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It will be very interesting to see what ultimately gets built on this now much larger parcel of vacant land that will be available after all of the demolitions are complete. One good thing is that a successful combination of the lots into one parcel would allow for a project comparable to the size of the Hard Rock project, but without the need to exceed the zoned height limit of that area.
The developers of hard rock already own the parcels to be demolished too so that def wont be an issue
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Three Development Teams Selected to Participate in Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Exhibition Hall Authority Master Development RFP Process
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A select team of senior staff and consultants from the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center have recommended three highly-qualified development teams for participation in the Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Exhibition Hall Authority Request for Proposal (RFP) process, as the Authority moves toward development of a 39-acre mixed-use development project that will complement the planned 1,200 room headquarters hotel along the New Orleans riverfront.

After completing a detailed interview, qualifications, and capabilities review process that included five 5 respondents, the Authority has selected three Master Development teams to compete in the Master Developer RFP process. The three selected teams are as follows:

Woodward, Leventhal, Carpenter (JV)
The Domain Companies
River Park Neighborhood Investors.
The Authority expects to issue the RFP by December 13, 2019 with an established final submittal deadline of February 28, 2020.

“We are extremely gratified by the interest shown by five well-regarded and highly-experienced development teams, and believe the three finalists demonstrate the kind of vision, experience, and capabilities necessary to bring this transformative project to life,” said Michael J. Sawaya, President of the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.

The Request for Qualifications, made available to interested parties on September 6, 2019, called for respondents to detail their capabilities and approach to developing 39 acres of property owned by the Exhibition Hall Authority and adjacent to acreage designated for the Convention Center’s planned 1,200 room hotel.

The RFQ stipulated that submittals should outline each respondent’s vision for creating a “mixed use development that will lead to a vibrant neighborhood, serve as an economic driver for the State of Louisiana and City of New Orleans, develop a compelling value proposition that will attract visitors and uses to the site, and build a consensus among public and private stakeholders.”

“In addition to their outstanding track records as developers of other highly successful projects, we are especially pleased that all three finalists exhibited a commitment to inclusion of Small and Emerging Business (SEB) and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation in their responses,” said Melvin J. Rodrigue, Chairman of the Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Exhibition Hall Authority. We are confident that any of the three finalists can help the transformational vision of the Authority to be realized.”
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351 Calliope St·New Construction · Ref Code:X651Y5
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Application Submitted
Date Filed:
12/6/2019
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No
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New construction 16-story Dual Brand Hotel and Residences per plans.

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262600
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12/9/2019 12:00:00 AM
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Total Fees:
378090.00
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378090.00
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1122 Tchoupitoulas St·New Construction · Ref Code:YM0ZFM
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12 story independently owned and operated limited service hotel.







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Awesome pictures.
Rooftop bar and the Odeon both looking great.
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Plans for a hotel at the old Children's Museum site in New Orleans are riling up neig

The lot has provided relatively cheap parking for nearby residents, who can get good rates by leasing space monthly. A parking garage would be largely dedicated to the hotel's guests, and any available spaces in such facilities usually charge considerably more than the current lot does.

A typical objection came from Martha Feldman Hopkins, who lives in a nearby condo. "This neighborhood, the Warehouse District, became a vibrant residential area over time as the warehouses were converted into apartments and condominiums," she wrote. "To preserve the residential character of this neighborhood, existing off-street parking must be protected."

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The lot has provided relatively cheap parking for nearby residents, who can get good rates by leasing space monthly. A parking garage would be largely dedicated to the hotel's guests, and any available spaces in such facilities usually charge considerably more than the current lot does.

A typical objection came from Martha Feldman Hopkins, who lives in a nearby condo. "This neighborhood, the Warehouse District, became a vibrant residential area over time as the warehouses were converted into apartments and condominiums," she wrote. "To preserve the residential character of this neighborhood, existing off-street parking must be protected."

https://www.nola.com/news/business/a...502737c93.html
Oh geez. Here's another example of "I love development when it benefits me. Now that I'm in, it can stop developing. Anything else is a nuisance." Get off it. Development is just that. It's going to inconvenience some, but when you reaped the benefits it inconvenienced others. Take your plate and sit down. New Orleans is growing up with or without you.
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Cindy and Paul Gulotta, who live at The Loft condo complex adjacent to the old museum, complained that the proposed construction would pose a risk to their fragile building.
Wow. I dropped by Rosie's on Friday night and it was a mess, service-wise. Obviously it's brand new, but even by those standards it was terrible. Glad to see projects near Annunciation and Calliope moving forward.
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Cindy and Paul Gulotta, who live at The Loft condo complex adjacent to the old museum... said the available parking on the 821 Tchoupitoulas St. lot was integral to their decision to buy their place.

A previous attempt to convert the Tchoupitoulas lot to a five-story garage died in 2017 when about 60 residents signed a protest petition.
I don’t understand why people base decisions like these on amenities provided by or the conditions of separate adjacent properties as if they can’t change at any given moment. Unless the parking was provided and/or owned by the building they were buying in there was never any guarantee that this lot wouldn’t be redeveloped or done away with at some point in the future. Especially when you’re buying in a neighborhood that is rapidly growing and becoming more desirable. It reminds of when people sue because a neighboring development will change the view out their windows.
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I don’t understand why people base decisions like these on amenities provided by or the conditions of separate adjacent properties as if they can’t change at any given moment. Unless the parking was provided and/or owned by the building they were buying in there was never any guarantee that this lot wouldn’t be redeveloped or done away with at some point in the future. Especially when you’re buying in a neighborhood that is rapidly growing and becoming more desirable. It reminds of when people sue because a neighboring development will change the view out their windows.
these people are idiots and they screwed themselves over even more by delaying that garage enough to allow for the new development to take over all the parcels.. theres nothing this development needs approvals of outside of HDLC .. buying a unit in a building without dedicated parking is no ones fault but their own
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Wow. I dropped by Rosie's on Friday night and it was a mess, service-wise. Obviously it's brand new, but even by those standards it was terrible. Glad to see projects near Annunciation and Calliope moving forward.
Well saturday service was fine for us.. friday was opening day so always worth giving people the benefit of the doubt to get kinks out
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I don’t understand why people base decisions like these on amenities provided by or the conditions of separate adjacent properties as if they can’t change at any given moment. Unless the parking was provided and/or owned by the building they were buying in there was never any guarantee that this lot wouldn’t be redeveloped or done away with at some point in the future. Especially when you’re buying in a neighborhood that is rapidly growing and becoming more desirable. It reminds of when people sue because a neighboring development will change the view out their windows.
ALso the project didnt really die in 2017 because of the protest petition.. they were pursuing it until late last year until the SOHO house project became viable because Joe Jaeger agreed to sell the childrens museum.


not that its really needed but I sent a letter of support to the HDLC PLanner in charge of the project as well. Its unfortunate that people exploit the HDLC process for ends that arent to do with architectural design or massing. So if it annoys you as much as me; a Letter of Support emailed to Anna C Pernas (acpernas@nola.gov) always helps... typing and complaining here does nothing if you dont make your voices known.
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351 Calliope St·HDLC COA · Ref Code:2HLK4F
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1122 Tchoupitoulas St·HDLC COA · Ref Code:K33SLU
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2128 St Claude Ave [Gene’s]·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Ref Code:XWLWLY
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12/9/2019
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change of ownership, change of business name, kitchen upgrades to include replace sinks, new ice maker, new counter tops, interior touch-ups, painting. NO EXTERIOR WORK ALLOWED UNDER THEIS PERMIT.


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6262 Fleur-De-Lis Dr·Renovation (Structural) · Ref Code:M66M17
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3100 Royal St·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Ref Code:0QVF6J
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Tenant build-out for new specialty restaurant [coffee shop] within existing vacant commercial space.




423 Bourbon St·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Ref Code:V23A65
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Scrape black paint from the windows of the 2 front first floor door units of 427 Bourbon St then install wood shutters on the interior of these windows. Repair holes cut in the front left transom door light unit of 425 Bourbon Street. Repair the 4 sets of shutters located on the second floor exterior brick wall then prep and repaint them 1 coat tinted primer and 1 coat finish paint. Remove weeds and vegetation growing from all exterior walls then treat with a proper weed killer to help prevent future growth. Remove all graffiti stickers from the exterior mainly front of the building. Pressure wash the complete front, left, rear walls, and dormers of the building. Refasten the one earth anchor plate located at the top of the left exterior wall which appears to be loose properly. Install a nylon lock nut in front of all the existing nuts holding the earth anchor washers and plates located on the left exterior wall, cut the excess of the bolts sticking out down to 1 inch exposure, remove as much rust as possible from these plates, nuts, and bolts with a wire wheel on a grinder, prime with a rust inhibitor primer, then paint with and oil base industrial enamel to match the natural gray color of the stucco of this wall as best as possible. Patch and repair the missing spots of stucco of the left wall where the bricks have not been repointed with Vieux Carre stucco


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1100 Poydras St Ste 1810·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Ref Code:WQFJ2A
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The lot has provided relatively cheap parking for nearby residents, who can get good rates by leasing space monthly. A parking garage would be largely dedicated to the hotel's guests, and any available spaces in such facilities usually charge considerably more than the current lot does.

A typical objection came from Martha Feldman Hopkins, who lives in a nearby condo. "This neighborhood, the Warehouse District, became a vibrant residential area over time as the warehouses were converted into apartments and condominiums," she wrote. "To preserve the residential character of this neighborhood, existing off-street parking must be protected."

https://www.nola.com/news/business/a...502737c93.html
My only concern, as a homeowner that lives in the Warehouse District is the lack of parking on all these projects, at least I’m on the outer side of the neighborhood. Albeit I get most are hotels and a majority of the guests won’t have a car. It’s just starting to get real tight as all these developments happen. I’m very happy to see added density and the disappearance of surface parking lots. I just think someone needs to build a parking garage (s) or add a floor of parking on some of these . On one of the parcels by Peche seems like a perfect spot. Something like 1111 Lincoln, Herzog designed garage in Miami could be a great addition to the neighborhood. All that being said, love to see all the development happening either way.
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My only concern, as a homeowner that lives in the Warehouse District is the lack of parking on all these projects, at least I’m on the outer side of the neighborhood. Albeit I get most are hotels and a majority of the guests won’t have a car. It’s just starting to get real tight as all these developments happen. I’m very happy to see added density and the disappearance of surface parking lots. I just think someone needs to build a parking garage (s) or add a floor of parking on some of these . On one of the parcels by Peche seems like a perfect spot. Something like 1111 Lincoln, Herzog designed garage in Miami could be a great addition to the neighborhood. All that being said, love to see all the development happening either way.
well thats not whats required there and parking garages dont fit on most of these lots... ultimately why waste prime space in a limited area for people to park there cars where they sit idle most of the time? it just irks me when people use a process meant to discuss architectural design for something completely unrelated. also, as you said a hotel brings far fewer personal vehicles into an area than apartment and offices will. either way the zoning is what it is and the newspaper should stop with the clickbait.. and word of advice to anyone here if you are buying property... condos or anything of the sort. do your research.. if you dont have deeded parking you arent guaranteed it, if you look over private property for views , you arent guaranteed those views. If you want to see a prime example of most people doing research right now look at the cotton mill and how long things take to sell there... zero off street parking for those units and the surface lots people are currently using their days are numbered... but thats how development works...
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RESOLUTION (LYING OVER) – NO. R-19-415 – BY: COUNCILMEMBER GISLESON PALMER

Brief:
A RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE MAYOR’S OFFICE OF TRANSPORTATION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF PERMITTING AND REGULATING PARKLETS IN CERTAIN PARTS OF THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY.

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(Referred to the Transportation and Airport Committee). (Council Rule 34. Postponement: 2/14/20).








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