Baton Rouge Commercial Real Estate on LACDB

Retail-Commercial For Lease

Baton Rouge, LA 70815

18,800 SF, $6 PSF (Annual)

For Sale - Former Dillard's Car Care Center

Retail-Commercial For Sale

Baton Rouge, LA 70815

18,800 SF, $500,000

Former Dillard’s Corporation owned car care center. Great building for an owner occupied, warehouse/office operation. Located at the corner of …

Office-Warehouse- New Roof in 2019

Office For Sale

Baton Rouge, LA 70808

3,472 SF, $215,000

Property Features
• Two-story concrete office building
• Previously used as a call center
• Fiber optic lines & Underground phone line
• Warehouse …

Mercantile Office Park

Office For Lease

Baton Rouge, LA 70809

2,688 SF, $23.50 PSF (Annual)

Office Building –

AVAILABLE FALL 2020! Dantin Bruce Development is now building their last building in the Mercantile Office Park located on Bluebonnet Blvd. between …

10710 Greenwell Springs Road

Retail-Commercial For Lease

Baton Rouge, LA 70814

16,799 SF, $9 PSF (Annual)

16,799 SF Stand Alone Building Available For Lease. Site has Excellent Visibility from the Main Highway. Building also has loading dock in

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Statewide foreclosure crisis looming in Louisiana, says Baton Rouge housing professional

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – Research by Urban Footprint found nearly 110,000 Louisiana households were unable to pay their mortgage in September.

Many people were unable to make their mortgage payments in September due to the ongoing pandemic.

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Many people were unable to make their mortgage payments in September due to the ongoing pandemic.

A housing professional on the ground floor in the Baton Rouge communities says the sum of overdue housing bills could boil over into 2021.


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“If you have a mortgage or rent that’s been past due for months, then you’re not back to normal,” said Samuel Sanders, the executive director at Mid City Redevelopment Alliance.

Playing catch up with your bills is no easy task, especially when the roof over your head is at stake. Sanders says there’s a looming crisis.

“We’re not feeling good about people getting back on their feet when the moratorium is over and make up any payments that were basically

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Baton Rouge homeowners vulnerable to foreclosure, report says

Nearly 110,000 Louisiana homeowners were unable to pay on their mortgages in September—including some 15,000 in East Baton Rouge Parish—suggesting that the state could be on the brink of a foreclosure crisis when forbearance periods come to an end next year.

According to an analysis released today by national consulting firm Urban Footprint and the Baton Rouge-based Center for Planning Excellence, the mortgage gap in Louisiana—the difference between what is owed on monthly home loans and what mortgage holders are able to pay—is currently an estimated $140 million per month.

In Baton Rouge, as well as in Lafayette and on the Northshore, the gap is nearly $20 million.

In the Greater New Orleans area, which has the largest mortgage gap in the state, the amount is $34 million.

“The findings of this report put more numbers to a housing crisis that we knew was coming,” CPEX Executive Director Camille Manning

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