Stirling Properties Highlights Leading Ladies In Commercial Real Estate!

Last month, several Team Stirling Properties members were acknowledged and awarded for their successes and contributions to the Gulf South commercial real estate industry. Melissa Warren, CCIM, Sales & Leasing Executive, was selected by the New Orleans Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® (NOMAR) Commercial Investment Division (CID) as a member of its governing Board of Directors. …

Major Economic Win for the Greater New Orleans Region

DXC Technology to create 2,000 high-paying jobs. The greater New Orleans region is celebrating a monumental economic win with the announcement that DXC Technology will establish a Digital Transformation Center in New Orleans’s Central Business District. (The site location will be finalized and announced soon.) The new Digital Transformation Center is expected to create 2,000 …

Walmart Grocery Pickup Location Coming to Metairie, Louisiana

Stirling Properties commercial real estate company is pleased to announce a recent lease to Walmart for a new standalone grocery pickup location in Metairie, Louisiana. The highly visible property is located at 615 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, between Aris and Focis Streets, in the former Whitney Bank location. Walmart will be renovating the existing building to …

Melissa Warren Named As Sales & Leasing Executive

Stirling Properties commercial real estate company is pleased to announce that Melissa Warren, CCIM, has joined its Commercial Brokerage Division as Sales and Leasing Executive. She will work from the company’s New Orleans office located in the Pan American Life Center at 601 Poydras Street. Warren has provided clients with commercial real estate advisory services …

New Orleans Tricentennial: The 300th Anniversary

Beginning in just a few months, New Orleans will enter its Tricentennial anniversary celebrating a 300 year history of one of the world’s most unique cities. During the Tricentennial year, we will be celebrating our history, culture, diversity, resilience, and people, as well as setting the course for a future on the rise. We invite …

“TREEmendous” Organizations In Our Region

This past weekend, we celebrated Earth Day, an annual day dedicated to encouraging conversation and engagement around environmental sustainability. Stirling Properties is a proud supporter of numerous environmental programs right here in the Gulf South region. Their work is critical to our success and makes our communities—where we live and work—stronger. In addition to corporate support, …

Stirling Properties Commercial Agents Among Top Producers At 2017 NOMAR CID Awards Ceremony

Stirling Properties commercial real estate agents were honored during the New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Realtors (NOMAR) Commercial Investment Division (CID) 24th Annual Achievement Awards ceremony. Beezie Landry, Stirling Properties’ Senior Investment Sales Advisor, received the award for Top Overall Retail Production. Sales and Leasing Executive, Joe Gardner, CCIM, was awarded for Largest Land Sale …

Forward New Orleans Coalition Releases Final Municipal Progress Report

Forward New Orleans (FNO) is a broad coalition of 25 civic, neighborhood, and business organizations. The group is tasked with creating an issues-based platform designed to educate voters and engage candidates for mayor and city council in seeking to identify and implement best practices that will improve opportunities and the quality of life for the …

Helping To Grow The Lafitte Greenway!

Stirling Properties’ Charles Barclay Is a Champion for New Orleans’s Newest Green Space The Lafitte Greenway is a 2.6-mile bicycle and pedestrian trail and green corridor that connects neighborhoods from Armstrong Park to City Park in New Orleans. The $9.1 million project broke ground in early 2014 and opened in November of 2015. The Lafitte …

New Orleans is returning to the global stage

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending GNO, Inc.’s annual meeting appropriately themed “GNO Global.” The event focused on the reflection of New Orleans’s “global past, present progress, and world-class future.” New Orleans was once the most diverse city in the country—the largest in the South—and served as a premier export metropolis. But during …