Demo Permit Pulled for Lee Circle Gas Station for GNOF’s New Building

by • February 25, 2014 • Construction, News, Warehouse District, Zoning and Land UseComments (1)3351

The gas station at Lee Circle (919 St. Charles) that has been vacant since Katrina will soon be demolished to clear the way for the new three-story office building for the Greater New Orleans Foundation.

The new 20,000 square foot building will double the size of GNOF’s current offices at the K&B Building across the street and comes with a roughly $8 million price tag

The building will feature a 1,500-square-foot assembly center for nonprofits, an 1,100-square-feet coffee shop,  a 750 square-foot office for startup businesses, a resource center, a library and more office space.

GNOF purchased the property in December for about $1.9 million.

Permit for demolition

Permit for demolition

 

 

Rendering of GNOF's New Building

Rendering of GNOF’s New Building

 

 

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  1. […] February we reported that a demolition  permit was pulled for the old shell station at Lee Circle (919 St. Charles Avenue), which had been vacant since […]

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