Trey Trahan. I assume this project will remain unrealized and the the firm was only looking to add some fresh design work to their portfolio.

It would be nice to see it built though!
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The lot is owned by Trey Trahan. I assume this project will remain unrealized and the the firm was only looking to add some fresh design work to their portfolio.

It would be nice to see it built though!
it says status ongoing so thats all i know

sean cummings used to own it... i think this parcel was the site of a multistory proposal a year ago but that got shot down.. so who knows ... its areally neat concept thats for sure
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Bike Share Will Begin Service Mid-November!


New Orleans Bike Share


The City of New Orleans, in partnership with Social Bicycles, Inc external link external link (SoBi), is preparing to launch bike share, a new and affordable transportation system for residents to move through the city. The exact start date will be announced soon. Stations and bikes will roll-out in batches over approximately 6-8 weeks. Check updated schedule here.

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Bike share is a fun, healthy, and convenient transit option that is already operating in many major cities across the country and around the globe. Bike share technology offers online and on-the-spot opportunities to reserve and rent a bike that will take you where you need to go. At the end of a journey, just drop it off at the nearest bike share station. You can pick up another when you need it next. Bike share is growing rapidly worldwide external link external link as a popular and fun transit system. It has been shown to encourage people to drive less, support local business, improve street safety, increase personal health, and enjoy the community more. The goal is to provide a seamless, sustainable, and affordable mode of transportation. It is designed to serve all residents, improve neighborhood quality of life, and provide year-round, equitable access to worksites and








2801 St Claude Ave·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: FSSBK1
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Type:
Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Appropiate Technology
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/19/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Renovate vacant commercial unit as per plans: remove chimney to below floor; raise fllor in front 2 rooms; remove partition wall; new doors, siding; drywall, trim, flooring





224 Decatur St, 231 Clinton St.·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: 1FYF17
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Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Kirk Fabacher
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/19/2017
Closed:
No
Description
CONVERT VACANT 599 SQ. FT. SPACE FOR ADDITIONAL STORAGE TO BE OCCUPIED BY THE NEIGHBORING SEGWAY TOURS OFFICES AT 214 DECATUR, SEE SITE PLAN. THE SPACE WILL BE USED TO STORE SEGWAY BIKES. NO MECHANICAL OR PLUMBING ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PERMIT. ELECTRICAL WORK CONSIST OF THE ADDITION OF AN ELECTRICAL PANEL, LIGHTING AND ELECTRICAL DUPLEX OUTLETS AS SHOWN. EXISTING ROLL-UP DOOR WILL BE REPLACED WITH NEW ROLL-UP DOOR. THIS SPACE WILL BE ACCESSED BY SEGWAY EMPLOYEES ONLY. NO PUBLIC ACCESS.





610 Frenchmen St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: 83YRW2
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Applicant:
Rubens leite
Status:
Application Review
Date Filed:
10/19/2017
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No
Description
Convert vacant commercial space on 2nd floor of a 2 story (2 unit) building to a resturant per plans. No exterior work under this permit.





1131 Tchoupitoulas St·New Construction ·Ref Code: MGUCHG
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John Guarnieri
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/19/2017
Closed:
No
Description
INTERIOR PERMIT - NOT FOR HDLC REVIEW: new construction of a 3 story mixed use building. 1st floor bar, 2nd floor event rental, 3rd floor residence. there is a cpc application made for this project as well.

















509-11 Iberville St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: DVH5XU
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HB Remodeling LLC
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Application Review
Date Filed:
10/18/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Repair front facade, stucco n gable, lower awning & paint. Repair side of building. Remove damaged upper awning. No Interior work,








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Very nice. Expecting any trick-or-treaters?
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Very nice. Expecting any trick-or-treaters?
lol i dont think ill be handing candy out to the homeless ... but i think its fun to put stuff on the rooftop...
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600 Carondelet St·HDLC COA ·Ref Code: TLQNEX
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Applicant:
Carondelet Partners LLC
Status:
VOIDED - Duplicate Permit
Date Filed:
10/24/2017
Closed:
Yes
Description
Remove Pool Rinse Showers, Partition Wall and Garden Trellis. Relocate 3 showers. All work in courtyard pool area and as per sketch

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1000 Magazine St·HDLC COA ·Ref Code: XRQEP6
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Applicant:
Palmisano Contractors
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Permit Case Created
Date Filed:
10/25/2017
Closed:
No
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Demolition to grade of existing parking lot as per HDLC

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6246 Pontchartrain Blvd·New Construction ·Ref Code: MQ1NA6
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Applicant:
David Merlin
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/23/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Construct 600 sq ft addition and convert single-family dwelling to an office as per plans.










316 St Charles Ave·Street Cut ·Ref Code: MR3ND5
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Street Cut
Applicant:
Entergy Of New Orleans
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/24/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Manhole for electric service for new construction of Residence Inn at 316 St Charles.





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2701 Canal St, 101 N Broad St, 123 N Broad St·Conditional Use · Project #17-2391 ·Ref Code: 761MUH
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Applicant:
Sherman Strategies, LLC
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/23/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Conditional use for existing gas station and the retail sales of alcoholic beverages in a HU-MU District

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4 Canal St·Interior Demolition ·Ref Code: 4UHKB4
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Interior Demolition
Applicant:
William Manning
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/23/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Renovate 35,000 square foot on 2nd floor of Harrah’s Casino as Fillmore Theater. All work as per plans.

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5190 Canal Blvd, SUITE 103·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: 1SBMLV
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Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Steve Finegan
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/25/2017
Closed:
No
Description
TENANT BUILD-OUT OF EXISTING VACANT SPACE PER PLANS.

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1500 Canal St·Electrical Repair / Replacement / Addition · Permit #17-36452-ERPR ·Ref Code: AE01LB
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Electrical Repair / Replacement / Addition
Applicant:
Timothy Samuel Blanchard
Status:
Permit Issued
Date Filed:
10/25/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Added 286-20 amp ckts, 4-60amp ckts, 5-3 0amp ckts for the renovation of existing hotel per plans: 1st and 2nd Floor install - install kitchen and bar equipment; 6th floor build-out new bar; 12th floor - construct roof deck and canopy bar, restroom; 19th floor -new pool. Building permit 17-18779-RNVS



1036 Canal St·Interior Demolition ·Ref Code: 03TWLB
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Interior Demolition
Applicant:
Christopher Orlando Fernandez
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/20/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Interior demolition Electrical wiring and lights once walls and ceiling are removed by contractor. Set up (6) temporary GFCI receptacles for construction. No service of new circuits.

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934-936 Canal St·Conditional Use · Project #17-2390 ·Ref Code: A0S15P
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Conditional Use
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Thumbs Up Race Three LLC
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/23/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Conditional use to permit the retail sale of alcoholic beverages in a CBD-2 District




3900 Tulane Ave·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Permit #17-34477-RNVN ·Ref Code: U2A41E
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Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Tulane Hotel Group LLC
Status:
Permit Issued
Date Filed:
10/9/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Non structural renovation, painting and sanding old shutters and windows, painting balcony & deck and replacing any old wood.

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3321 Tulane Ave·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Permit #17-36515-RNVN ·Ref Code: C17BML
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Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Hammie Donato
Status:
Permit Issued
Date Filed:
10/25/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Non- structural renovation of existing 4000 sf office building as per sketch, 3303 - 03 and 3321 Tulane Ave as per sketch. ( 1st and 2 nd floors ).



2200 Cleveland Ave, 2400 Cleveland Ave, 201 S Miro St, 305 S Miro St, ·Design Review · Project #DR147-17 ·Ref Code: Q2PBLE
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Design Review
Applicant:
Asi Signage Innovations
Status:
Completeness Review
Date Filed:
10/20/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Design review for an attached sign on the University Medical Center’s Tulane Avenue parking garage in an EC Enhancement Corridor








3301 S Claiborne Ave·Design Review · Project #DR146-17 ·Ref Code: J0X6QZ
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Design Review
Applicant:
Spectrum Designs And Associates
Status:
Completeness Review
Date Filed:
10/23/2017
Closed:
No
Description
24 hr specialty restaurant serving donuts and coffee with operable drive-thru window in an EC Enhancement Corridor Design Overlay District





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749-751 St Charles Ave·Stormwater Management · Project #SW070-17 ·Ref Code: P0HWX6
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Stormwater Management
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Sarpy Development, LLC
Status:
Application Docketed
Date Filed:
10/19/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Stormwater Management Application for a hotel with over 5,000 square feet of impervious surface



1410 Broadway St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: NRWSVG
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Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Charles Napoli
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/25/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Non-Structural renovation to 10000 sqft multi-family dwelling. Scope of work includes replacing cabinets & counters, insulate walls, plaster, sheetrock, ceilings. No plumbing or electric.

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2600 Danneel St·Interior Demolition · Permit #17-34751-DEMI ·Ref Code: KK4DR0
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Interior Demolition
Applicant:
Jewel Simmons
Status:
Permit Issued
Date Filed:
10/11/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Interior demo only of 4400 sqft mixed use building.

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1530 Gravier St, 2nd floor·Interior Demolition · Permit #17-34471-DEMI ·Ref Code: YG0UHP
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Interior Demolition
Applicant:
Rick Sahuque
Status:
Permit Issued
Date Filed:
10/10/2017
Closed:
No
Description
Interior demolition for Low Barrier Shelter & Engagement Center



4820 Calliope St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: UUP63L
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Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Steve Finegan
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
10/24/2017
Closed:
No
Description
TENANT RENOVATION FOR FLY CIRCUS SPACE LLC (1,603 S.F.) AND NEW 1-HOUR FIRE RATED ENCLOSURES AROUND EXISTING STAIRS (312 S.F.) - SEE PLANS.



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Looks like Stormwater review is for new Moxy on St. Charles Avenue. Will be good to see that going!
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Looks like Stormwater review is for new Moxy on St. Charles Avenue. Will be good to see that going!
Actually its for a building across the street from the moxy. I really want that moxy to get going too
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MSY/Loyola Ave Update

There's some great visuals of the proposed enlarged Loyola Ave in here:
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Delgado Community College’s River City campus is starting to take shape. Woodward’s team in the field is hard at work installing metal stud framing and roughing-in the electrical, mechanical and plumbing lines. Looking forward to watching this project come to life!





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Designed to meet LEED Silver standards for New Construction, the latest chapter in the life of the Pythian Temple is an adaptive reuse of the existing historic building for mixed use, including commercial space, 69 mixed-income residential units, and roof deck.
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