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New Development in Irish Channel

A new residential subdivision is being built on the site of the former Turnbull Bakery facility in the Irish Channel neighborhood of Uptown New Orleans. Owner and developer, Nicole Webre, CEO of Livewell Properties LLC, received unanimous approval from the city to develop 15 single-family houses and residential lots. The new subdivision, called The Bakery Village, is ready for construction to begin on the first set of houses. Commenting Webre said: “We are excited that this redevelopment will enable more residents to enjoy this burgeoning historic community.”

Grab Bars Nola Make Homes Safer for Elderly

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Grab Bars Nola offers an effective way to make houses safer for the elderly. Owned and managed by Sue and David Heidel, the company offers professional placement and installation of grab bars in baths, garages, front porches, laundry rooms and other areas in the home. Sue Heidel said: “We are delighted to offer minor, affordable and permanent modifications to a home which make a world of difference.” The idea sprang from the couple’s work remodeling homes after Hurricane Katrina. David Heidel has 30 years experience in carpentry and home renovations, and Sue Heidel is an Aging-in-Place specialist as certified by the Home Builders Association.



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