by Levi Benjamin •
March 15, 2017 •
Development, Zoning and Land Use •
Comments (0) •
Image of the Le Petit Motel via Lacdb.com
According to our friends at Mid-City Messenger, a development group seeks to combine the Le Petit site with the vacant site next door in to an office and retail development that will target attorneys and others that frequent the courthouse next door.
Mid-City Messenger reports that Bahram Khoobehi and Houssien Magarhish are seeking to build a two story development that would feature retail like drug store or a coffee shop on the ground floor, offices for attorneys or others on the second floor, and 68 parking spaces. No residential component is included.
Demolition of the Le Petit requires approval of the Neighborhood Conservation District Advisory Committee. No waivers or variances to the zoning code are needed.
Raymond Bergeron is the architect.
The hotel at 2836 Tulane Avenue, which was purchased in April 2016 for $725,000 by San Francisco restaurateur Nicholas Fasanella and designer Devin Vermeulen of WeWork, was recently put back on the market and listed for sale at $1,050,000.