1030 Jena Street, New Orleans, LA – Sold!

Victorian Elegance!

Elegant Victorian home with beautiful crown moldings, baseboards and windows throughout. Formal dining room with fireplace and crystal chandelier. Kitchen with granite counter tops, walnut cabinets, island and walk-in pantry. Den off breakfast area. Bedrooms with access to balconies. Transom windows throughout. Laundry area upstairs. Two A/C and Heating systems; one for upstairs and one for downstairs. Security alarm and more. A must see. For more info or a private showing, please call Ron at 504-309-1700.

Riding on a rail

“Shotgun” could be altered form of “togun.” African Yoruba word for “house” Didn’t know that. cc: @PRCNO

@PRCNO My favorite shotgun house is the one at the Children’s Museum #NOLAshotgun

Progress Report: Beyond Hospitals

An update from Biodistrict New Orleans

From: BioDistrict New Orleans <questions [at] biodistrictneworleans.org>
Date: Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 4:56 PM
Subject: Progress Report: Beyond Hospitals

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Progress Report: Beyond Hospitals

In Focus: BioDistrict New Orleans

We have jump-started 2011 with some very significant events. On January 14th, we kicked off the year with the BioTech II Summit and Luncheon at the Westin Hotel. This daylong meeting provided an update on the work begun by the New Orleans Regional Biosciences Initiative in 2007. Highlights of the summit included remarks from Senator Karen Carter-Peterson and Dr. James Richardson, as well as discussions on the BioDistrict’s Master Planning activities.

There’s much to look forward to in 2011 including; the groundbreaking of the University Medical Center, the grand openings of the BioInnovation Center and the International Soft Landing Center in April, and the Louisiana Cancer Research Center in September. Our City will also be hosting the Association of University Research Parks’ 25th International Convention from November 30th through December 2nd.

With your support and participation we will continue to work toward the development of a world-class bioscience industry in New Orleans. I look forward to sharing many more successes with you through the course of this year, and please don’t hesitate to contact me with your suggestions or questions.


BioTech II Summit and Luncheon

Four years after the development of the New Orleans Regional Biosciences Initiative, presenters at the January 14th Summit described ongoing local efforts to foster academic and medical research, and the potential this research and its related industries have to revolutionize our region’s economy. Presentations from the summit can be viewed and downloaded from the BioDistrict Website.