A two-year legal battle in which the city-parish filed suit to rescind a controversial $10,000 land sale of a prominent corner lot in Baton...
A slowdown in commercial and industrial construction work around the Baton Rouge region has contractors looking for work in other markets.
Design: 1200 Brickyard Lane is the first multi-tenant office building on the Water Campus; tenants include Stantec and Cybersecurity Coordination Center.
Opportunity Zone tax breaks meant to spur development in distressed communities are not attracting Baton Rouge investors—at least not in low-income areas.
Design: The new headquarters for the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors is designed to be friendly so that visiting contractors will have a pleasant experience and be proud of their industry.
Federal changes are propelling the East Baton Rouge Parish Housing Authority and its new executive director to rethink public housing.
Though all in the community express concern about the homeless, the problem with panhandling in Baton Rouge is a problem that's negatively impacting businesses across the city.
Design: Park Elementary School is a 21st-century facility that alllows faculty and staff to educate students using enhanced project-based learning.
Whole-house short-term rentals from companies like Airbnb are creating controversy in Spanish Town and elsewhere in Baton Rouge. Regulations are coming, but it’s clear not everyone will be happy.
Virtual reality, drone photography and a host of other new technology is impacting the way real estate—across every sector—is getting done.