We choose our opportunities carefully, utilizing the expertise of partners and associates operating in those markets. Our local knowledge translates into projects that have been strategically designed to changes in market trends. We believe this approach maximizes experiences, while remaining flexible and responsive to the unique needs of the communities in which we build.
Lincoln Beach New Orleans
14100 Hayne Blvd. New Orleans, LA 70129 – 200 Condos | 200 Lofts | 300 room Hotel | 100 room Boatel
Lincoln Beach abuts Lake Pontchartrain in the Little Woods neighborhood of eastern New Orleans. Started as a segregated Black swimming area in the late 1930’s, the site underwent a major renovation in 1954. Thereafter, until its closing in 1964, Lincoln Beach provided a summer long festival of water sports, carnival rides, music and food.
In its original form, Lincoln Beach typified the problems of the separate-but-equal
era. Acquired by the Orleans Parish Levee Board in 1939, the site’s original 2.3 acres
contrasted with Ponchatrain Beach’s easily accessible 50 acres and $100,000 roller
coaster ride. Conversely, Lincoln Beach stood 12 miles from the Central Business
District down a two lane road and just shy of Rogers Lagoon with no public
transportation. Sandwiched between Lake Ponchatrain fishing camps, the site
contained one building.
Our Lincoln Beach Partner – Nardi Assoicates LLP
Luxurious Container Homes
Alabama | Georgia | Louisiana | Mississippi
Along with our partners at Renu Foundation we design and build basic and custom Container Homes for those who seek sensible, sustainable and affordable housing. Our skilled team of architects, designers, developers, and consultants have found a way to transform big boxes of steel into beautiful and fully-functional homes.
With proper planning, you can endeavor to design and build a luxurious house for half the price of a “normal” house.
Let’s talk a bit about the costs of building a shipping container house.