Design: Red Stick Social

Design Red Stick Social
Red Stick Social at Electric Depot opened in April in the former Entergy facility on Government Street. Entergy donated the 104-year-old property, which spans some six acres, to the East Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority in 2013 after it sat dormant for years. The redevelopment authority then connected with a private investment team led by Weinstein Nelson Development. The co-founder of the development company, Dyke Nelson of DNA Workshop, worked on the project design and development as well. (Tim Mueller)
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Architect: DNA Workshop/Dyke Nelson Architecture Contractor: Buquet & LeBlanc Cost: $6 million Completed: 2019 Use: Home to Red Stick Social, a 35,000-square-foot multipurpose entertainment…

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