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Is there any fear by the new developers of the Rault Center that its history will cause problems? People my age can't think of the building without seeing the bodies.
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Is there any fear by the new developers of the Rault Center that its history will cause problems? People my age can't think of the building without seeing the bodies.
Nah I don't think many people know the history of it anymore. Plus, for some reason people who come to New Orleans and visit seem like to like gruesome stories like that. I can see this place becoming a haunted tour stop lol
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What would be more interesting is if they make old Charity into apartments. Probably a few spirits left in there haha
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Wow, that Rault hotel has got to be the most unimaginative design for reuse I can think of. They're basically just putting it back the way it was, no new design elements or anything remotely courageous.

This isn't even a historic building, there's nothing to preserve! Just a boring-ass 60s office box, now preserved in amber. Ugh. Even Houston has done some interesting stuff with reuse now.

At least the new infill proposals in Mid City and the LGD are nice... I'm especially excited for the LGD one, around the way from my place. The Magazine/Melpomene corner really needs something, and with Jonathan Tate as architect, it's bound to be something fresh.
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Nina Compton's Warehouse District Stunner Compère Lapin Will Open in June




http://nola.eater.com/2015/4/16/8429...n-will-open-in


Anticipated Wing & Daiq Shack Bourrée May NOT Be in Danger of Not Opening



http://nola.eater.com/2015/4/24/8486...of-not-opening




Kream ice cream parlor opens on Oak Street, newspaper reports

http://www.nola.com/dining/index.ssf..._story_package




New Permits:

5702 Crowder Blvd·New Construction ·Ref Code: S4SKJD
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Type:
New Construction
Applicant:
Jared Ducote
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
4/29/2015 11:05:55 AM
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No
Description
Construction of a New Retail Pharmacy Building as per plans.






600 Carondelet St·HDLC COA ·Ref Code: DS4F1Z
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Michael Glenboski
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Permit Case Created
Date Filed:
4/28/2015 1:56:51 PM
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Supplemental to permit 1426328-RNVN and 14-26332-NEWC. Pool being added to existing roof, plans have been reviewed and approved by DHH.


3111 Grand Route St John [Deblanc Pharmacy Parking]·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Permit #15-12377-RNVN ·Ref Code: B0FATS
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Date Filed:
4/23/2015 3:31:14 PM
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Renovate vacant yogurt shop into a standard restaurant (includes installation of kitchen hood and ventilation) per sketch and HDLC. No electrical work under this permit.





1503 Tchoupitoulas St, Rear·Change of Use · Permit #15-12762-CUSE ·Ref Code: PZVL5P
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Neil Alexander
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4/28/2015 11:11:48 AM
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Change of use of rear building behind single family residence to a 2-bedroom bed & breakfast as per sketch.


MID CITY - craft cocktail dive bar Twelve Mile Limit will be reopening tonight at 5pm after closing for several days for a renovation. The bar's Facebook page says that after renovations, they'll be able to stay open till 2am every night (except Sunday) and will offer a late night happy hour from midnight to 2am. (Eaterwire)
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Old Posted May 5, 2015, 5:09 PM
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Bayou Wine Garden slated to open by end of summer
http://midcitymessenger.com/2015/05/...end-of-summer/

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Bayou Wine Garden, an old-world-style wine bar and restaurant, is slated to open adjacent to Bayou Beer Garden in Mid-City by the end of summer, according to owning partner David Demarest.

Demarest said a construction crew ground broke Monday on the new venture, and the official opening is slated for Sep. 10 — although owners may push that date up even sooner. The restaurant and wine bar, which will connect by courtyard to the beer hall and eatery Bayou Beer Garden, was approved by New Orleans City Planning Commission in November and then by New Orleans City Council in December.

“We’re really excited,” Demarest said. “We’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback. And we’re trying to do more of what we know how to do, which is patio setting dining.”

Architectural plans call for an arched bridge to connect the two bars outdoors. Although owners want to replicate the casual atmosphere of Bayou Beer Garden, the new bar will also be slightly more polished, offering “French Quarter-style” dining and wine sipping complete with in-house cured meats, cheeses and more than 150 different types of wine.
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Old Posted May 5, 2015, 7:54 PM
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Just a little thing, but I noticed just now that Xavier is building what must be a pedestrian bridge over Washington Ave from the main campus to the Convocation Center.

And, Granaio will go before the council again: http://www.nola.com/politics/index.s...l#incart_river
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Looks like the bankruptcy case has been dismissed for Market Street Properties, owner of the power plant. Joe Jaeger agreed to pay their debts in exchange for control of the property, and he's looking for "a successful commercial and entertainment area beginning with the adaptive reuse of the iconic structure for a large anchor retail tenant".

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

Not sure what tenant they're looking for, but I sure hope it isn't Bass Pro Shops again... their Memphis deal for the old Pyramid Arena, like every other Bass Pro store, required huge taxpayer subsidy to prop up a business that doesn't make economic sense. Cabela's has the exact same business model of bilking taxpayers, so they're not any better.
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Looks like the bankruptcy case has been dismissed for Market Street Properties, owner of the power plant. Joe Jaeger agreed to pay their debts in exchange for control of the property, and he's looking for "a successful commercial and entertainment area beginning with the adaptive reuse of the iconic structure for a large anchor retail tenant".

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

Not sure what tenant they're looking for, but I sure hope it isn't Bass Pro Shops again... their Memphis deal for the old Pyramid Arena, like every other Bass Pro store, required huge taxpayer subsidy to prop up a business that doesn't make economic sense. Cabela's has the exact same business model of bilking taxpayers, so they're not any better.
I would love a Target, Movie Theatre and some random national retailers.
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Old Posted May 6, 2015, 4:57 PM
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Looks like the bankruptcy case has been dismissed for Market Street Properties, owner of the power plant. Joe Jaeger agreed to pay their debts in exchange for control of the property, and he's looking for "a successful commercial and entertainment area beginning with the adaptive reuse of the iconic structure for a large anchor retail tenant".

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

Not sure what tenant they're looking for, but I sure hope it isn't Bass Pro Shops again... their Memphis deal for the old Pyramid Arena, like every other Bass Pro store, required huge taxpayer subsidy to prop up a business that doesn't make economic sense. Cabela's has the exact same business model of bilking taxpayers, so they're not any better.
Very much agree with you. It makes no sense to put a hunting store in the middle of a city...the last place someone is actually going hunting. Given the location I don't know that any suburban oriented stores make sense save for an IKEA and they like large floorplates for their building. They would probably either touch down in Elmwood or the area by Earhart where Restaurant Supple and Costco is.

Id like to see something like neiman marcus or Nordstrom there, an Alamo drafthouse cinema, shakeshack etc.





12 More Stores Announced for Phase II of Fremaux Town Center Development



http://canalstreetbeat.com/12-more-s...r-development/




Construction Begins on Historic Rehab of “Permanently Affordable” Apartment Development




http://canalstreetbeat.com/construct...t-development/



Neglected World's Fair Sculpture to Have Home in City Park





http://nola.curbed.com/archives/2015...-city-park.php



New Orleans Convention Center board approves plans for new park





http://www.theneworleansadvocate.com...n-center-board



City blesses Children’s Hospital plan to replace dilapidated NOAH homes with parking garage




http://uptownmessenger.com/2015/05/c...arking-garage/



Tulane wins initial approval to demolish former Newcomb building



http://uptownmessenger.com/2015/05/n...live-coverage/



New community clinic opens in New Orleans East


Read more: http://neworleanscitybusiness.com/bl...#ixzz3ZNvhlg6t

http://neworleanscitybusiness.com/bl...w+Orleans+East



Sound Cafe proposed to re-open in Mid-City



http://midcitymessenger.com/2015/04/...n-in-mid-city/




Wisner Blvd. overpass to be demolished and new structure to be added to Big Lake



http://midcitymessenger.com/2015/04/...d-to-big-lake/


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GNO Foundation Building... Also Noticed the GNOCHI Insititute Next Door Finally Has Signs up In the window that its Opening this Fall



















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7701 Walmsley Ave·New Construction ·Ref Code: JDLNP8
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Applicant:
Kevin Moran
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
4/30/2015 9:07:33 AM
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No
Description
Construct a 3,583 sf two story Maintenance Building as per plans


333 Chartres St·Renovation (Structural) ·Ref Code: CE4W85
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Applicant:
Charles Silbernagel
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
5/3/2015 5:04:09 PM
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No
Description
Roof Top Addition



2305 St Charles Ave·Renovation (Structural) ·Ref Code: REXQQE
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Applicant:
Thomas Slack
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
5/1/2015 11:56:04 AM
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No
Description
Construct 2-stry balcony to existing double (2305-07) as per sketch, and 15-13274-HDLC.









1031 Canal St·HDLC COA · Permit #13-43016-HDLC ·Ref Code: 02Y45R
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HDLC COA
Applicant:
Harry Baker Smith Architects
Status:
Permit Issued
Date Filed:
5/6/2015 11:39:30 AM
Closed:
No
Description
Construction of 17 story, multi-use building to include retail, parking, and residential units as per HDLC C of A and CPC Zoning Docket 73-11. The Swimming pool is not included.


This isn't the permit to actually build but at least we know the project is still moving along. HDLC has finally signed off on the plans.










900 Canal St·Renovation (Non-Structural)
·Ref Code: BAF1NA
Type:
Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Mark Mockus
tatus:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
4/29/2015 8:46:20 AM
Closed:
No
Description
interior renovation to an existing retail tenant. No structural work is to be performed.





2001 Canal St, 101 N Prieur St·Conditional Use · Project #ZD048-15 ·Ref Code: UN3CVJ
Type:
Conditional Use
Applicant:
2001 Canal Blvd LLC
Status:
Signs Sent to Safety & Permits
Date Filed:
4/7/2015 12:00:00 AM
Closed:
No
Description
A Conditional Use to add additional floors to an existing building with off street parking and a FAR waiver. The plans for the proposed hotel are below. This will be great infill by the new hospitals. One question I have is it appears from the plans that a large amount of hotel rooms on the left side of the building don't have windows. can you do that?
























2900-2912 Canal St·Minor Subdivision · Project #SD045-15 ·Ref Code: UG6CEX
Type:
Minor Subdivision
Applicant:
2912 Canal St LLC
Status:
Notification to Outside Agencies
Date Filed:
4/10/2015 9:41:43 AM
Closed:
Description
Requesting to subdivide Lots A, 1,2, and 23 into Lots 2A and 23A for addresses located at 2900 and 2912 Canal Street., Sq. 631 1 st. M.D. bb Canal, S. Dupre, Cleveland Ave., & S. Gayoso St.
This is to allow for the development of Vacant Land at 2900 Canal into a new building.






4152 Canal St·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Permit #15-10141-RNVN ·Ref Code: 4Y5Q6J
Type:
Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Scott Mouledous Construction
Status:
Permit Issued
Date Filed:
4/6/2015 2:27:28 PM
Closed:
No
Description
Extend parking lot as per plans and Ordinance 26239 mcs



311 N Peters St·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·
Ref Code: 7JR1R1
Type:
Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Jeffery Harwood
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
5/6/2015 1:03:00 PM
Closed:
No
Description

White Box” build out for future tenant in existing structure.






6100 Hamburg St, Ste D·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: 61V2CP
Type:
Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Mark A Johnson
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
5/5/2015 4:03:00 PM
Closed:
No
Description

Tenant build out to Suite D as per plans: Electrical, flooring, plumbing, walls, sheetrock; paint and trim.






1101 Decatur St, 1st floor·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: EU6JTK
Type:
Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Diane Hickman
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
5/5/2015 1:04:19 PM
Closed:
No
Description
Interior Renovation only for Tenant Build-Out of a Retail Store in a vacant building.








6003 Bullard Ave, Suite 7·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: PT2LT7
Type:
Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Steve Finegan
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
5/4/2015 4:33:03 PM
Closed:
No
Description
Interior build-out of existing vacant tenant space into a "white box" space for tenant. Construct new demising wall, toilet room, janitor closet and electrical closet.






1830 St Bernard Ave·Renovation (Non-Structural)
·Ref Code: 5FSNWV
Type:
Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Jerone Bostick
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
5/4/2015 4:27:26 PM
Closed:
No
Description
Change of use of existing 2-story building from residential to business and retail use as per plans.





1409 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd·Renovation (Non-Structural) ·Ref Code: 11P4CM
Type:
Renovation (Non-Structural)
Applicant:
Jennifer Wells
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
5/1/2015 9:47:39 AM
Closed:
No
Description
Interior renovation of existing building for Iberia Bank Branch as per plans. Addition of ramp at exterior to provide access to new A.T.M.






814 Baronne St·Renovation (Structural) ·Ref Code: UH1QWR
Type:
Renovation (Structural)
Applicant:
Danai J Columbus
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
5/5/2015 10:38:55 AM
Closed:
No
Description
Construct balcony as per plans.






Zaxby's to open first New Orleans-area restaurant in Covington. The new Zaxby's will be the first of eight the chain plans to open in the New Orleans area over the next few years, a company spokesperson said




http://www.nola.com/dining/index.ssf...new_orlea.html
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Old Posted May 7, 2015, 2:33 PM
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What does everyone think of the Convention Center's plan for the linear park on Convention Center Blvd.? I support improving it, but am concerned about taking out a lane of traffic in each direction. Seems traffic is bad enough there at times with two lanes. Especially when buses are dropping off at the Convention Center or if it is a day when cruises are leaving.

Also, does this plan basically mean the streetcar plans to extend down Convention Center Blvd. are dead?
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What does everyone think of the Convention Center's plan for the linear park on Convention Center Blvd.? I support improving it, but am concerned about taking out a lane of traffic in each direction. Seems traffic is bad enough there at times with two lanes. Especially when buses are dropping off at the Convention Center or if it is a day when cruises are leaving.

Also, does this plan basically mean the streetcar plans to extend down Convention Center Blvd. are dead?
Yes.. they plan to do some sort of people mover. I support the improvements . Traffic I think can still work for two lanes. remember the cruise ship traffic is at the very end and that wont be affected.
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Great to see substantial infill development in the 2000 block of Canal!

For some reason I got an email from the Paramount. Prices start at 1875/mo and up!

http://paramountnola.com/loftcontact/
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Great to see substantial infill development in the 2000 block of Canal!

For some reason I got an email from the Paramount. Prices start at 1875/mo and up!

http://paramountnola.com/loftcontact/

That pricing is for the "loft" units in the building compared to the regular units in this pricing schedule.

http://paramountnola.com/availability/


With all of the downtown housing coming online in the next year, I'm curious to see what kind of relief renters will see around the city. As a renter myself, it's pretty crazy out there just compared to a few years ago, and I don't see how the city can continue handling these prices without real, major economic gains. Eventually everyone will need to do AirBnB to pay rent!
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That pricing is for the "loft" units in the building compared to the regular units in this pricing schedule.

http://paramountnola.com/availability/


With all of the downtown housing coming online in the next year, I'm curious to see what kind of relief renters will see around the city. As a renter myself, it's pretty crazy out there just compared to a few years ago, and I don't see how the city can continue handling these prices without real, major economic gains. Eventually everyone will need to do AirBnB to pay rent!
That's why more inventory is good ...we want to stay affordable .


Also Virgin Hotel is looking to open a location here. This is Richard Bransons new hotel chain. One is currently open in Chicago


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Virgin Hotel...interesting. I wonder if it will be a new build or a redevelopment. Nice to see potential foreign investment in town.
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Virgin Hotel...interesting. I wonder if it will be a new build or a redevelopment. Nice to see potential foreign investment in town.
I know the location but until things are concrete I'll keep it to myself . This location would be new build.
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What does everyone think of the Convention Center's plan for the linear park on Convention Center Blvd.? I support improving it, but am concerned about taking out a lane of traffic in each direction. Seems traffic is bad enough there at times with two lanes. Especially when buses are dropping off at the Convention Center or if it is a day when cruises are leaving.

Also, does this plan basically mean the streetcar plans to extend down Convention Center Blvd. are dead?
I think the people mover concept on Convention Center Blvd is a much better replacement for the older riverfront streetcar. Take that old streetcar alignment and use it for a bus road. Hopefully the new system works with NORTA's streetcar system and isn't some kind of weird one-off. They'd have to build the tracks with trolley gauge but it could be a great way to extend rail down towards the LGD.
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I think the people mover concept on Convention Center Blvd is a much better replacement for the older riverfront streetcar. Take that old streetcar alignment and use it for a bus road. Hopefully the new system works with NORTA's streetcar system and isn't some kind of weird one-off. They'd have to build the tracks with trolley gauge but it could be a great way to extend rail down towards the LGD.
I thought they scrapped the people mover? If I remember correctly they were just going to add moving walkways inside the convention center instead.
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