Planning is underway for a makeover of the downtown Riverfront Plaza, the recreational space along the levee directly across from the Raising Cane’s River Center.
Dreams and plans get hatched all the time by eager entrepreneurs and determined developers. And fresh concepts that—at least to one person or a group of entrepreneurs—seem like the next big thing are always welcome in a market like Baton Rouge, where newness is prized.
@Highland, a new mixed-use office park located on 9 acres at the intersection of Highland Road and Bluebonnet Boulevard, is running about three months behind schedule and likely won’t be completed until late August.
Vacant orange-brick buildings pocked with broken windows on the former Entergy site on Government Street will get new life as an entertainment venue, bowling alley, pizza parlor with microbrewery, healthy living center and 16 apartments.
The development arm of the East Baton Rouge Parish Housing Authority is planning to develop a 99-unit senior housing complex on a 4.5-acre site on Gardere Lane between Highland Road and Burbank Drive.
Spain Street Park in Mid City is getting a revamp, and the chief designers behind it? The surrounding Fuqua neighborhood residents.
An $85 million proton radiation cancer treatment center will be built in Baton Rouge by Provident ProtonCare, a division of Provident Resources Group in Baton Rouge.
Rouses Markets has signed a lease agreement to move into a space in the Bluebonnet Village Shopping Center currently occupied by Matherne’s Supermarket.
BASIS, one of the most academically demanding charter programs in the nation, has reached an agreement with Woman’s Hospital to open a K-6 charter school on nearly 10 acres of hospital–owned property across Stumberg Lane from the hospital campus.