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  • South Market’s $40M The Beacon Secures Financing, Begins Preleasing

    New Orleans- and New York-based The Domain Companies has announced securing financing for the $40 million The Beacon, the 126-unit third phase of the $250 million South Market District, the transformative mixed-use development under way in downtown New Orleans.

    New Orleans 01 December 2014 14:47
  • $28M Luxury Housing Opens in Baton Rouge

    By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor The High Grove, the first mixed-use, environmentally sustainable, transit-oriented development in Baton Rouge is going live. According to the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, residents have started moving into the first building at the $28 million luxury residential-retail project located near the Mall of Louisiana, off I-10.  The second building [...]

    South 10 October 2013 19:55
  • South Market Celebrates Groundbreaking, Starts Infrastructure Work

    Things are racing along at The South Market District (SoMa), the Crescent City’s transformative mixed-use transit-oriented downtown project with developer The Domain Companies recently hosting a groundbreaking event to celebrate the launch of The South Market District’s first phase, the $48.4 million Paramount building.

    New Orleans 23 September 2013 05:09
  • New Orleans Tops List, as City Rebuilds

    What was just a few years ago hard to even imagine, seems like the factual future now for the Crescent City: New Orleans has made it to the number one slot on a Forbes magazine list

    New Orleans 01 July 2013 04:52
  • Developer Announces $67M Mixed-Income Rental Building in Greenpoint

    The Domain Companies, a real estate investment and development firm based in New Orleans, officially announced last week that it has secured financing of a new mixed-income development in Greenpoint, Brooklyn’s northernmost neighborhood, through a mix of loans at below-market interest rates from the New York City Housing Development Corporation (NYCHDC) and Goldman Sachs.

    New York 04 January 2013 17:26

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