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  • Corporate Realty Proudly Represents One Canal Place Which Offers Great Office Space in a Premier Location

    One Canal Place is a 32-story office complex located at the foot of Canal Street, in the heart of the Central Business District on the border of the French Quarter. With accommodations for single office users up to multi-floor tenants, the facility also offers ample covered parking and a list of amenities such as the […]

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  • New Orleans East to Get a Walmart Supercenter

    Walmart is buying land at I-10 and Bullard Avenue and plans to open a 180,000-square-foot Supercenter in the fall of 2013. The new store, which will be built on land formerly occupied by Lakeland Medical Center, brings Walmart back to New Orleans East after a six-year absence and helps address the lack of retail and […]

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  • New Co-working Space Springboard to Open In Baton Rouge

    Local tech blog, Silicon Bayou News, reports that Springboard Baton Rouge, a co-working space for entrepreneurs, is slated to open January 1st inside the Kress building at Third and Main streets. The 12,000-square-foot space developed by the Vision City Development Group will feature 40 cubicles available for renters and 30 offices. Springboard is offering a […]

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  • Pre-Opening Tour of The Saint Hotel

    The Saint

    Yesterday, The Urban Land Institute of Louisiana (which our own Andrea Huseman holds the Chair of Mission Advancement) held a pre-opening tour of The Saint Hotel on Canal Street.    View here.   This historic property is in final stages of construction, and according to ULI was rehabilitated for less than 50% of the buildings […]

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  • Tulane to Build New Football Stadium on Campus

    Tulane Stadium Corporate Realty

    Tulane University’s athletics department today announced plans for a new 30,000 to 35,000-seat, on-campus stadium that should be ready for 2014 season.   The Green Wave moved to the Superdome when the indoor stadium opened in 1975, and there hasn’t been a football stadium on campus since Tulane Stadium was torn down in 1980.   The […]

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