Stirling Properties and CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. Officially Announce New Stores Coming to Fremaux Town Center

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Stirling Properties and CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. (NYSE:  CBL) officially announce the addition of four new tenants to Phase I of Fremaux Town Center in Slidell, Louisiana. Phase I is approximately 350,000 square feet anchored by Kohl’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Best Buy, T.J.Maxx, and Michaels. Construction is moving along as scheduled with a grand opening scheduled for March 2014.

Joining the previously announced tenants are:

  • Verizon Wireless, the first national wireless provider in the United States to build and operate a large-scale 4G LTE network, the most advanced wireless network technology available, with speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G.
  • Mattress Direct, a specialty retailer of foam, Serta and Tempur-Pedic mattresses.
  • Bellagio Nail Spa, a luxury nail care salon committed to providing you the highest standard in salon services, offering manicures, pedicures, waxing and more.
  • Anna’s Linens, one of the largest retailers of home textiles and home decor items.

The Developer also recently closed on the sale of 1.13 acres at $19.00 per square foot to the ownership of Panera Bread for its Fremaux Town Center location and scheduled to open April 2014.  Once complete, the 80+ acre Fremaux Town Center will consist of two phases.  Phase II will include up to 320,000 square feet of additional retail space anchored by Dillard’s and is scheduled to open in Spring 2015.

For leasing information, please contact Ryan Pecot by telephone at 337.572.0246 or by email at or Rodney Gordon by telephone at 423.553.8704 or by email at

For information on available outparcels, please contact Ryan Pecot or Robert Snetman by telephone at 423.490.8333 or by email at

December 12, 2013|Blog, development, Fremaux Town Center, New Orleans Northshore|

Southeast Super-Region Committee awarded gold medal by IEDC

Super Region Committee

Just a few short years ago, I was interviewed by a reporter for an article focusing on the extreme divisiveness, dislike and disdain between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. At that time, I even wrote an opinion column, The Feud is Fading, pointing out the futility in this situation and how it was preventing our region from competing nationally and globally.

It was from those roots that discussions began among a small group who had business interests which cross parish lines, from New Orleans and Baton Rouge, to form the Southeast Super- Region Committee.  So today it is truly exciting and gratifying to have the Super-Region Committee being recognized for an award for cross collaboration by the International Economic Development Council (IEDC).

To me, this represents hope for the continued future success of our region.

Click here to see the article released by Greater New Orleans, Inc.

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