Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Crescent Rice Mill Developing Sold, To Become Expensive Condos
Crescent Rice Mill Developing Sold, To Become Expensive Condos Just recently, tipsters were flooding each of our tip line, stating that Jax Brewery developer Earl Weber had obtained the old Crescent Rice Million Building. It turns out, the building is going to Lori and Shiny Mitchell, who emailed Curbed NOLA with details of their own exciting acquisition. The property is set to become "super large end" condos, which means they will be incredibly expensive — suggested two to four bedroom models range in cost from $700K to $2.5M. The plan Rice Bran Oil Machine boasts five rooftop penthouses, four common spas, a lobby access similar to a hotel's, and a whole new cafe coming to the ground floorboards. The Mitchells promise which whoever sets up look Rice Mill Machine Price will deliver to the building's residents. Hank Smith associated with HBSA II is the builder and the project is planned to be completed in 2016. The condo's brands? Crescent Rice Mill Condominium, to honor the actual building's history as grain mill with a potential of generating Eight hundred barrels of the materials per day in its hey-day.