dan326

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dan326 last won the day on March 23 2013

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  1. dan326

    Baton Rouge Single Family Developments

    I was wondering what type of neighborhood that would be, at prices below $200,000 in BR it'll probably be monopoly homes although DSLD always does a good job. Of course, the fact they're flood prone probably factors into the lower price. You know the naming convention: species name + natural feature, lol!
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    Plan Baton Rouge

    I agree about the alternative locations. I guess though, Trahan's and potential resident's mentality is: if I'm paying $2 mil, I deserve a better view than the people who's view only costs the price of a dinner.
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    Baton Rouge Photo of the Day

    That's cool, I bet it was really nice with the mountainous backdrop. Nope, like I said I think real spring and fall are more rare then snow here, lol.
  4. dan326

    Roundabouts/Traffic Circles?

    My guess is they are just impatient and try there luck. Those people in them big trucks be all up on ya.
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    Rouzan TND

    Basically where it says "CVS" to the left of Market St in the top left corner of the site plan, there is instead a big box store, sorta like how Fresh Market sits by itself in Perkins Rowe.
  6. dan326

    Mid City

    https://www.businessreport.com/article/baton-rouge-council-review-dedicated-millage-levels-2019 Japanese restaurant to open at Electric Depot in early 2019 BŌRU, an authentic Japanese restaurant, is the latest tenant to announce it will join the Mid City mixed-use development Electric Depot in early 2019. The restaurant concept—being developed by the Ichiban Group, including owners Patrick and Ronnie Wong—will offer a variety of Japanese-inspired bowls, including house-made ramen and poké dishes. “I wanted to take things to the next level and be as authentic as possible,” says Patrick Wong in a prepared statement. “Electric Depot is a great up-and-coming space in Baton Rouge, and I love the Mid City community.” Patrick Wong recently trained in Japan under esteemed chefs Makado Tada, of Tsuruichiya fame, and Takeshi Koitani, who owns the Jiraigen Syndicate. He’s also trained under Chef Keizo Shimamoto of Ramen Shack in New York, who is considered one of the top ramen chefs in the U.S.
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    Gonzales & Ascension Parish

    https://www.theadvocate.com/baton_rouge/news/business/article_740061c8-f35b-11e8-a46a-a37fa76fb3c7.html Former Gonzales Kmart to be converted into shopping center; see list of possible tenants An abandoned Kmart store in Gonzales will be converted into a shopping center with tenants potentially including Ross Dress for Less, Marshall’s, Ulta Beauty and Five Below, plans submitted with the city show. Stirling Properties has proposed redeveloping the property at Airline Highway and Cornerview Street. The Kmart store closed in early 2017 as part of an ongoing series of shutdowns led by the chain’s financially troubled parent company, Sears Holdings.
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    Baton Rouge Developbits

    RaceTrac buys land on Millerville Road for $1.1M HOLLY DUCHMANN NOVEMBER 28, 2018 Further continuing its expansion in the Baton Rouge market, RaceTrac purchased a 1.4-acre tract off Millerville Road through its holding company, according to sales documents. Mountainprize Inc., a Georgia corporation, bought the property at 3275 Millerville Road for $1.1 million. The seller is listed as MDKCT LLC, whose registered agent and officer is listed as Mostafa Khosravanipour. https://www.businessreport.com/article/racetrac-subsidiary-buys-land-millerville-road-1-1m Oh no! How many RaceTracs do we really need? We got 2 on O'Neal, 1 on Sherwood and 1 on Harrell's Ferry. This location is on the south-east corner near Forest Park where that restaurant turned car repair shop is.
  9. dan326

    Baton Rouge Single Family Developments

    Whoops, lol! I guess I wasn't paying attention.
  10. dan326

    Baton Rouge Growth and Development

    ^ Even though I don't shop there, it's still cool. There wasn't any reason Houma could have one but we couldn't.
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    Baton Rouge Photo of the Day

    I've been so excited this fall. Our leaves actually changed to pretty fall colors. I think it snows more here then we have "legitimate" autumns where trees change colors rather then the usual: leaves stay green til January then they go straight to brown and fall off. I'll post my little amateur pics when I get a chance.
  12. dan326

    Plan Baton Rouge

    While I'd like something taller too even if it's 10 stories, that's still saying a lot about Baton Rouge considering each unit is like 2 million dollars.
  13. dan326

    Rouzan TND

    I can see why people'd be upset but I think the zero setback fits considering it's suppose to look like a downtown-type area.
  14. dan326

    Baton Rouge Single Family Developments

    RaceTrac buys land on Millerville Road for $1.1M HOLLY DUCHMANN NOVEMBER 28, 2018 Further continuing its expansion in the Baton Rouge market, RaceTrac purchased a 1.4-acre tract off Millerville Road through its holding company, according to sales documents. Mountainprize Inc., a Georgia corporation, bought the property at 3275 Millerville Road for $1.1 million. The seller is listed as MDKCT LLC, whose registered agent and officer is listed as Mostafa Khosravanipour. https://www.businessreport.com/article/racetrac-subsidiary-buys-land-millerville-road-1-1m Oh no! How many RaceTracs do we really need? We got 2 on O'Neal, 1 on Sherwood and 1 on Harrell's Ferry. This location is on the south-east corner near Forest Park where that restaurant turned car repair shop is.