Today NeighborhoodX visited Little Woods, a sub-district of New Orleans East. As of June 2017, the average price per square foot in the neighborhood is $81, rivaling Gentilly ($79) and not far from Mid-City ($103).
Entergy’s New Orleans East solar power plant, which got up and running recently, officially opened this week. NOLA.com has a first look at the plant, which they describe as "small as far as utility-scale solar goes" but nonetheless impressive.
NOLA.com reports Entergy’s New Orleans East solar power plant, featuring 4,000 solar panels, is up and running. The plant, located near Chef Menteur Highway and Downman Road, officially began operations in June and will be unveiled to the public soon.
Six Flags New Orleans got appraised, the first step in getting the abandoned theme park redeveloped. The McEnery Co. came up with the estimate price for the land only; the rides are essentially worthless. How much is it worth? Read on to find out.
It’s happening! The McEnery Co., which the Industrial Development Board hired to put a value on the abandoned Six Flags New Orleans, is reportedly "well into the appraisal process." The company has a third visit to the site scheduled today. Read on.
After hitting a snaggle in the process of getting Six Flags New Orleans appraised, the first step in maybe redeveloping this giant scrapyard, the Industrial Development Board has selected a company to do the job.
A massive development from the owner of Tipitina's planned for South Shore Marina along Lake Pontchartrain got City Council’s approval yesterday. Lakeshore Landing calls for a theater, restaurants, and retail space.
The City Planning Commission OK'd a massive development along Lake Pontchartrain at South Shore Marina from the owner of Tipitina's. Roland Von Kurnatowski’s plan for the former site of Bally's riverboat casino landing is live music centric.
We never had our hopes up that the latest effort to redevelop Six Flags New Orleans would happen quickly, so we're not entirely surprised that the process hit another obstacle. There was a conflict of interest with a potential appraiser.
None of the pitches for what to do with Six Flags got an enthusiastic response from the Industrial Development Board at their meeting yesterday. However, the board did decide to first have the 227-acre theme park appraised before doing anything else.
Three developers attended the Industrial Development Board's meeting today armed with ideas for what to do with Six Flags New Orleans. Besides an ambitious theme park/shopping center/resort/Noah's Ark replica, other developers pitched their ideas.
One developer is pitching an "amusement park, resort hotel, international shopping center and Noah's ark replica" for the abandoned Six Flags New Orleans site. The New Orleans Industrial Development Board is holding a meeting about the park today.
Tiptina's owner Roland von Kurnatowski's plan to redevelop the former site of the Bally's riverboat casino landing into a festival park is taking shape. The developer and architect on the project have filed plans with the City Planning Commission.
The 37-acre production studio in New Orleans East is closing March 31 after being open for less than two years. Founder George Steiner is blaming the closure on Louisiana's dwindling film tax credit program. Could other studios follow suit?