The recent listing of the Bluebonnet Parc retail center, which is adjacent to the Mall of Louisiana and visible from Interstate 10, offers insight into what investors and real estate brokers think about the viability of the local market.
The Pennington Biomedical Research Center is launching a major rebranding and marketing campaign aimed at raising awareness of obesity and the work the center is doing to address it.
Baton Rouge-based BBQGuys today announced its acquisition of Pacific Coast Manufacturing, a manufacturer of stainless steel grill accessories.
The Broome administration is asking the Metro Council to approve a resolution at its meeting later today “strongly opposing” a bill to eliminate the state’s inventory tax—unless any such measure would supplement the revenue loss for all parish taxing jurisdictions.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has selected The Water Institute of the Gulf to analyze how the federal benefit-cost analysis, used to select projects for construction, can more fully account for nature-based project benefits to the economy, environment and our communities.
A growing number of aging small business owners, with no family members interested in taking over, are considering their options—including selling their multigenerational companies.
Nearly one week after Daily Report detailed the unusual case of Niranjan Baisakh, a researcher at the LSU AgCenter who was accused in 2016 by a female graduate student of stalking, sexual harassment and sexual assault and had his tenure “removed” only to have it reinstated by the university three years later, questions remain as to how the unorthodox sanction was handed down and who approved the measures.
While restaurant and business owners are welcoming the crowds returning to their establishments in the days since Gov. John Bel Edwards relaxed the state’s COVID-19 restrictions, many say they’re having a hard time rehiring enough staff to keep up.
After a largely rough year for those doing business downtown, there are signs of optimism on the horizon—especially in the multifamily sector.
The Mese family has sold its property in the middle of the Garden District—a 1-acre tract fronting Government Street that comprises 11 lots, three corners, four commercial establishments and two houses—for $1.175 million in a deal that closed late Thursday.