It's been a bit since we checked in on 234 Loyola. Construction has continued since the beginning of the year, when we first reported on Green Coast Enterprises' renovations of the historic building that includes turning its famed WWII-era dance hall into two story loft apartments. Now, officially, the building is in Green Coast's hands. They closed last week on 234 Loyola, purchasing the brick building for $4.8M. Its previous owner, Johnann LLC belongs to Lou Talebloo, a property manager and owner of Talebloo Rugs. Now that's a diverse portfolio. For more historic info and a look at the neighborhood as a whole, head over to New Orleans Public Library's online exhibit of From Common and Basin to Tulane and Loyola: 150 Years of Change in Our Neighborhood.
· Green Coast Enterprises Purchases 234 Loyola Avenue For Mixed-Use Development [Canal Street Beat]
· 234 Loyola [Curbed NOLA]
· From Common and Basin to Tulane and Loyola: 150 Years of Change in Our Neighborhood [NOPL]