Demo Request for Oak Street Lofts Delayed

by • July 10, 2014 • Condos, Development, Uptown, Zoning and Land UseComments (1)1467

A developer’s request to demolish a building to make way for the new Oak Lofts condo and gym complex were delayed by two weeks, after a city panel failed to gather enough members to hold a meeting legally on Monday — in part because five of its 13 seats are vacant, reports Uptown Messenger.

Th Oak Street Lofts is a development proposed by George Fowler IV.  The project calls for 4 stories, 22 condo units, and a 1600 square foot gym.  The development got the go ahead from the neighbors back in May despite exceeding the 10,000 square foot development size.

The architect is Charles Neyrey at M2 Studio.

Rendering by M2 Studio via City of New Orleans

Rendering by M2 Studio via City of New Orleans

 

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