Wampold's $30 million apartment complex on Stanford among DPW applications
Local developer Mike Wampold has filed a plan review application with the city-parish Department of Public Works for the 241-unit apartment complex he's developing at 900 Stanford Ave., where One Lakeshore Place once stood. Wampold demolished the complex that was popular for LSU students in the 1970s and 1980s earlier this year. The new four-story apartment building will be approximately 434,000 square feet and cost about $30 million, according to the application. Wampold previously told Daily Report that the new "upscale-type housing" won't exclusively appeal to student residents. The new complex has not yet been named. Other applications recently submitted to DPW for approval of site plans include:
• Mezzo Technologies' application for an approximately 17,000-square-foot building on Mammoth Avenue, projected to cost $1.2 million.
• TBT Construction's application to build an approximately 6,000-square-foot building on Plaza Americana Drive.
• Creekstone Office Park's application for an approximately 5,700-square-foot, two-suite building at 11414 Lake Sherwood Avenue North, projected to cost about $510,000.
• Mall of Louisiana's application to remodel a space for new tenant Grimaldi's Pizzeria, a 100-year-old, Scottsdale, Ariz.-based coal brick-oven pizzeria with locations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, South Carolina and Texas.
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