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Broward county one is gorgeous but im sure way more expensive .. so i woulsnt exoect anything to look like that unfortunately
I don't like the Omni Nashville but I'll still take that design over the New Orleans proposed Omni.

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I don't like the Omni Nashville but I'll still take that design over the New Orleans proposed Omni.

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i cant disagree.. i know the nola one is bigger but bigger surely doesnt have to mean worse
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210 State St, Building 1·Renovation (Structural) · Ref Code: EWPBMS
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Date Filed:
11/12/2018
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Description
THIS IS PRIMARILY AN INTERIOR RENOVATION TO THE FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS OF THE NORTHEAST WING AT THE NEW ORLEANS ADOLESCENT HOSPITAL BUILDING ON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL STATE STREET CAMPUS. THE EXISTING FIRST FLOOR OFFICE SPACE AND SECOND FLOOR VACANT SPACE, WILL BE RENOVATED TO SERVE THE PROGRAMMING NEEDS OF A PARENT CENTER. MODIFICATIONS OF EXISTING MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WILL BE REQUIRED. A NEW ENTRANCE, ADA-ACCESSIBLE ENTRY AND RAIN PROTECTION CANOPY WILL BE INTRODUCED TO THE FIRST FLOOR TO SERVE AS A MAIN ENTRANCE.



Letting for the NOLA airport Loyola exit i scheduled for next fiscal year.. this must mean they have settled on one of the concepts... budgets 100 million






4133 Banks St·New Construction · Ref Code: 7FGD64
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Construction of a new 1,460 SF pedestrian bridge over Banks St at Jesuit High School. Includes new doors at existing buildings on each end. Also new lighting on the bridge itself for pedestrian traffic only.







Crane is going up for The Odeon today:






Proposal for the upperfloors in the 800 block of canal street:

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210 State St, Building 1·Renovation (Structural) · Ref Code: EWPBMS
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Type:
Renovation (Structural)
Applicant:
Edr Architects
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
11/12/2018
Closed:
No
Description
THIS IS PRIMARILY AN INTERIOR RENOVATION TO THE FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS OF THE NORTHEAST WING AT THE NEW ORLEANS ADOLESCENT HOSPITAL BUILDING ON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL STATE STREET CAMPUS. THE EXISTING FIRST FLOOR OFFICE SPACE AND SECOND FLOOR VACANT SPACE, WILL BE RENOVATED TO SERVE THE PROGRAMMING NEEDS OF A PARENT CENTER. MODIFICATIONS OF EXISTING MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WILL BE REQUIRED. A NEW ENTRANCE, ADA-ACCESSIBLE ENTRY AND RAIN PROTECTION CANOPY WILL BE INTRODUCED TO THE FIRST FLOOR TO SERVE AS A MAIN ENTRANCE.



Letting for the NOLA airport Loyola exit i scheduled for next fiscal year.. this must mean they have settled on one of the concepts... budgets 100 million






4133 Banks St·New Construction · Ref Code: 7FGD64
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Type:
New Construction
Applicant:
Scott Evans
Status:
Application Submitted
Date Filed:
11/14/2018
Closed:
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Description
Construction of a new 1,460 SF pedestrian bridge over Banks St at Jesuit High School. Includes new doors at existing buildings on each end. Also new lighting on the bridge itself for pedestrian traffic only.







Crane is going up for The Odeon today:






Proposal for the upperfloors in the 800 block of canal street:

Very interesting to see more activity on canal street. Where those plans submitted to the city? Is that another Motwani owned property?
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Old Posted Yesterday, 6:13 PM
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Very interesting to see more activity on canal street. Where those plans submitted to the city? Is that another Motwani owned property?
interestingly enough the ddd facilitated this deal with all the owners to utilize their upper floors together and they will all maintain full control of their bottom floors.. nice to see government when its helpful for a change..also if you read the diagram it actually lists the owners of each building ( 3 different ones)
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The Odeon Crane Is Up:






Also good to see Blue Bikes are expanding there coverage area considerably.. be sure to vote soon if theres a hub location you like if you live or work in these areas




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