New $7 Million Margaritaville Gets Initial Approval For Decatur Street

by • August 9, 2016 • Food & Beverage, French QuarterComments (3)3857

Rendering via Architects and Builders of Lafayette

Rendering via Architects and Builders of Lafayette

Last week, the design committee of the Vieux Carre Commission gave unanimous approval for a new Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville at 336 Decatur Street in the French Quarter.

The $7 million project includes a new, ground up three-story building with a rooftop terrace.

Developer Logan Trotter of TMJ Group of New Orleans is seeking to demolish the former gas station at 336 Decatur Street.

The project would create 150 construction jobs and 125 to 150 permanent positions.  Architects and Builders of Lafayette is the general contractor .

The next step is for developers to secure design approval from the full VCC and the Architectural Review Committee.

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3 Responses to New $7 Million Margaritaville Gets Initial Approval For Decatur Street

  1. elvis says:

    BUFFETT, not Buffet.

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  3. Rebecca white says:

    HOLY SHIT!

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