New Orleans Development News
The half-built hotel collapsed onto Canal Street on October 12
Featuring a mural by Brandan Odums, the "Community Store" will employ more than 30 people.
When completed, the greenway would connect to the RTA’s Cemeteries Transit Center
Take a peek at renderings of the space
Formerly slated for redevelopment as a retail space, the historic, long-vacant structure asks $445,000
The 33-story skyscraper at the foot of Canal Street will open as a Four Seasons hotel in 2020
The circa-1908 property is a smaller, more luxurious spin-off of the Ace Hotel
"It is not ready, and there is more work to be done to get us there," said Mayor LaToya Cantrell.
A side-by-side comparison of the terminal renderings and IRL progress
They’re the latest development by architect Jonathan Tate.
Featuring on-site short-term rental management, the project blurs the line between residential and commercial real estate.
Coming to the Warehouse District in 2019, this luxury mixed-use development has an elevator just for cars
The sleek, modern penthouse condos range in price from $686K to $1.72M.
A six-alarm fire gutted the building in 2016.
The three-building complex now houses the Waldorf school, Southern Rep Theatre, and a coworking space.
It’s being used for affordable artist studios...for now.
The riverfront homes start at $299K
Expect delays and road closures while volunteers make streets safer for cyclists.
The plans for the upcoming center were approved by the HDLC this past May.
A hotel named after the first woman publisher of a major metropolitan newspaper in the nation just opened on Magazine Street.
It will have 198 one- and two-bedroom apartments, ground-floor commercial space, and over 140 off-street parking spots.
Demolishing the former building at 3800 Howard Avenue, Drive Shack will build a new three-story complex that will have 60,000 square feet.
This development is one of the first few buildings in New Orleans to utilize innovative stormwater management in its design.
The $49 million renovation will have 51 market-rate apartment units and 11 condos.
It hit its target completion date
The grand opening, which will have food samples and live music, is free and open to the public.
This new Central Business District Development will sit between the Saenger Theater and The Ruby Slipper Cafe.
One of the largest developments under construction near Mid City.
The City of New Orleans and RTA will hold a grand opening for the new hub on Friday, January 5, at 10 a.m.