Construction has resumed

If you pass by the Juban Crossing site, you’ll notice some activity again.  A part of the site has been freshly cleared, some heavy equipment is on site, and workers are around.

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Land Clearing

Heavy Equipment Rolling In

Just spotted this today:

There is also a bulldozer on the other side of the road, along with a sheep’s foot roller.

Juban Crossing details begin to emerge

Work should start soon on Livingston development: Juban Crossing developer Stephen Keller says the first phase of Livingston Parish’s largest retail and residential development will break ground within three months and will include up to 450,000 square feet of retail space, a 16-screen movie theater, a minimum of four national chain restaurants, the first of four 120-room hotels, a drugstore, two banks and a gas station. Keller, of Creekstone Companies, also says two national retailers have signed letters of intent to anchor the development. “We are in various stages of negotiations on letters of intent with several others at this time,” says Keller, who declined to name the retailers. Parish President Mike Grimmer has said a number of the retailers will likely mirror those seen at Creekstone’s Towne Center development in Baton Rouge, which includes Whole Foods, the Gap, Books-A-Million and P.F. Changs. To be built in three phases, the $350 million project is also expected to include up to 1,000 residents when complete.


Site Photographs

Hopefully, we’ll see some activity here soon since the sales tax passed.  As of today, this is how the property sits.

Original Juban Crossing Site Plan

Juban Crossing Sales Tax Approved

The Livingston Parish Council voted 7-2 Monday night to approve a 2-cent sales tax increase to fund infrastructure improvements around the proposed Juban Crossing development.

The council’s approval means the long-delayed project can go forward at Interstate 12 and Juban Road, just east of Denham Springs.

“It’s a milestone for the parish,” Parish President Mike Grimmer said after the meeting.

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