(Strength + Firmness + Stability) X 10 Years = New Orleans Apartment Market

This word problem title easily portrays the current state of the New Orleans metropolitan multifamily market. The past decade can be recorded as positive in asset appreciation, sales, rent and occupancy growth. Unlike the majority of multifamily markets in other cities, metro New Orleans has numerous barriers to entry. The market has a trifecta of sorts in that we have an ever-rising demand with a restrained supply due to the city’s geography, socio-economic factors and neighborhood …

New Developments Put New Orleans Among Hottest Retail Markets in the Country

[caption id="attachment_118867" align="alignright" width="100"] Kirsten Early, SRSA Commercial Real Estate Advisors[/caption]As New Orleans-area residents and businesses can attest, The Big Easy is currently experiencing a dynamic period of growth and development. With projects coming out of the ground, fierce competition for limited commercial space downtown and a number of new retailers entering the market, there is more reason for optimism than at any time in recent history. New Orleans …

Downtown, St. Tammany Hotspots for Development in New Orleans

There is a buzz about New Orleans — no longer are only locals singing the virtues of this great American city. In fact, Forbes rated New Orleans the fastest-growing city since the recession in 2013, Bloomberg describes the Crescent City as “Boomtown,” CNN Money rated Louisiana as one of the most entrepreneurial states and Career cited New Orleans as one of the fastest for wage growth in the United States. A spotlight has been shining on the dynamics of this …

Stronger Retail Sales in Baton Rouge Point to Higher Demand This Year

With the presidential election and fiscal cliff behind us, the mood among retailers, developers and brokers in the Baton Rouge market has turned to cautious optimism. This year, expect continued growth at a measured pace in the Baton Rouge retail market. The Baton Rouge MSA is made up of nine parishes with a total population of 820,000. Over the past two years, the Baton Rouge MSA has seen employment growth increase at an average rate of 0.5 percent, with an unemployment rate currently at …

Retailers still slow to come back.

The national economic downturn hasn’t impacted the greater New Orleans retail market nearly as much as the glacial pace of decision-making on behalf of retailers and investors who have pledged to enter, or re-enter, this still underserved market. As we close in on the 5-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, retail properties in Jefferson Parish and other more affluent parishes have rebounded, while large swaths of Orleans Parish, home to the city of New Orleans, remain retail starved. …

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