After originally hitting the market at $1.95 million, City Business reports a traditional Uptown home recently sold for $1.85 million. On a quiet street near the universities, the 4,468 square-foot home features a wraparound front porch and balconies.
NOLA.com reports Tulane University today broke ground on the modern-minded expansion of its A.B. Freeman School of Business. International architecture firm Pelli Clarke Pelli, which has done other projects in New Orleans, is behind the expansion.
After the never-ending SELA drainage project rendered Jefferson Avenue in Uptown virtually impassable, the SW&B says the street will be closed at its Freret Street intersection for five months because of that same project. Closure starts Thursday.
The controversy over a proposed Carrollton Boosters sports complex at the Fly has boiled over, as public outcry caused the project to die. In the wake of the controversy, the Audubon Commission wants to include more public input in future projects.
This pretty home just steps from Audubon Park is a verdant vision, and it just got a big price chop. When it hit the market in January it was asking $2,100,000, and now it's down to $1,850,000. What do you think of the new price? Take a look!
The controversial proposed sports complex at the Fly has been tabled until both sides can discuss the project further, and so far one potential compromise plan has emerged. This plan moves the field at the heart of the complex farther from the river.