Southeast Restaurant Group Purchases 8 Taco Bell Restaurants -  Southeast Restaurant Group (“SRG”), which currently operates 28 restaurants in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, announced today the purchase of eight Taco Bell restaurants located in New [...]

N.O. company buys 20 TGI Fridays restaurants

The New Orleans Advocate: Southeast Restaurant Group, which owns three TGI Fridays restaurants in metro New Orleans and Mobile, Alabama, has purchased 20 company-owned locations stretching from Houston to Nashville, Tennessee. Elie [...]

Elie Khoury: an eye for big picture and tiny detail

Preservation in Print: Elie Khoury was about to complete an ambitious labor-of-love, the condominium conversion of Anne Rice's St. Elizabeth's Orphanage on the corner of Napoleon and Prytania Street Uptown. Moreover, the rapid [...]

Stream Realty Partners Takes Over Leasing at One Main Place

  Commercial Property Executive: New Orleans-based KFK Group has tapped Stream Realty Partners to handle leasing at One Main Place, its newly acquired 33-story high-rise in downtown Dallas. Originally designed by world-renowned [...]

Here Now, 10 Great Hotel Pools in New Orleans Pool season is so close we can almost smell the stinging scent of chlorine, so let's take a look at ten great hotel pools. Some offer rooftop views of downtown, some swimming experiences come [...]

Restaurant group buys Murfreesboro TGI Fridays

Daily News Journal: NEW ORLEANS – Southeast Restaurant Group, which currently operates TGI Fridays restaurants in Alabama and Louisiana, announced last week the purchase of an additional 20 Fridays restaurants, including the Murfreesboro location. The purchase [...]

Developers Breathe Life Back into New Orleans’ Canal Street

Downtown Upturn:   Not long ago, New Orleans’ historic Canal Street looked like a graveyard for dead department stores. Newer suburban malls had rendered the city’s main shopping thoroughfare obsolete, and grand buildings that once [...]

Good News in New Orleans

Preservation Nation: A New Orleans department store, opened in 1903 but vacant for the past 11 years, has become the first luxury condominium project to open in the city since Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005. The [...]