Drs. Michael and Marcus Pittman have proposed developing an abandoned 78 acre concrete plant on Mandeville’s waterfront into a major mixed-use development called Port Marigny. THe project would include 429 housing units, 192 apartments, 28 condominiums and about 100 large home sites.
The development will also feature 60,000 square feet of commercial space, a 150-slip marina, a 120-room boutique hotel, a park on the waterfront, and a town center. The buildings would be four stories high.
Steven Oubre of Architects Southwest and attorney Richard Muller are also involved in the project.
The developers are currently going through the political process with the city to get the project approved.
You can find more info at the project’s Facebook page.
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