In The News
Chick-fil-A Approved for Mid City Location

Chick-fil-A's third new Orleans Parish location on Tulane Avenue was recommended for approval by the City Planning Commission.

Read More.   
Entertainment venue coming to St Claude Arts Corridor

The City Council has approved an arcade and live music venue in the Marigny in the Art Garage building. The eye-catching murals will remain.

Pickleball Courts approved in Lower Garden District

New facility is an adaptive reuse of a vacant warehouse in the LGD, set to house indoor and outdoor courts for Pickleball, the fastest growing sport in America.

City Council approves plan for wellness center in former church, with restrictions

The City Council last week approved the zoning change that will allow a wellness center in the former Norwegian Seamen’s Church, while promising to add some requirements for the business and property owners.

Proposed Drive Shack golf facility would demolish former Times-Picayune building, but murals will be saved

The Drive Shack golf facility under consideration for the former Times-Picayune site on Howard Avenue would require tearing down the old newspaper building completely, but the owners of the property say they are committed to preserving the massive murals inside.

Courtyard by Marriott construction start celebrated by Gretna officials, BN Management

Gretna officials and real estate developers broke ground Wednesday on a $50 million hotel-retail complex described as the largest economic development project in the city's history.

Avondale Shipyard redevelopment takes “huge step” forward, potential buyer says

Two companies looking to close on a purchase of the former Avondale Shipyard in Jefferson Parish noted key progress on Thursday toward the site reopening as a multi-modal private terminal along the Mississippi River.

120-foot-high Royal Street hotel project gets council OK despite French Quarter groups’ objections

The New Orleans City Council on Thursday unanimously approved a developer's plan to renovate and add three stories to a vacant historic hotel in the 100 block of Royal Street.

City Planners Approve Zoning Change for Former Times-Picayune Building

Sherman Strategies has been integral to the ongoing redevelopment of the former Times-Picayune headquarters at 3800 Howard Ave. Upon approval of a zoning change for the site, Mike Sherman described the project as "a catalyst for this whole corridor, which is in a sea of underutilized property."

Foret Represents Edwards Communities As Plans for Garden District Apartment Complex Move Forward

Sherman Strategies is proud to represent Edwards Communities as they bring their nationally-renowned housing brand to Mid-City and the Lower Garden District.

Read more.