Developer Tommy Spinosa is moving forward with plans for a 30-unit multifamily complex in Spanish Town at Capitol Drive and North Sixth Street.
If you were downtown earlier this week, chances are you spotted film crews outside Poor Boy Lloyd’s on Florida Street. That’s because Raising Cane’s founder Todd Graves was at the po-boy and seafood restaurant, shooting footage for his new docuseries, Restaurant Recovery, where he will help restaurants that have either closed or are on the verge of closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Los Angeles-based JRK Property Holdings, a real estate investment group, has bought the Indigo Park by Cortland apartment complex on Nicholson Drive for $46.4 million.
Like many employers throughout the pandemic, Louisiana Lagniappe owner Kevin Ortego has received “base claim” notices from the Louisiana Workforce Commission—form letters asking him to verify that a claimant seeking unemployment compensation previously worked for him. But unlike employers who know, or at least, recognize the names of the former employees they’re being asked to verify, Ortego has received what he estimates to be between 50 and 100 notices about people he’s never heard of, much less employed at his restaurant.
Nearly five years after the city-parish began looking at ways to update and improve the parking system in downtown Baton Rouge, Mayor Sharon Weston Broome’s administration is poised to award two contracts for different components of the system, signaling the end of the process is near.
The Metro Council will vote Wednesday on whether to allow the rules of the Old Hammond Highway Overlay District to be reversed for a particular section of land so that Murphy Oil can build...
The LSU Board of Supervisors seems to be playing big-dollar politics with a contract to modernize the energy plant at the Baton Rouge campus.
Publisher Rolfe McCollister gives his endorsements for president, mayor, area congressional races and other items on the Nov. 3 ballot.