Audubon Completes $20M Restoration of Vacant Multifamily Property in Baton Rouge

by Alex Tostado

BATON ROUGE, LA. — Audubon Communities has completed the restoration of St. Jean Apartments, a vacant 624-unit multifamily property in Baton Rouge. In 2016, Louisiana experienced flooding that left 312 ground-level units at St. Jean with serious water damage and the property was abandoned. In 2017, Atlanta-based Audubon purchased the community for $33.3 million and launched a $20 million restoration and renovation effort. Audubon has since rebranded the 50-acre property as The Reserve at White Oak and is now leasing the community, which is 30 percent occupied.

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