$70 Million Luxury Canal Street Development Gets Its Demo Permit

by • May 6, 2014 • Central Business District, Development, Zoning and Land UseComments (1)6658

Rendering via 1031 Canal

Rendering via 1031 Canal

1031 Canal, the $70 million high rise planned for the corner of Canal and Rampart Streets, is finally moving forward after it was able to obtain its demo permit from the city.

The building permit for the high rise on the edge of the French Quarter has been under review since last November, and seemed to have stalled out over a dispute on paying city fees.

According to Curbed, a permit was issued on April 25 to demo the former Woolworth building, which currently sits on top of the site of the new building.

Assuming the development continues to move forward, the project will eventually include 240 residences, 15 penthouses, three rooftop decks, an elevated dog park, two gyms, a movie theater, parking galore, and 65,000-square-feet of retail space.

You can check out the final design and plans here.

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One Response to $70 Million Luxury Canal Street Development Gets Its Demo Permit

  1. […] we heard from developers of the planned high rise at 1031 Canal Street, they had received their demo permit, released their final building plans, and then the project stalled over a dispute with the city […]

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