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Central shopping center sells for $2.47M

Central's City Market Shopping Center, located at 18564 Magnolia Bridge Road, has been sold for approximately $2.47 million, says Justin Langlois of Mike Falgoust & Associates Commercial Real Estate, who represented the seller in the deal. Built in 2007 and patterned off of a shopping center in Destin, Florida, City Market is located 2.5 miles ...
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Walmart buys Denham Springs land for development of neighborhood market, gas station

Walmart, through its real estate business trust, has purchased a roughly 5.8-acre tract at the corner of La. 16 and Vincent Road in Denham Springs, on which it plans to develop one of its neighborhood market stores, which are smaller than its usual retail stores. Walmart also plans to develop a gas station on the site. The retail giant paid $1,392,...
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Investar Bank to build new branch at Commerce Centre in Prairieville

In a deal that closed this afternoon, Baton Rouge-based Investar Bank purchased a 0.8-acre lot at Commerce Centre––a commercial park in Prairieville located on the southwest corner of Airline Highway and Commerce Centre Drive, across from La. 42––for $550,000. The bank intends to immediately begin construction on a full-service branch at the site, ...
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Sixth Office Building Set to Go Up in Bluebonnet Palms

The developers of Bluebonnet Palms Office Park will soon break ground on its sixth office building, which will be owned and occupied by a law firm, says Chris Pike, an investment and development specialist at Mike Falgoust & Associates who represents the office park. Under Bluebonnet HP Holdings LLC, the firm has filed its plan review applicati...
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Third Building Sells in Speculative Coursey Office Park

The third office building at Market Plaza Office Park on Coursey Boulevard has been sold, says Chris Pike, an investment and development specialist at Mike Falgoust & Associates who represents the speculative development. The same limited liability company that purchased the office park's first two buildings—Coursey Condos LLC—purchased the mos...
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