Feb 2014 04

Whole Foods New Orleans

 

The sec­ond loca­tion for the retailer in city will cre­ate 125 local jobs and revi­tal­ize retail on Broad Street corridor

Today, Mayor Mitch Lan­drieu joined City offi­cials and rep­re­sen­ta­tives from Whole Foods Mar­ket and Broad Com­mu­nity Con­nec­tions to open Whole Foods Mar­ket at 300 N. Broad Street. As an impor­tant retail anchor in the revi­tal­iza­tion of the Broad Street cor­ri­dor, the $14 mil­lion project will increase fresh food options and cre­ate 125 full-time jobs.

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Jan 2014 17

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Mayor Mitch Lan­drieu joined rep­re­sen­ta­tives from Stir­ling Prop­er­ties and JCH Devel­op­ment, and local offi­cials to cel­e­brate the start of con­struc­tion on Mag­no­lia Mar­ket­place, a $24.4 mil­lion shop­ping cen­ter that will fill a retail gap in the heart of Cen­tral City along the Clai­borne Avenue cor­ri­dor and cre­ate more than 200 full-time jobs.Located on 6.5 acres bounded by Clara Street, Wash­ing­ton Avenue, Toledano Street and Clai­borne Avenue, Mag­no­lia Mar­ket­place is expected to open in spring 2015 with ten­ants Ross Dress For Less, T.J.Maxx, Michaels, PetS­mart, Shoe Car­ni­val, ULTA Beauty and Rais­ing Cane’s.

The project is 100% pre-leased. Pre­vi­ously announced was the 6,000 square foot ini­tial phase of Mag­no­lia Mar­ket­place devel­op­ment located at the inter­sec­tion of South Clai­borne Avenue and Fourth Street. Cap­i­tal One Bank is cur­rently open in that build­ing. T‐Mobile and a pro­posed national sand­wich shop are slated to open in early 2014.

Mag­no­lia Mar­ket­place will cre­ate an esti­mated 344 con­struc­tion jobs and 217 per­ma­nent jobs.

Mag­no­lia Mar­ket­place will be a game-changer for increased qual­ity retail ameni­ties along the Clai­borne corridor—the vital life­line of our urban core,” said Rodrick T. Miller, Pres­i­dent and CEO of the New Orleans Busi­ness Alliance. “Our pub­lic pri­vate part­ner­ships to drive eco­nomic devel­op­ment in New Orleans are strong and effec­tive, and this project is a prime exam­ple of what is pos­si­ble as we antic­i­pate even more growth in 2014.”

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Jan 2014 16

$826 Mil­lion Project Will Cre­ate Over 13,000 Jobs

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Today, Mayor Mitch Lan­drieu joined the New Orleans Avi­a­tion Board (NOAB), regional elected offi­cials, busi­ness and tourism lead­ers to announce a major mile­stone in the plans to build a brand new, world-class air­port ter­mi­nal that will serve as a cru­cial eco­nomic dri­ver for the New Orleans met­ro­pol­i­tan region and pro­vide a last­ing impres­sion to vis­i­tors due to its mod­ern design and open archi­tec­tural concept.

Con­cep­tual ren­der­ings of the 650,000-square-foot North Ter­mi­nal com­plex were unveiled today. The com­plex will fea­ture two con­courses with 30 gates, a con­sol­i­dated check­point, seam­less con­nec­tions between con­courses and 2000 park­ing garage spaces. The North Ter­mi­nal design team con­sists of acclaimed archi­tect Cesar Pelli of Pelli Clarke Pelli, Man­ning Archi­tects, Cres­cent City Avi­a­tion Team and Leo A. Daly/ Atkins. The $826 Mil­lion devel­op­ment includes plans for a $72 mil­lion power plant project, $87 mil­lion for a fly­over addi­tion from I-10 to improve access to the air­port, and $17 mil­lion for an on-site hotel.

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Jan 2014 14

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meet­ing of the Board of Direc­tors for the New Orleans Busi­ness Alliance has been called and will be held on Jan­u­ary 15, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. The meet­ing will be held at 935 Gravier Street, Suite 2020 New Orleans, LA. The agenda for the meet­ing is avail­able here. 

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