The volume of properties under contract and sold has increased as potential buyers eye historically low interest rates and consider upgrading their current living situation as they stay home more.
New Orleans-area hotels reported better numbers in June than they did in May as the COVID-19 economic fallout continued.
As work continues on The National World War II Museum’s four-year, $400 million capital expansion, the two final projects have been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as construction and legal issues.
GCR Inc. says that it and its subsidiaries, PCC Technology, Inc. and MB3, have rebranded as Civix.
Although the largest upgrades planned for the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center have been put on hold, some smaller ones are moving forward despite projections that a loss of visitors will cost the city $1.2 billion this year.
The New Orleans bakery says its last day, for now, will be July 25.
The renovation of a former hostel into a boutique hotel in the Lower Garden District is expected to be finished early next year.
The French Quarter restaurant, established in 1979 by the late Chef Paul Prudhomme and his wife Kay, is closing permanently.
Central City Housing Development Corporation is looking to add affordable options in the Central City neighborhood.
Some smaller New Orleans festivals are testing new ways to celebrate the city's culture amid the COVID-19 pandemic.