Come Tour The Irish Channel’s Bakery Village Development; First Two Buildings Complete

by • April 21, 2016 • Lower Garden District, ResidentialComments (0)2132

Renderings via Bakeryvillagenola.com

Renderings via Bakeryvillagenola.com

The Urban Land Institute is hosting a tour of the new Bakery Village development in the Irish Channel.

Developer Nicole Webre purchased the site of the former Turnbull Bakery and is converting it in to 15 houses that match the historic character of the neighborhood.

Elizabeth Turnbull was the CEO and President of Turnbull Bakeries, Inc. from 1981 until she passed away in 2010. “I did not have the opportunity to meet Mrs. Turnbull,” says Nicole Webre, who purchased the property in July, “however, she has been described to me as a strong and sharp businesswoman who was a force to be reckoned with.”

The houses are designed by Alec Adamick of Adamick Architecture and architect Keith Marrero.

The houses under construction are being built by Nelson Clayton Homes and are about 90% complete with the average price being $300-$310 per square foot.

Turnbull Bakeries manufactured Melba Toast in the Irish Channel until it closed the site in 2012.  The warehouse was built in 1946 and, according to a property listing, was made up of three buildings and a parking lot:

The ULI is hosting the tour May 4, 2016 at 5:30pm. You can register and get more details here.

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