Ascension Parish builder and developer Corbin Ladner is planning a new 75-acre subdivision for the intersection of Babin and Tiger Bend roads. The Sanctuary, as the development will be called, will consist of 106 lots that will range in size from .3 acres to 1.25 acres each, and homes that will average slightly more than […]
Baton Rouge’s first commercial climbing gym, Uptown Climbing, is going up on Coursey Boulevard and is set to open in late July, featuring four distinct rock climbing areas, yoga and aerial silks. The 10,000-square-foot gym is currently under construction at 10505 Coursey Blvd., across the street from Investar Bank.
The owners of Phil’s Oyster Bar, brothers Jordan and Anthony Piazza, have reached an agreement with landlord Donnie Jarreau to lease the restaurant space in the Southdowns Village Shopping Center vacated earlier this year by Table Kitchen & Bar.
Spencer Calahan has begun work to build a new five-story office building in downtown Baton Rouge near the Pastime Restaurant at 252 South Blvd. that will cost the attorney between $8.5 million and $9 million.
On a recent bright sunny day, something that has become a regular occurrence this winter, Developing Baton Rouge was given a behind-the-scenes tour of Cane Land Distilling Co. Our tour guide was Cane Land’s founder, Walter Tharp. Walter’s family owns Alma Plantation & Sugar Mill in Lakeland, Louisiana, and Cane Land uses Alama’s sugar cane for their […]
The Shrimp Basket, an Alabama-based seafood restaurant chain, will open its first Louisiana location this summer near the intersection of Perkins Road and Essen Lane.
A long-planned $17 million career-focused high school moved closer to breaking ground Thursday as the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board gave tentative approval to seeking bids to construct the 34,000-square-foot structure in Melrose East.
The mystery restaurant moving into the space formerly occupied by Pei Wei in the Acadian Village Shopping Center has been revealed. Ruby Slipper Café, the popular New Orleans-based restaurant seving breakfast, lunch and brunch, will open its first Baton Rouge location in the 3,400-square-foot space this spring.
A new school specializing in educating children affected with autism spectrum disorders from preschool through age 20 will open in March at the site of the former Brighton Elementary School campus at 9150 Bereford Drive.
The fourth phase of the Highland Park Marketplace—which will include tenants such as Bengals and Bandits, Pilates Plus, Burgersmith, Smarter Eyewear, NK boutique and Lafayette-based Morgan Claire boutique, among others—is expected to open in October.