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Long Farm Village developer begins design work on final residential phase

Developer Russel Mosely is nearing the completion of residential lots in the fourth filing of his Long Farm Village and is beginning the engineering and design work on the fifth and final phase.

Council on Aging buys Lotus Center property from city-parish

The East Baton Rouge Council on Aging bought the newly renovated Lotus Center property on Main Street from the city-parish Monday.

Chase will have new retail branch in I River Mark Centre

With its long-term lease up later this year, Chase Bank is downsizing its footprint in the former Chase South Tower downtown, which was recently...

Former State National Life Insurance building downtown sold to NOLA investor

The former State National Life Insurance building in downtown Baton Rouge has been sold to a New Orleans-based investor.

Topgolf competitor GolfSuites coming to Baton Rouge

A new golfing venue is moving into the Baton Rouge market—and is developing its high-tech driving range just two miles from the Topgolf location...

EBR environmental services department planning operations facility

The East Baton Rouge Parish Department of Environmental Services aims to open a 27,000-square-foot operations facility on Florida Boulevard. The department wants to renovate and add space for “offices and service shops” at a vacant building that once belonged to an All Star Nissan dealership.

Baton Rouge-area residential market starts year strong with sales up 27%

The Baton Rouge-area residential market is continuing its hot streak, posting nearly 27% more closed sales last month compared to January 2020.  There were 860...

Metro Council set to rule on Millennial Park’s controversial rezoning request

Residents like Brown worry that rezoning Millennial Park would exacerbate existing noise problems and a lack of parking spaces.

Harveston residential activity progresses; commercial slower to take off

Homes in The Lakes at Harveston—the second residential phase of developer Mike Wampold’s planned community at Nicholson Drive and Bluebonnet Boulevard—will come online later this spring, around March or April.
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Electric Depot’s progress hurt by COVID-19, but projected to pick up in 2021

Amid the pandemic, Electric Depot—originally touted as a catalyst for Mid City’s redevelopment—has been slower to take off than anticipated. However, activity could potentially be on the upswing.