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Old Posted Dec 12, 2017, 10:13 PM
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2609 St Claude Ave·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: 48DZRY
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This application is for HDLC REVIEW ONLY to renovate an existing McDonalds




323 Verret St·Renovation (Structural) ·Ref Code: 51EKS4
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Renovate existing two-story building, including new rooftop addition and exterior cladding materials.





2014 Magazine St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: 5DX20N
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Supplementary permit to open and active Permit # 17-27336-RNVN to increase the scope and value of work that was discovered upon completion of interior demolition conducted under Permit # 17-19167-DEMI. The increased scope of the work includes additional air conditioning, electrical, upgrade to proposed elevator, additional masonry, labor and materials which amounts to an increase in cost in the amount of $492,000.00.

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3000 St Claude Ave·Renovation (Structural) ·Ref Code: 1BY7YY
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Preliminary permit application for HDLC review and conceptual approval to renovate five existing buildings into a hotel, including limited new construction. This project includes five parcels including municipal address 3000, 3014, 3020-22, 3024-26, and 3030-32 St. Claude Avenue. Not a building permit application.



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Old Posted Dec 13, 2017, 3:06 AM
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Final Phase of the Iberville Redevelopment gets funding, bringing it close to the 821 unit goal:
http://www.theadvocate.com/new_orlea...273b6b7b0.html
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Old Posted Dec 13, 2017, 6:03 PM
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Canal crossing:









Springhill/ Towneplace Suites

Buckhoist is coming down today so must be entering final stretch to open next month



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Old Posted Dec 13, 2017, 10:01 PM
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It will be interesting to see if anyone can do something with the block across from Canal Crossing and the Budget car rental lot farther down Canal.

Looks like Jaeger is moving his attention to the Royal Cosmopolitan hotel project:
http://realestate.nola.com/realestat...art_river_home

That project just seems like it will be a pain to go through the various approval processes. Surprised we haven't heard anything about the Plaza Tower or the Convention Center project.
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Old Posted Dec 13, 2017, 10:29 PM
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It will be interesting to see if anyone can do something with the block across from Canal Crossing and the Budget car rental lot farther down Canal.

Looks like Jaeger is moving his attention to the Royal Cosmopolitan hotel project:
http://realestate.nola.com/realestat...art_river_home

That project just seems like it will be a pain to go through the various approval processes. Surprised we haven't heard anything about the Plaza Tower or the Convention Center project.
that guy is seriously involved in everything... im always on the fence with buildings that tall in that area. considering all the available surface level parking we have around town and not too far from there it would be nice to develop those first but
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Final Ferry Terminal Plans

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Old Posted Dec 14, 2017, 12:44 AM
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Looks like a big improvement to me:

opening that area up will really help traffic flow









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Odeon - South Market



Found this rendering of the Odeon from an alternate perspective on NOLA.com
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Found this rendering of the Odeon from an alternate perspective on NOLA.com
interesting ... that rendering sure makes it look like the building slowly slopes outwards at the top.. the windows seem to reaffirm that hmm ... well the odeon was seeking bza waivers this week and received them.. so expect that one to start in the new year
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Old Posted Dec 14, 2017, 4:53 AM
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MAGNOLIA BRIDGE REFURBISHMENT PROJECT TO BEGIN IN EARLY 2018



The City and State are currently processing contracts to refurbish the Magnolia Bridge, which crosses Bayou St. John near Cabrini High School. Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in early 2018.




The project scope of work includes:

Cleaning and painting the superstructure and decking;
Sealing cracks in the sub-structure; and
Replacing decking, beams, and other structural components.

The Magnolia Bridge was one of the first bridges to provide access over Bayou St. John and is often used for weddings and other special events. The project is cost-shared with the Regional Planning Commission and the Department of Transportation and Development using Federal funds.

Details of the construction sequencing and timeline will be available at the pre-construction public meeting which is tentatively scheduled for February 2018. Email RoadWork@nola.gov to be added to the Magnolia Bridge contact list.
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Old Posted Dec 15, 2017, 2:41 AM
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interesting ... that rendering sure makes it look like the building slowly slopes outwards at the top.. the windows seem to reaffirm that hmm ... well the odeon was seeking bza waivers this week and received them.. so expect that one to start in the new year
The corner windows definitely get larger as they go up.. If it actually does slope out that should really add some drama to that building/skyline
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Old Posted Dec 15, 2017, 6:08 PM
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Odeon

Has the Odeon's height been given yet? I'm hoping for at least 350'!
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Has the Odeon's height been given yet? I'm hoping for at least 350'!
From the sketches posted earlier on Nov. 7, the roof is at 323'-8".
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Old Posted Dec 15, 2017, 10:09 PM
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Here's the December aerial update for the new airport terminal:

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Old Posted Dec 17, 2017, 6:00 PM
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Has the Odeon's height been given yet? I'm hoping for at least 350'!
Looking at what else has been built in city heightwise the odeon should be tallest building built since 1988 and when whats now called benson tower was built
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The Ferry Terminal looks good. The floating roof reminds me of the old Rivergate. I wish they could do something about the floodwall, though... maybe put removable panels in this section or something so there's not a giant wall blocking views out Canal Street.

Wait a minute, is the original Eads Plaza building getting demolished? I don't see it between the ferry terminal and the fountain in those renderings. The only thing remaining is that awful claptrap Crazy Lobster.

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interesting ... that rendering sure makes it look like the building slowly slopes outwards at the top.. the windows seem to reaffirm that hmm ... well the odeon was seeking bza waivers this week and received them.. so expect that one to start in the new year
That's just an optical illusion because the rendering has no perspective in the vertical direction. You can confirm that, just lay another dialog box over the rendering and you can see it's perfectly vertical.
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I know this might be a bit off topic, but are there any plans to extend the streetcar? It seems to me that New Orleans has the grounds for a great and comprehensive streetcar system, if only they invest a little more in it.
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The Rampart and Loyola streetcar lines are fairly new. Canal line was just extended slightly to connect to a transfer area north of City Park Ave. NORTA has plans to extend THE Rampart line further down St. Claude if money becomes available. Not sure what else is in the long term plan.
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Old Posted Dec 18, 2017, 4:04 AM
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You may see a few extensions of the Rampart/Loyola and Riverfront lines, but anything new would be a hard sell. It’s hugely expensive and no faster than a bus. That being said they are exploring ways to speed up the streetcar lines and also consider bus rapid transit in the future.
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You may see a few extensions of the Rampart/Loyola and Riverfront lines, but anything new would be a hard sell. It’s hugely expensive and no faster than a bus. That being said they are exploring ways to speed up the streetcar lines and also consider bus rapid transit in the future.
I would tend to agree.. future expansions that are likely are the riverfront line down to whatever happens with the convention center property and extensions down rampart to at least press street
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