$3.2M Baker’s Row Condos Get City Council Approval

Baker’s Row, the eight-unit condominium complex proposed on the former site of Hubig’s Pies, has cleared its next-to-last hurdle, with the New Orleans City Council approving redevelopment plans

Baker’s Row

Baker’s Row, the eight-unit condominium complex proposed on the former site of Hubig’s Pies, has cleared its next-to-last hurdle, with the New Orleans City Council approving redevelopment plans, reported The Times-Picayune. Following the council’s unanimous vote allowing a higher-density use, the developers now only need the approval of the Historic District Landmarks Commission.

Set to rise at 2413-2417 Dauphine St. in the historic Fabourg Marigny neighborhood, the project is being developed by Michael Bosie and Kyle Resmondo of MK RED at a cost of $3.2 million, reported The Times-Picayune. The project will consist of two two-story, four-unit buildings. The 1,500-square-foot units are expected to sell for $500,000. Amenities will include a 40-foot, single-lane lap pool; eight off-street parking spaces; a communal outdoor kitchen; private courtyards and balconies; and contemporary finishes, according to multiple sources. According to Canal Street Beat, the developers have closed on the site, purchasing it for $770,000 from Pie Dauphine LLC.

The development team also includes Titan of LA Inc. as general contractor, David O’Riley of O’Riley Engineering as project engineer and John Dalton as architect, according to papers filed with the city.

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