The Addison is a new construction, multi-family, mixed use development in Baton Rouge, LA. The project consists of 175,000 square feet including 139 one- and two-bedroom luxury rental housing units and townhomes, 7,000 square feet of boutique retail space, and a clubhouse with fitness studios. The Addison joins the existing High Grove development within The Grove, a Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND). Construction commenced in February 2015 and was completed in April 2016.
The Grove is adjacent to the Mall of Louisiana, in the heart of Baton Rouge’s growth corridor. The 118-acre TND will include a mix of residential, retail and commercial uses, including single-family for-sale housing, multifamily rental housing, medium-sized retail outlets, specialty shops, cafes and restaurants, a full-service hotel and a variety of commercial office formats. Over 44-acres of the TND is dedicated to parks, pathways and lush creek-side landscaping.
Despite record rainfall in the region, Palmisano once again delivered an on time project to one of its most important partners, The Domain Companies. We hope to continue working with this amazing group for years to come.
We hired Palmisano Contractors as our general contractor due to past experience with the company and our belief that they could deliver the project in an effective and efficient manner. We are happy to report that we were correct in our evaluation.
Palmisano’s investment in the project was evident in their management and collaboration with the project team which allowed for the project schedule and budget to be monitored and maintained effectively.
Palmisano Contractors’ method and execution was a great asset to the project and we plan to work with them again in the future.
– Domain Companies
“Construction has started on The Addison in Baton Rouge, the second luxury apartment development in The Grove traditional neighborhood development.”
Associated Builders and Contractors New Orleans/Bayou Chapter
The Aurora Awards
This project provided safe housing for those displaced in the 2016 Baton Rouge flood, and large retail spaces for future businesses. Palmisano is excited to see Baton Rouge get back on its feet, filling residential and commercial spaces that will help the city continue to grow.