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  1. Been reading a lot of articles pertaining to 'food deserts'. One particular area that surprises me as being a food desert area or low income area is the champion forest/1960 area. IMO a trader joes would thrive on 1960/CCP (Cypress Creek Parkway). Thoughts?
  2. Work has started on a mixed-use development at 1480 Nicholson Drive at the site of the old Prince Murat Hotel, more than 12 years after plans were first announced for the project... ...River House will have 224 luxury apartments spread over a pair of four-story buildings, a 34,000-square-foot, three-story office building, 15,000 square feet of retail and a 4,600-square-foot community clubhouse. More at: http://theadvocate.com/news/business/13211068-123/developer-constructing-river-house-apartment
  3. Radio Bar owners planning Mid City beer garden that'll serve food, show sporting events The owners of the Radio Bar, a popular Mid City neighborhood cocktail lounge, have submitted plans for a beer garden that would be built at the intersection of Government Street and Steele Boulevard. The beer garden would be built at 3808 Government St., said Kelli Paxton, manager of the Radio Bar, who would be co-owner and general manger of the new property. Plans are to have a climate-controlled area surrounding an open space that would be about 1,200 to 1,400 square feet — about the same size as the interior of the Radio Bar, Paxton said. The bar will be located on a 1.2-acre lot. More at: http://theadvocate.com/news/business/13113566-123/radio-bar-owners-planning-mid
  4. Square 46 moves forward ..The property will be improved with a 25,000-square-foot mixed-use development with retail, office and restaurant establishments and up to 15 high-density residential units. A 2,000-square-foot space is designated for a breakfast/coffee shop; another 3,500-square-foot space is set aside for a restaurant. More at: https://www.businessreport.com/realestate/su22-tom-cook
  5. A Mississippi-based company is planning an upscale senior living development on 8.5 acres within The Grove, Richard Carmouche’s planned unit development located just off Interstate 10 behind the Mall of Louisiana. The Blake at The Grove, as the development will be called, will consist of 213 units of independent living, assisted living and memory care. It will also include a community center, pool and fitness center, and maintenance building with associated parking. Cardinal Ventures of Richland is developing the project and filed a final development plan earlier today with the local Planning Commission. More At: https://www.businessreport.com/article/grove-include-new-upscale-senior-living-facility
  6. Our Lady of the Lake has released new renderings and details about its long-planned Children’s Hospital, which will be located on a 60-acre tract of hospital-owned property that runs parallel to Interstate 10 between Essen Lane and Bluebonnet Boulevard. More at: https://www.businessreport.com/article/olol-childrens-hospital-break-ground-years-end
  7. Six local businesses relocating to newly renovated warehouse in heart of Nicholson corridor An old warehouse on Nicholson Drive near the Mississippi River Bridge soon will be the new home to several tenants with design or artistically related businesses. The 18,000-square-foot building at 1010 Nicholson Drive will be called 1010 Nick and will represent something of a milestone in the redevelopment of the Nicholson corridor between downtown and LSU. More at: https://www.businessreport.com/article/six-local-businesses-relocating-newly-renovated-warehouse-heart-nicholson-corridor
  8. A group of investors led by Mo Vij, the founder of local IT company General Informatics, has acquired an 8.5-acre tract of vacant land at the intersection of Highland Road and Bluebonnet Boulevard for $3.6 million, with plans to develop an office and commercial complex on the site that will be modeled after the campus-style settings of high-tech giants like Microsoft and Apple. The new development will be called @Highland, and it will include a 45,000-square-foot, three-story office building that will front on Highland and be the new headquarters for General Informatics... More at: https://www.businessreport.com/article/high-tech-office-park-planned-8-acre-site-highland-bluebonnet
  9. The Knock Knock Children’s Museum will finally break ground next week after more than a decade of raising money and several false starts. BREC and the nonprofit Knock Knock board of directors have secured a contractor to build the museum, which was designed to sit on a sloped hill near City-Brooks Community Park on Dalrymple Drive. An official groundbreaking ceremony will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday for the building, which is designed to have three peaks and walls of windows. The agency had not yet disclosed the contractor. BREC spokeswoman Cheryl Michelet said the contractor will be introduced at the groundbreaking ceremony. More at: http://theadvocate.com/news/12119386-123/finally-knock-knock-childrens-museum
  10. Late article... Construction crews broke ground on the Settlement at Willow Grove in February 2013. To date, Carmouche said crews have built 225 homes, but finishing the entire neighborhood development would take about another three years. The housing portion of the development will feature a mix of condos, townhomes, garden homes and houses ranging from 1,300 to 7,000 square feet, and ranging in price from about $292,500 to more than $1.5 million. The commercial portion of the development will offer four buildings for retail, office and residential space. Developers just announced it will add Bistro Byronz to the commercial sectionof the development, The Village at Willow Grove on Settlement Boulevard... More at: http://www.nola.com/business/baton-rouge/index.ssf/2014/02/the_settlement_at_willow_grove.html
  11. Baton Rouge is getting a new hotel. According to The Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, local real estate developer Mike Wampold has broken ground on the redevelopment of the 12-story the old Louisiana National Bank Building. The property is located at 150 N. Third St. in the city’s downtown. He plans to turn the 88-year-old building into a 146-room hotel. More At: http://www.cpexecutive.com/cities/baton-rouge/wampold-starts-work-on-new-hotel-in-downtown-baton-rouge/1004117282.html
  12. Drago’s Seafood Restaurant, the New Orleans eatery best known for its charbroiled oysters, is looking at opening locations in Baton Rouge and Lafayette. A location for the Lafayette restaurant should be announced “in the next couple of days,” said Ron St. Pierre, a spokesman for Drago’s. That restaurant should open later this year. Drago’s is also interested in opening a Baton Rouge restaurant, possibly as part of a mixed-use development that would be built off Highland Road in front of the Country Club of Louisiana. “We are interested in that piece of property, but we are strictly in the negotiation phase,” St. Pierre said. While Baton Rouge is a priority market, a Drago’s wouldn’t open in the city before 2016. Plans are in the works to build a 45,000- to 55,000-square-foot mixed-use development in front of the Country Club, on the side of State Bank and Trust. More At: http://theadvocate.com/news/11879316-123/popular-new-orleans-restaurant-dragos
  13. Baton Rouge is getting a new luxury apartment complex. The Wampold Companies has finally started work on the Bayonne at Southshore, a luxury rental community on Stanford Avenue. According to The Advocate, the project is expected to cost about $42 million. More at: http://www.multihousingnews.com/cities/baton-rouge/wampold-cos-to-demolish-rebuild-on-5-5-acre-apartment-site-3/1004113527.html
  14. The Advocate will build a new corporate headquarters in Baton Rouge from which to manage its growing portfolio of newspapers and websites across south Louisiana. The building will be on a now-vacant lot fronting the paper’s production plant on Rieger Road at Siegen Lane, near Interstate 10. The three-story, 48,500- square-foot building... More At: http://theadvocate.com/home/10091316-123/the-advocate-to-build-new
  15. Plans for the Pointe-Marie Planned Unit Development have been submitted to the City-Parish Planning Commission. Pointe-Marie is a mixed-use development that would be built on a nearly 120-acre strip connecting Nicholson Drive and River Road, across from Innovation Park Drive. The development would have 565 single-family residential units, a village center with 285 multi-family units and 275,000 square feet of retail and commercial office space and a motor coach square with 236 lots. More At: http://theadvocate.com/home/8812262-125/pointe-marie-proposed-on-nicholson-river-road
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