Mike Wampold

  • Wampold Reveals Name of New Baton Rouge Hotel

    Mike Wampold’s new hotel in downtown Baton Rouge will be a Marriott Autograph. The developer has recently revealed more details about the project, which broke ground earlier this year, at Convention and Third Streets. The new hotel will be called the WATERMARK Baton Rouge.

    South 29 May 2015 22:07
  • Wampold Starts Work On New Hotel in Downtown Baton Rouge

    Baton Rouge is getting a new hotel. According to The Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, local real estate developer Mike Wampold has finally broken ground on the redevelopment of the 12-story the old Louisiana National Bank Building at 150 N. Third St., in the city’s downtown. He plans to turn the 88-year-old building into a 146-room hotel.

    South 09 April 2015 22:12
  • Wampold Cos. to Demolish, Rebuild on 5.5-Acre Apartment Site

    Baton Rouge is getting a new luxury apartment complex. The Wampold Companies has finally started work on the Bayonne at Southshore, a new, luxury, rental community on Stanford Avenue.

    South 16 January 2015 23:28

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