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Love the renderings for Nicks. Any idea on construction timeline for this? Thanks.

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Love the renderings for Nicks. Any idea on construction timeline for this? Thanks.

its been changed a tad to meet the height restrictions for the site.. please see previous page for latest design .. still very nice for the location i think... another city planning meeting next month.. my guess is maybe the spring summer start.. since 2424 tulane is now finished.. but thats just a guess
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Thanks. Restriction really makes no sense there anyway... Still a nice design.

Also, saw this today on Nola.

Report: Hard Rock Hotel implosion reconsidered as officials look at alternative plans
https://www.nola.com/news/business/a...056fa8815.html

Also, looks like a pretty similar situation in Ohio...
Building collapses in Cincinnati: What we know
https://www.cincinnati.com/story/new...ow/4305525002/
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Thanks. Restriction really makes no sense there anyway... Still a nice design.

Also, saw this today on Nola.

Report: Hard Rock Hotel implosion reconsidered as officials look at alternative plans
https://www.nola.com/news/business/a...056fa8815.html

Also, looks like a pretty similar situation in Ohio...
Building collapses in Cincinnati: What we know
https://www.cincinnati.com/story/new...ow/4305525002/
does anyone find that the amount of engineering mistakes in buuildings these days has risen? like is there something going on where newer engineers dont have enough field experience and are making major errors in relatively easy projects.. i mean in nola alone we know of quite a few from the hard rock to higgins hotel, to the canopy of peace to even the dave and busters garage..



As far as the height restrictions there .. no they dont make sense .. it should be 10 stories in my mind.. city wants to increase housing affordability heres some easy low hanging fruit to address
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1804 St Bernard Ave·Renovation (Structural) · Ref Code:ETKLFZ
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11/26/2019
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Historic Renovation of mixed use structure consisting of two apartment units and restaurant on ground floor.







4525 Freret St·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Ref Code:EPVVHJ
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Tenant build out. Converting vacant space into nail/hair salon. Include plumbing, mechanical, and electrical.







757 St Charles Ave·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Ref Code:TPS580
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Interior Renovations (non-structural) of existing office space to commercial short-term rental units on floors 2 and 3 only of an existing 3-story office building.


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610 Baronne St, 616 Baronne·Renovation (Structural) · Ref Code:AD0GF1
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Date Filed:
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Renovate existing 3-story commercial building with additions to the second and third floor and a new fourth floor addition. Provide 2 openings in party wall with adjoining building at 616 Baronne per BBSA 19-61 for egress purposes. This is a change of use from office to multi-family residential short term rental use. Addresses are as follows: First Floor: 610 Baronne House meter, 610 Baronne Comm. STR/VRBO Unit 103, 610 Baronne Comm. STR/VRBO Unit 104. Second Floor: 610 Baronne Comm. STR/VRBO Unit 205. Third Floor: 610 Baronne Comm. STR/VRBO Unit 305. Fourth Floor: 610 Baronne Comm. STR/VRBO Unit PH3.
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Over $2.5M in infrastructure projects to begin in December

https://neworleanscitybusiness.com/b...n-in-december/

The city of New Orleans is set to begin infrastructure upgrades in some neighborhoods beginning next month.

On the West Bank, new concrete panels will be installed in the 6900-7000 blocks of Tullis Drive. The $325,000 city-funded project will take around 30 days to complete and require a temporary closure between Lancaster and Blair streets, a news release said.

On the 4200 block of Herschel Drive, improvements include new concrete and curbs, Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant curb ramps and street width and length of driveways adjustments. Herschel Drive will be closed between Kabel Drive and Hyman Place for the duration of the project. The approximately $145,000 improvements will take approximately 30 days to complete.

On Garden Oaks Drive, new concrete panels, ADA-compliant curb ramps will be installed as part of the Moving New Orleans Bikes – Algiers project. There will be intermittent closures on Garden Oaks Drive throughout construction. The $1.2 million project will take approximately two months to complete.

In New Orleans East, an upsized drainage line will be installed in the 4300-4600 blocks of Murano Road where localized flooding has occurred. The $425,000 project will take around 30 days to complete.

In the downtown area, a combination of permeable pavement and traditional infrastructure will be constructed between St. Charles Avenue and Carondelet Street in an attempt to reduce flooding. The $445,000 project will take around two months to complete, and the roadway between the two streets will be temporarily closed to vehicles.

A future maintenance project that involves concrete panel replacements will begin in early 2020 on General Meyer Avenue between Sullen Place and Bennett Street, the news release said.
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Welding and painting seem to be taking place on the canopy of peace
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Welding and painting seem to be taking place on the canopy of peace
This project is so bizarre... like what have they been doing for basically a year.. ?
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The city of New Orleans is set to begin infrastructure upgrades in some neighborhoods beginning next month.

On the West Bank, new concrete panels will be installed in the 6900-7000 blocks of Tullis Drive. The $325,000 city-funded project will take around 30 days to complete and require a temporary closure between Lancaster and Blair streets, a news release said.

On the 4200 block of Herschel Drive, improvements include new concrete and curbs, Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant curb ramps and street width and length of driveways adjustments. Herschel Drive will be closed between Kabel Drive and Hyman Place for the duration of the project. The approximately $145,000 improvements will take approximately 30 days to complete.

On Garden Oaks Drive, new concrete panels, ADA-compliant curb ramps will be installed as part of the Moving New Orleans Bikes – Algiers project. There will be intermittent closures on Garden Oaks Drive throughout construction. The $1.2 million project will take approximately two months to complete.

In New Orleans East, an upsized drainage line will be installed in the 4300-4600 blocks of Murano Road where localized flooding has occurred. The $425,000 project will take around 30 days to complete.

In the downtown area, a combination of permeable pavement and traditional infrastructure will be constructed between St. Charles Avenue and Carondelet Street in an attempt to reduce flooding. The $445,000 project will take around two months to complete, and the roadway between the two streets will be temporarily closed to vehicles.

A future maintenance project that involves concrete panel replacements will begin in early 2020 on General Meyer Avenue between Sullen Place and Bennett Street, the news release said.
Considering the DDD is raising our taxes 3 mils, im assuming this project here is a preview of what they intend to do all over the district
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Considering the DDD is raising our taxes 3 mils, im assuming this project here is a preview of what they intend to do all over the district
Pretty excited to see permeable pavement being used. We've got to get aggressive and deal with heavy rains from a lot of different angles if we want to get ahead of it, so this is a great move.
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2 Canal St·Renovation (Structural) · Ref Code:7PK3BN
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Entry portal and tenant improvements for NOLA Experience cultural attraction.



827 Canal St·Renovation (Non-Structural) · Ref Code:7EDPXD
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Loretta Harmon
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Date Filed:
11/21/2019
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Interior Buildout of existing 2nd and 3rd floors to create 4 commercial short term rental units. Exit stair and demising walls are existing.



so glad to see this crap building is getting repaired





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CITY AWARDED $80K BY LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TO INSTALL ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS
NEW ORLEANS — The City of New Orleans announces it has been awarded an $80,000 grant by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ), a portion of the state’s Volkswagen (VW) Settlement funding, to install five City-owned electric vehicle charging stations available for public use. Orleans Parish joins the City of Gretna, Jefferson Parish, St. Bernard Parish, Xavier University and the Regional Planning Commission as grant awardees — in an effort to increase our regional Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure allowing residents to have more equitable access to EVs.

This is in line with an announcement the City made this past summer regarding its partnership with Climate Mayors Electric Vehicle purchasing collaborative at the Climate Mayors Summit. The City supports the transportation sector’s move toward clean energy technologies, including the adoption of affordable, plug-in electric vehicles and infrastructure that offer residents significant economic savings, reduces the dependence on foreign fuels, and lowers local greenhouse gas emissions. Of the 1,400 electric vehicles registered in the state of Louisiana this year, more than 600 are registered in the New Orleans metro area alone. By increasing the availability of public EV charging stations, the City aims to makes charging more convenient and improve the quality of life for New Orleans residents.

“The City is working with partners to promote electricity as a cleaner and viable transportation fuel option, and to increase consumer awareness of EV possibilities. As we move forward into 2020, we are working to add electric vehicles to our own fleet, which I committed to this past summer at the Climate Mayors Summit. This will allow the City to begin reaping the benefits of zero emissions and lower fuel costs. We all want a safer city, with affordable energy, renewable technologies, efficient transportation, green jobs and healthy air. Every day we are working to make New Orleans a vibrant, clean, and sustainable city,” said Mayor LaToya Cantrell.

Details regarding the specific project scope and locations are in the initial planning phases. Initial reporting, construction and installation plans will be completed and submitted to the LDEQ by 2022. The City of New Orleans has partnered with multiple city agencies on this effort, including the Mayor’s Office of Transportation, Office of Land Use, Property Management, NORD and the New Orleans Public Library. Upon completion of the project, the City will continue monitoring usage and create utilization reports to be submitted for the next three years.

To find public EV charging stations currently available in New Orleans, visit the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Alternative Fueling Station Locator.

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About the Volkswagen Settlement:
In 2017, German automaker Volkswagen AG (VW) pled guilty for installing cheat devices in diesel vehicles to show false emissions levels during vehicle testing. As part of the $2.9 billion settlement, Louisiana will receive $19.8 million over three years to offset excess air pollution caused by VW’s actions. As the state’s Lead Agency, LDEQ is in charge of allocating funding for projects to reduce emissions from diesel vehicles and to install electric vehicle charging stations.


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November 26, 2019

MAYOR CANTRELL CONGRATULATES RTA ON RECEIVING $7.2M FTA GRANT TO PURCHASE 19 NEW BUSES
NEW ORLEANS — Mayor LaToya Cantrell congratulated the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA) on its being awarded a $7,246,315 Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grant to fund 19 new 35-foot biodiesel buses.

“Maintaining and upgrading our transit infrastructure has been a priority of our transportation work, in collaboration with the RTA. Since taking office, we have helped guide the leadership transition, supported RTA’s efforts to ensure a high-functioning management structure, and met the needs of our residents by improving and increasing routes and times — as we recently did for Algiers and New Orleans East,” said Mayor Cantrell. “I’m proud to say that this is the second bus grant that has been awarded during my administration, after I personally told U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao how important a high-quality bus fleet is to New Orleans. We are laser-focused on ensuring our bus fleet is sufficient and sustainable so that we can continue to expend service and improve accessibility for all of our residents.”

The award is part of the FTA’s Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Program, which makes federal resources available to replace, rehabilitate and purchase buses and related equipment. The program also allows for construction to bus-related facilities including technological changes or innovations to modify low or no emission vehicles or facilities.

“Providing reliable, safe transit options to our riders is a paramount priority of the New Orleans RTA,” said RTA CEO Alex Z. Wiggins. “This grant award will not only better connect our riders to the places they live, work and play, these new buses will also help us improve service in communities where increased access to transit is most needed, like East New Orleans and the West Bank, while also reducing our carbon footprint with low-emissions vehicles.“

“Today, we are one step closer to the RTA Board of Commissioners delivering on our promise to deliver a world-class transportation system for our riders and those who advocate on the rider’s behalf,” said RTA Board Chair Flozell Daniels, Jr. “We are committed to continuing this work to expand and improve transit service in a manner that helps to build healthy, prosperous and equitable communities.”

This funding for 19 new buses is in addition to the eight buses that were introduced into RTA service in October 2019 and funded by a 2015 Obama Administration’s Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery VII (TIGER) grant award. And, another 15 buses, slated to enter service in 2020, which were funded by a Fiscal Year 2018 $6.4 million FTA grant award to acquire 40-foot biodiesel buses.

To learn more about RTA, visit www.RTAforward.org.

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DXC Technology, focus of 'largest jobs' deal ever, must return some incentives for mi

https://www.nola.com/news/business/a...cba328c87.html

When one of the world's biggest technology companies agreed to open an office in New Orleans two years ago, local officials called the promised 2,000 jobs the single largest jobs announcement in the city's history.

The city, state and DXC Technology, born of a merger between CSC and Hewlett-Packard, said they were partnering to cement Louisiana’s status as a Southern technology hub.

The first year of that partnership didn’t go quite as expected.

In exchange for $115 million in state incentives, DXC agreed to spend $18.9 million on 300 employees in that first year, ending March 31, 2019, with average salaries of $63,000 a year. The company has made good on its vow to fill a Poydras Street high-rise with at least 300 workers, but in its first year it spent only about half of what it promised on payroll, according to state and city officials.
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When one of the world's biggest technology companies agreed to open an office in New Orleans two years ago, local officials called the promised 2,000 jobs the single largest jobs announcement in the city's history.

The city, state and DXC Technology, born of a merger between CSC and Hewlett-Packard, said they were partnering to cement Louisiana’s status as a Southern technology hub.

The first year of that partnership didn’t go quite as expected.

In exchange for $115 million in state incentives, DXC agreed to spend $18.9 million on 300 employees in that first year, ending March 31, 2019, with average salaries of $63,000 a year. The company has made good on its vow to fill a Poydras Street high-rise with at least 300 workers, but in its first year it spent only about half of what it promised on payroll, according to state and city officials.
Interesting that they met the hiring goal in terms of number with 321 workers in the first year, but the payroll fell short. Guess they are paying a lower wage than initially expected. Good to read they are on track to employ 600 workers by March.
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Interesting that they met the hiring goal in terms of number with 321 workers in the first year, but the payroll fell short. Guess they are paying a lower wage than initially expected. Good to read they are on track to employ 600 workers by March.
Agree, thought that was a positive as well. Also good on local government for monitoring this and withholding dollars, actually kind of surprising....
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4950 Dauphine St·New Construction · Ref Code:WY0W7R
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Site work and Parking Lot construction in association with work contained in Permit # 18-33926-NEWC.



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New 4-Story Apartment Building, 38 dwelling units. Reference permit # 18-33926-NEWC.



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365 Canal St·Sidewalk Repair · Ref Code:H78QK5
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Forming and paving a new sidewalk at N Peters. Includes demoing street paving to install new paving


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1001 Julia St, Unit 8·Attached Sign · Ref Code:5X8BZE
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Non illuminated dimensional lettering


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4000 Magazine St·Attached Sign · Ref Code:UWVTSY
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STOREFRONT CANOPY A) • Remove and junk existing (1) 6” x 7’-3” S/F (Kiehl’s Since 1851) exposed neon raceway cabinet. Patch remaining holes with paint adhesive clear silicone. • Receive and install (1) set of 9 ¾” (Kiehl’s Since 1851) open face neon channel letters with pre-attached 5” x 12’-0” offset mounting raceway. Channel letters are attached to raceway with lower section of channel letters hanging past raceway. Mount display on wood canopy fascia approx 9’-0” a/g. Connect to existing electrical feed stubbed out by others. POLE SIGN / SIDE ELEVATION B) Receive and install (1) 2’-1” x 3’-8” S/F (Kiehl’s / Since 1851) exposed neon illuminated sign cabinet with 4” O/D x 15’ support pole. Pole pre-painted by Let There Be Neon. Dig foundation hole in earth. Set support pole in concrete foundation. Pole will extend approx 12’-0” a/g. Erect (1) 2’-1” x 3’-8” S/F sign cabinet over support pole thru-pole mount. Overall height approx 12’-0” a/g. Connect to existing electrical feed stubbed out by others
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