New Orleans Construction News
Here is a growing map of the some of the most anticipated developments, constructions, and renovations happening throughout the city.
The half-built hotel collapsed onto Canal Street on October 12
A bill by Rep. Clay Schexnayder would legalize industrial hemp
A side-by-side comparison of the terminal renderings and IRL progress
Nineteen homes have been built, and 47 more are coming
The Mayor’s Office released this time-lapse video, showing the most current progress of the North Terminal, which broke ground in early 2016.
The NORDC-operated clubhouse, which will be located at 1601 North Claiborne Avenue, will measure at 3,500 square feet.
Starting this August, the New Orleans Museum of Art said it will renovate its basement damaged by Hurricane Katrina and Issac. The project, which will cost will $8.4 million, will take over one year to complete.
NORTA will temporarily keep Two Canal Street lanes open during City Park Avenue transit construction
Yesterday, NORTA announced that two river-bound Canal Street lanes crossing City Park Avenue will remain open until the end of August.
Starting Monday, July 31, New Orleans’s Regional Transit Authority, in cooperation with the Federal Transit Administration, will oversee the development of the new Cemeteries Transit Center.
This developer has made progress turning the old Hubig’s pie factory into an eight-unit development.
Yesterday, The Domain Companies announced that its 15-story mixed-used development topped out in its construction phase. Domain has scheduled the Standard’s completion date for spring of 2018.
A new multi-use development is set for the East Riverside Neighborhood on 3987 Tchpoupitoulas Street. According to Canal Street Beat, the developers purchased the property in January of 2017 for $137,000.
Earlier this week, Mayor Mitch Landrieu held a ribbon cutting ceremonial, celebrating the renovation of the Nix Library branch located on South Carrollton Avenue.
Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Exhibition Hall Authority to invest $12 million in culinary and hospitality institute
The Ernest N. Morial Exhibition Hall Authority, which oversees the Ernest N Morial Convention Center downtown, agreed to invest $12 million to develop the city’s hospitality industry, according to an official release.
Today, Boh Bros. Construction, LLC, will repave St. Charles Avenue from St. Mary Street to Erato Street. The construction will close eastbound lanes from St. Mary Street to Erato Street and westbound lanes from Polymnia Street to Second Street.
The New Orleans Central Business District is getting a new museum based that will showcase beverages native to New Orleans.
Free-to-use exercising equipment will be available soon
After nearly a month, the What You Give Will Grow FitLot Fitness Park is nearly complete after months of fundraising. According to FitLot, Landis Construction Company completed the base of this past week.
On Wednesday, January 25, Robért Fresh Market announced its plans for its 26,000 square foot full-service grocery store, and a 15,000 square foot retail parcel, which will both service the Bywater and Marigny neighborhoods.
After years of planning, A Robért Fresh Market is expected to open in the Marigny within the next few months, and serve as a much-needed fresh food hub.
Today, the Louisiana Children’s Museum announced that they have completed their goal of $45.5 million, and plan to initiate the construction phase of the New Louisiana Children Museum located at City Park.
Today, Mayor Mitch Landrieu and the New Orleans Aviation Board announced that the New Orleans International Airport will undergo a five gate expansion in its north terminal, increasing its gates from 30 to 35.
Construction workers broke ground on the new FitLot project that will be built on the Lafitte Greenway.
On Wednesday, January 11, The New Orleans Children’s Hospital began phase one of its expansion and property renovation.
Last April, the City of New Orleans announced that Jackson Avenue will undergo a repaving project, which would replace aging asphalt, reduce car lanes to one each direction, and add a bike lane.
On Monday, December 21, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu highlighted some of the city’s infrastructure accomplishments in 2016.