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Old Posted Apr 7, 2011, 7:56 PM
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Where did you find that out ?
My BidClerk account for work. I told you guys if you had any BC job numbers I could give you the info.
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Old Posted Apr 7, 2011, 9:51 PM
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My BidClerk account for work. I told you guys if you had any BC job numbers I could give you the info.
awesome , must have missed that info...will definitely post the ones I find and of course youcan add any additional info you come across.
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Old Posted Apr 8, 2011, 3:41 AM
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1349995 New Orleans, LA Elderly Care / Assisted Living, Religious / Funeral 04/07/2011
Description Site work and new construction of an assisted living facility in New Orleans. Completed working plans call for the construction of an 83-unit, 57,530-square-foot senior housing development. The owner has determined a list of select general contrac...Click here for complete Project Details


Reverend can you find out what this is for? Thanks in Advance!
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Old Posted Apr 8, 2011, 4:29 AM
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Go back a page or two. I commented on that one the last time you asked about it. It's St. Martin Manor.
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What about this one?

1541017 New Orleans, LA Multi-Residential 04/08/2011
Description Renovation of a multi-residential development in New Orleans. Completed working drawings call for the renovation of a 50,000-square-foot condominium complex.
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1541017 New Orleans, LA Multi-Residential 04/08/2011
Description Renovation of a multi-residential development in New Orleans. Completed working drawings call for the renovation of a 50,000-square-foot condominium complex.
Project Name La Pension Renovation

Project Type Renovation
Building Use Multi-Residential
Reported 04/08/2011
Status GC Bidding
Sector Private
Value $3,000,000.00
Location New Orleans, LA

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Address 115 Decatur St. New Orleans, LA 70121
County Orleans
Bid Date April 19, 2011
Est. Start Date May 2011



Project Description
Renovation of a multi-residential development in New Orleans. Completed working drawings call for the renovation of a 50,000-square-foot condominium complex.

The owner has determined a list of select general contractors to bid on this project. Invited general contractor bids are due April 19, 2011.


Divisions Of Work
General Requirements
Site Work Hot Mix Asphalt Paving, Pavement Markings, Lawns & Grass
Concrete Cast-In-Place Concrete
Metals Pipe Railings
Wood / Plastics Plastic Surfacing, Rough Carpentry, Finish Carpentry
Thermal / Moisture Bituminous Damproofing, Building Insulation, Sheet Metal Flashing & Trim
Doors / Windows Metal Doors & Frames, Wood Doors & Frames, Aluminum Framed Entrances, Vinyl Windows, Door Hardware
Finishes Gypsum Wallboard Drywall, Tile, Carpet, Flooring, Paint
Specialties Postal Specialties, Toilet & Bath Accessories
Equipment Residential Appliances
Furnishings Residential Casework, Horizontal Louver Blinds
Mechanical Pipe & Pipefitting, Valves, Piping Specialties, Plumbing, Mechanical Insulation, Ductwork, Forced Air Furnaces, Motors, Power Ventilators, Air Outlets/Inlets, HVAC
Electrical Conduit, Wire & Cable, Boxes, Wiring Devices, Electric ID, Disconnect Switches, Lighting Fixtures, Smoke Detector Systems, Telephone/Data Systems


Project History
Updated On: 04/08/2011 GC Bidding An additional bidder has been added to the project.
Reported On: 03/29/2011 GC Bidding This project is being reported on in the bidding phase. The project is currently out to bid for general contractors.


Project Contacts
Name Company Role Phone Fax
Project Architect SCNZ Architects Architect (504) 301-3722 (504) 301-3724
Project Estimator Landis Construction GC Bidder (504) 833-6070 (504) 833-6662
Project Estimator Ellis Construction Inc. GC Bidder (504) 483-9510 (504) 483-9520
Project Estimator Gootee Construction GC Bidder (504) 831-1909 (504) 831-1912
Ryan Myers FH Myers Construction GC Bidder (504) 734-1073 (504) 734-1099
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Old Posted Apr 9, 2011, 4:47 AM
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Creole cream cheese factory in Mid-City turning into loft apartments

The city's last Creole cream cheese factory is on its way to becoming 31 energy-efficient, mixed-income apartments surrounded by a community garden in Mid-City.

http://www.nola.com/business/index.s...actory_in.html

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Creole cream cheese. Huh. Whaddya know.... I need to try some of that. Never heard of it.

That's a Domain project... I met some of those guys last week at a lecture they gave at Tulane. Cool stuff - I enjoyed learning about their development strategy.
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Quick Question

Is there a minimum time limit the apartment complexes (Blue Plate, Gold Seal Lofts, Preserve, etc. ) that use the LHFA/CDBG/GO Zone tax credits must have mixed income units? 5 years? 30 years? Forever?
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Old Posted Apr 10, 2011, 12:19 AM
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IIRC, it's 18 years, and there are some stiff penalties associated with breaking the agreement.
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Is there a minimum time limit the apartment complexes (Blue Plate, Gold Seal Lofts, Preserve, etc. ) that use the LHFA/CDBG/GO Zone tax credits must have mixed income units? 5 years? 30 years? Forever?
I have lived in two mixed income buildings in the warehouse district paying market rent. Both places, managed by different companies, told me that when the original low income tenant moves out, they are allowed to fill the unit with market rent. However, the original tenant is allowed to renew for as many years as they want at the lower rate. I have seen first hand a low income resident move out and the unit was filled with a doctor.
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Borders on St. Charles Update

Remember the article about possibly a Best Buy or Apple Store taking over the Borders spot on St. Charles? Well there is now a sign on the building that say, "Stay tuned for something special" or something to that effect, but it definitely says stay tuned. This immediately made me think of Best Buy, like tune in to a tv. However, it could also be a hint related to iTunes or it could be nothing at all and I am reading too far into it. What do you think?
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Old Posted Apr 10, 2011, 3:44 AM
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If Apple moves in, they will most likely build themselves a whole new building in the side lot along St. Charles. That leaves the funeral home for a smallish urban-format Best Buy.

I'm not sure if there's enough parking at that site for both stores, but if the landlord works with the city to open up more street parking, it could work. Apple is surprisingly flexible with parking requirements.

What I don't know is if Apple wants to be next to a Best Buy that also sells computers, phones, and music players. That might be a little too much competition. The intersection is also not what Apple usually chooses when they open new stores... they like high-volume retail areas, so if they opened a store in the City, it would be more likely to go on Magazine or in Canal Place.
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http://www.scnz.net/p_warwick.html

This project is news to me but would be great if it happens!









Rendering of the Joint Forces Annex



Wesley Barrow Stadium Rendering



Jackson Barracks Multi-use Center

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Old Posted Apr 10, 2011, 8:39 PM
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Warwick Hotel

Looks like this hotel is at or near the corner of Gravier and Loyola. It would be another development along the new Loyola Avenue streetcar corridor.




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The Warwick was a pre-Katrina project, that rendering's been up there for years. The Jackson Barracks stuff is moving forward, though.
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Who will play in the Wesley Barrow Stadium?
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Who will play in the Wesley Barrow Stadium?
At one time they were proposing using it in conjunction with the MLB Urban Youth Academy.
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New Orleans Healing Center nearing completion...
http://www.nola.com/business/index.s...ure_store.html

What do y'all think? Could this be a catalyst at transforming St. Claude into a viable commercial corridor?

I think, with this and with the new streetcar, this area is primed for development and we will see downtown neighborhoods rising in popularity in the coming years.
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New Orleans Healing Center nearing completion...
http://www.nola.com/business/index.s...ure_store.html

What do y'all think? Could this be a catalyst at transforming St. Claude into a viable commercial corridor?

I think, with this and with the new streetcar, this area is primed for development and we will see downtown neighborhoods rising in popularity in the coming years.
I agree... I actually think the change in these neighborhoods will be quite dramatic and the change in Freret tells me these smaller comemrcial corridors are perfect for renewal. Rampart/ St Claude will need to become more pedestrian friendly. I had heard the plan for Rampart was to change it to one lane and a bike lane and that parking on the street would be changed to angular parking... seemed like good ideas to me!
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