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Old Posted Oct 16, 2018, 12:19 PM
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I thought Canal Crossing was adding an additional floor? Those pictures do not seem to show that is happening?
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I thought Canal Crossing was adding an additional floor? Those pictures do not seem to show that is happening?
it said it was on a permit application but i dont know what that actually meant and where the thing was going..
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Old Posted Oct 17, 2018, 6:05 PM
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Tulane Ave

Tennis1400: I looked at your blog and saw something about a Vietnamese restaurant and Smoothie King in a strip mall that I think is on Tulane Ave (I couldn't make out the street names as they were too blurry when I zoomed in). Where is this? Thanks!
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Tennis1400: I looked at your blog and saw something about a Vietnamese restaurant and Smoothie King in a strip mall that I think is on Tulane Ave (I couldn't make out the street names as they were too blurry when I zoomed in). Where is this? Thanks!
it was mentioned in an LSU Real Estate Board Meeting they would be leasing the bottom of the LSU alumni Building and they specifically mentioned Smoothie King and a Vietnamese Restaurant...






Also LSU will be leasing most of the Old Interim Charity Hospital








Also Delgado will be taking over this building:








ALSo UMC has gotten approval to build a new large parking garage with street level retail from october meeting:



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The location of the parking garage is unfortunate, the out-parcels should be reserved for future medical/research office buildings. The garage should be located in the center of the site IMO.

The garage located across the street on Tulane doesn't even look used...
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2018, 12:11 AM
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The location of the parking garage is unfortunate, the out-parcels should be reserved for future medical/research office buildings. The garage should be located in the center of the site IMO.

The garage located across the street on Tulane doesn't even look used...
I believe future expansion is expected to be toward Claiborne on the canal street side.

The garage across tulane is for the lsuhsc campus and I can confirm that it is full.
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I believe future expansion is expected to be toward Claiborne on the canal street side.

The garage across tulane is for the lsuhsc campus and I can confirm that it is full.
A portion of the Canal side is reserved for the immediate expansion of UMC, but the out-parcels are for any use deemed appropriate. Previously the other Tulane parcel was for the now defunct Proton Therapy Center.

http://www.bizneworleans.com/Biz-The...dling-Protons/

That section of tulane needs a lot of work, thinking long term, I don't believe a garage at that location is the best solution IMO.
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2018, 12:16 PM
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The location of the parking garage is unfortunate, the out-parcels should be reserved for future medical/research office buildings. The garage should be located in the center of the site IMO.

The garage located across the street on Tulane doesn't even look used...
Not sure why you would say its unforutnate if its got street level retail. The way alot of these builsing are built now are required to be so far back from the street now because of bomb threats etc its just best to put garages with street level uses there
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I believe future expansion is expected to be toward Claiborne on the canal street side.

The garage across tulane is for the lsuhsc campus and I can confirm that it is full.
If you’re referring to the garage at Tulane and S. Roman the upper 3 floors are often empty. Not saying that they haven’t issued out a permit for every space, but there is hardly ever anyone parked above the 4th level.
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Seems like they could have explored adding floors to an existing garage first, if it's engineered for it. I do hope they can keep at least a block or two of green space, the area sorely needs it.

I would like to see LSU sell off those surface lots along Poydras and have someone put in apartments. Maybe a new garage would help that happen.
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229 Royal St·Renovation (Structural) · Ref Code: ADGSPV
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Converting vacant 4 story structure into a restaurant, offices and spa.
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Old Posted Oct 19, 2018, 5:40 PM
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Took me a second to figure out what this was... recreating the old Dixie Brewery tower! A nice touch
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Old Posted Oct 19, 2018, 6:13 PM
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Still sort of confused why they did not go with LED lighting versus what looks like metal halide
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Old Posted Oct 20, 2018, 12:20 PM
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Looks like they're taking their time on the airport interior. Looks pretty much the same as it did when I went in August.
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Looks like they're taking their time on the airport interior. Looks pretty much the same as it did when I went in August.
they dont exactly have to rush now lol
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2018, 1:10 PM
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601 S Jefferson Davis Prkwy, 600 S Clark St·Design Review · Project #DR157-18 · Ref Code: PT5LTU
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Design Review for a new 2 story multi-purpose building (day care and office) with a playground and parking lot. Located in an MU-1 Medium Intensity Mixed-use District and an EC Enhancement Corridor Design Overlay District












2710 Gentilly Blvd·New Construction · Ref Code: 70BQBU
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New construction of 2 class rooms day care center for St John Berchamn as per plans.


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2400 St Charles Ave·New Construction · Ref Code: QNFYX3
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Harry Smith Jr
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The construction of a new 4 story condominium building with a total of six condo units. This project is part of a conditional use permit which was approved under the previous Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance prior to August 2015. Therefore, a stormwater management plan complying to Article 23 is not required.





4100 Royal St·New Construction · Ref Code: L16PGG
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HDLC design review only of a multi-family mixed-income building to be placed on November 8th HDLC agenda for subsequent referral to ARC (Architectural Review Committee). Property is owned by HANO.
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2018, 3:57 PM
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601 S Jefferson Davis Prkwy, 600 S Clark St·Design Review · Project #DR157-18 · Ref Code: PT5LTU
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Design Review for a new 2 story multi-purpose building (day care and office) with a playground and parking lot. Located in an MU-1 Medium Intensity Mixed-use District and an EC Enhancement Corridor Design Overlay District

Wasn't this supposed to be the YMCA?
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