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Ground broken on Odyssey house, opioid addiction treatment facility in old Bohn Ford building on Broad: http://uptownmessenger.com/2018/02/o...ainst-opioids/
Good to hear! Not exactly a sexy project but one thats needed nonetheless!







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Older article but has some interesting details:




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Crane #2 being constructed at 1031 canal when I passed by today.
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walked a block over from the house to try and take a good pic of them:





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Thanks for those photos ... btw the wall between old woolworths and the neighboring building clearly was failing . so the hard rock is demoing in the wall... not sure but i guess they will be building a new party wall
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Lemoine now has legit fencing up at the Stephens Garage site.
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I haven't been able to find anything online. About a year ago, there was a proposal to build a new small theater on the site of the old Robert E Lee Theater near West End. Has anything come of that?
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I haven't been able to find anything online. About a year ago, there was a proposal to build a new small theater on the site of the old Robert E Lee Theater near West End. Has anything come of that?
i dont think financing ever came through on that..dont know anything more... seems like a tough thing to get financing for in the world today.. it was expensive to build too unlike broad street theater
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One side of Canal Crossing has reached the top floor:











Grand Opening March 1st (waiting on liquor license)





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So. Much. Hotel. Construction. I guess we’re sticking to tourism, and doubling down. Seriously though, I do hope the DXC jobs spawns further job growth, and the new airport brings more flights which could help business growth.
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So. Much. Hotel. Construction. I guess we’re sticking to tourism, and doubling down. Seriously though, I do hope the DXC jobs spawns further job growth, and the new airport brings more flights which could help business growth.
It certainly seems like we’re due over overcapacity at some point! Then again, maybe more hotel rooms will drive down costs and keep the proliferation of AirBnBs under control. It’s sad what’s happening to the Treme and Marigny/Bywater.

Edit: hotels must be making plenty of money already if they keep building new ones as YoY numbers tend to be flat or declining.
https://neworleanscitybusiness.com/b...op-in-numbers/
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It certainly seems like we’re due over overcapacity at some point! Then again, maybe more hotel rooms will drive down costs and keep the proliferation of AirBnBs under control. It’s sad what’s happening to the Treme and Marigny/Bywater.

Edit: hotels must be making plenty of money already if they keep building new ones as YoY numbers tend to be flat or declining.
https://neworleanscitybusiness.com/b...op-in-numbers/
It's a lot of projects, but on average, they aren't very large. 1000-2000 rooms under various stages of development is not all that much for a major tourist, event, and convention destination. Plus the AirBnB regulations took a lot of those properties out of the market, especially in the FQ.

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Market Name As of August 2016
New Orleans 1,381
Atlanta 1,580
Tampa/St. Petersburg, Fla. 1,878
Orlando, Fla. 2,129
Nashville, Tenn. 2,703
Houston 5,625
Dallas 5,143
New York 16,301
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It's a lot of projects, but on average, they aren't very large. 1000-2000 rooms under various stages of development is not all that much for a major tourist, event, and convention destination. Plus the AirBnB regulations took a lot of those properties out of the market, especially in the FQ.

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Market Name As of August 2016
New Orleans 1,381
Atlanta 1,580
Tampa/St. Petersburg, Fla. 1,878
Orlando, Fla. 2,129
Nashville, Tenn. 2,703
Houston 5,625
Dallas 5,143
New York 16,301
Yeah thats the thing no one really builds thousand plus hotel room hotels anymore
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Little Update on the infill neighborhood (The Oaks) we are about sold out of:

















912 Royal St·VCC General Work ·Ref Code: VU71V0
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1/30/2018
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Description
Replace a pre-existing plaque to mark the home site of Princess Alice of Monaco, Alice Heine. It is a bronze tooled plaque. Recessed: black oxide and raised : bronze. Pebble w/brushed surface with an inset single line border. 20’’ x 20’’ and 5/16’’ thick. Grimaldi’s crest in bronze. The unveiling of the plaque will be the occasion for an official visit of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco in March, 2018




Mayor Landrieu, Xavier University President to Cut Ribbon on University’s First Pedestrian-Friendly Bridge
FEBRUARY 22, 2018
NEW ORLEANS – TOMORROW, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018, Mayor Mitch Landrieu and Xavier University President Reynolds Verret will cut ribbon on the University’s first pedestrian-friendly bridge. Located above the Washington Avenue Canal, the bridge will provide students and residents with a safe route from Drexel Drive and Washington Avenue.





827 Canal St, Front Sidewalk·Dumpster/Construction Zone · Permit #18-06265-RCZD ·Ref Code: TN383G
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2/22/2018
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Partial Removal of Panels from face of building
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About 95% of sheetrock has been installed at the new Delgado Community College River City campus. Next up: brick, metal paneling and curtain wall exteriors. When completed, the $20M design-build project will yield classrooms and hands-on training labs for students to learn skills such as welding, shipfitting and more.





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NEWMAN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CENTER



NEWMAN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Newman Science & Technology Center
The new Isidore Newman Science & Technology Center is a three story, 33,212 square foot state of the art facility situated adjacent to the Lemle building and Henson Auditorium on a compact site on the south portion of campus. The building serves as an instrument to put education on display. The exterior design reinforces this concept with its transparency while also being considerate of its context in both materiality and form, utilizing light brick and standing seam metal roof it builds on the architectural language of recently developed buildings on campus to further reinforce the architectural identity of Isidore Newman School. The hip roof and the rhythm of the façade are an ode to the surrounding vernacular of the uptown neighborhood.
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OCHSNER GAYLE AND TOM BENSON CANCER CENTER EXPANSION












The new Gayle and Tom Benson Cancer Center expansion will add 100,000 sf of space to the facility. The newly constructed 6-story building will be tied into the existing building, creating a single connection point between the two. The expansion, which will double the size of the Cancer Center, will result in more than 26 personalized and semi-private patient chemo infusion stations, infusion and clinic spaces for Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) patients, and a new patient wellness space. The wellness space will be used primarily for patient education and support groups, but will also have space designated for yoga and meditation.
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