Turnbull Bakery Redevelopment Moves Forward

by • May 28, 2015 • Development, Lower Garden District, Multi FamilyComments (2)4959

Rendering via Pentek Homes

Rendering via Pentek Homes

A plan by a local developer to redevelop the old Turnbull Bakeries site in the Lower Garden District into 17 single family homes was approved by the City Planning Commission and sent to the New Orleans City Council, report our friends at the Uptown Messenger.

Developer Nicole Weber will be transforming the former production facility for Melba Toast into 17 houses that match the historic character of the neighborhood.

The Historic District Landmarks Commission granted Webre the right to demolish the structures in March.  The development also needs a rezoning from industrial to residential, and a resubdivision so Webre can build on each of the lots and then sell them individually.

You can read the gull article here.


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  1. […] in the Irish Channel and replace it with 15 brand new luxury single-family houses.  The project received the blessing from the City Planning Commission three weeks […]

  2. […] Developer Nicole Webre purchased the site of the former Turnbull Bakery and is converting it in to 15 houses that match the historic character of the neighborhood. […]

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