Category Archives: Hospitality
This adaptive reuse of approximately 8,500 square feet of first floor commercial space is located in the heart of the famous French Quarter. The project consisted of the complete removal/ replacement of the first floor slab to facilitate stained etched concrete flooring in the bar and dining areas.
The two story, 9,500 square foot building was originally built in 1860 by a French immigrant to be used as a coffeehouse and concession stand for City Park (the park area adjacent to the restaurant). The first floor consists of the main dining room and bar area.
Work at the Sheraton New Orleans consisted of the complete renovation of the hotel lobby and motor court spaces, the addition of approximately 5,000 square feet of second floor ballroom space, renovation of an existing cafe and renovation of 3rd and 5th floor ballrooms, and pre-function spaces.
The Phase II expansion of the Aquarium of the Americas on the Mississippi River consisted of the addition of a new exhibit wing including the IMAX Theatre. The addition, which added approximately 22,000 square feet to the operating aquarium space, accomodates changing exhibits.
Located at the corner of Bourbon and Iberville, the newly renovated building boasts a soundproof floating ceiling and custom fabricated finished throughout the three rooms appropriately named The Parlor, Jazz Alley and Jazz Cafe’. Landis worked closely with the owners of Storyville to construct an excellent landmark for jazz and its heritage at the food of the French Quarter.
Harrah’s New Orleans Casino, the only land-based casino in Louisiana, is located at the foot of Canal Street on the former site of the Rivergate Convention Center. The project consisted of two sub-levels housing parking and operations; two gaming levels; a 500 seat, multi-level performing theater and various mechanical mezzanine levels.