News for January 2016

These Walls: Chateau LeMoyne hotel moves into modern era

These Walls: Chateau LeMoyne hotel moves into modern era

January 29, 2016 Latest News

By: CityBusiness staff reports Project description: An eight-month-long renovation of Chateau LeMoyne-French Quarter, a Holiday Inn hotel at the corner of Dauphine and Bienville Streets. Address: 301 Dauphine St. Arc… Read More »

Top Construction Projects: 10. Jung Hotel Redevelopment

Top Construction Projects: 10. Jung Hotel Redevelopment

January 29, 2016 Latest News

Editor’s note: This is one of a series of stories featured in CityBusiness’ upcoming Top Construction Projects guide.  By: Robin Shannon, Managing Editor Occupying an entire city block along Canal Street, the historic Jung… Read More »

Amtrak considering New Orleans to Orlando rail service

Amtrak considering New Orleans to Orlando rail service

January 27, 2016 Latest News

By The Associated Press via nola.com Amtrak and the Southern Rail Commission are conducting a tour along the Gulf Coast to consider the feasibility of bringing passenger rail back to the Gulf Coast, more than a decade after Hurrican… Read More »

Renovation Report: Former music instrument supplier-turned-hotel gets makeover

Renovation Report: Former music instrument supplier-turned-hotel gets makeover

January 27, 2016 Latest News

By: CityBusiness staff reports Project: Renovation of the Interstate Electric Company Building into a Fairfield Inn & Suites Address: 346 Baronne St., New Orleans Architect: Campo Architects Contractor: Donahu… Read More »

Commission reins in proposal to legalize Airbnb-style rentals

Commission reins in proposal to legalize Airbnb-style rentals

January 26, 2016 Latest News

By Robert McClendon, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune New Orleans should embrace small-time Airbnb-style rentals, but the legalization of outright vacation rentals is a bridge too far, the City Planning Commission said Tuesday (Jan. 26), vo… Read More »