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Green Coast Announces Jackie Dadakis as New CEO

Biz New Orleans | 11/18/2020

“I’m very honored and excited that Will and Lex have entrusted me with the next phase of Green Coast,” said Dadakis, who holds a master’s degree in city planning from MIT. “My vision is continuing to innovate and work towards bringing more affordable and resilient housing to the Gulf South.”

First ‘parklets’ arrive in New Orleans, turning parking lanes into restaurant patios

Nola.com | 11/16/2020

“We’ve seen how people gravitate to our sidewalk seating, and we think this will add to it,” said Michael DePaolo, managing director at Pythian Market. “We really want to provide an environment where people feel as safe as possible to come out and enjoy what our vendors are doing here.”

New Mid-City condos will start in the low $200,000s

Nola.com | 05/02/2019

The development team behind a new, 21-unit condo building going up in Mid-City plans to market the project as housing for professionals like nurses, teachers and first responders.

New food hall Pythian Market is key to reviving a once-famous New Orleans address

The New Orleans Advocate | 12/12/2018

The building will soon open an events space on the second floor called the Laurenia and a music venue and bar called 2Three4 (after its address on Loyola Avenue).

Mixed-use development along Lafitte Greenway uses innovative stormwater management

nola.curbed.com | 04/06/2018

This development lacks green space for water absorption—but it does have French drains and several cisterns, which the developer says can hold more than 7,000 gallons of rainwater. The sidewalks along the development are made with permeable material, similar to what’s found along the cross paths on the Greenway.

New Orleans Developer Bites on Voluntary Affordable Housing Incentive

NextCity.org | 06/30/2017

Green Coast Enterprises and Iris Community Development are working with financing partner Crescent City Community Land Trust to build a new, $30 million mixed-use apartment complex with 105 units. They’re taking advantage of the city’s voluntary inclusionary zoning incentive, established in 2015, which offers a density bonus to developers in “high-opportunity” areas.

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