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  • New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute Selects Corporate Realty to Manage Property

    Corporate Realty has been engaged to manage New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute (NOCHI), New Orleans’ premier culinary school.   NOCHI occupies five floors consisting of 93,000 square feet in a succession of interconnected properties at the corner of Carondelet Street and Howard Avenue in Downtown New Orleans. NOCHI will set a new standard for […]

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  • Place St. Charles Food Court Renovation featured in The Advocate

    The New Orleans Advocate recently featured the recent revamp of the Place St. Charles food court in their Food/Restaurants section. Ian McNulty wrote, “they’ve made this food court an increasingly diverse and satisfying find, and an oasis for quick and inexpensive lunch in a downtown with a dearth of true street food… at Place St. […]

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  • Corporate Realty chosen to manage the Rose Collaborative

    Corporate Realty has been engaged to manage the Rose Collaborative, a new project built by Alembic Community Development and Rose Community Development Corporation. This three-building development spans 47,300 square feet and is now home to a range of arts, education and social justice organizations including Southern Rep Theatre, a community business incubator from Fund 17, […]

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  • Corporate Realty Builds with Habitat for Humanity

    The Corporate Realty team was proud to participate in The Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West Women Build Day on Wednesday, October 24.   Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with local people in need to build decent, affordable housing. The houses are then sold to qualifying families at no profit and with no interest […]

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  • Mike Siegel Recognized by Biz New Orleans as one of Real Estate’s Top 9 Influencers

    Biz New Orleans recently recognized Mike Siegel, Corporate Realty’s President and Director of Office Leasing, in a feature, ‘Real Estate’s Top 9 Influencers.’   Mike is quoted in the article, “I’m most excited about the continued urbanization of Downtown New Orleans — seeing more people living, working and playing in the downtown area. I’m also excited […]

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