The Bayou Treme Center will renovate the former church as a mid-sized concert venue, performance hall, and exhibition space.
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A Place to Do Business
With 55 office suites anchored by NewCorp Business Development Center, the Business Incubator at Bayou Treme Center will provide all the amenities of a traditional office building alongside a variety of auxiliary resources, such as technical and financial support, tax-credit specialists, and small business consulting.
In the coming weeks, the Bayou Treme Center, in partnership with the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, will be finalizing its application for 501c3 non-profit designation.
Center Recognized by City of New Orleans as Digital Node
With state-of-the-art studios and modern digital technologies as part of the Business Incubator, the Bayou Treme Center was recently classified by the New Orleans Business Alliance as a Digital Node, a designation that will allow local businesses and organizations to seek digital support and resources from the Bayou Treme Center Business Incubator. With an emphasis on film and digital media, the Bayou Treme Center can help position projects to take full advantage of a variety of local and state tax credits. To learn more about what the Bayou Treme Center incubator model will offer, click here.
A Place to Learn
The Bayou Treme Center will renovate the former elementary school building with modern classroom and playground space designed for start-up public charter schools seeking to develop and grow their programs. Click here to learn more about the Education Incubator.
A Place to Create
The Bayou Treme Center will offer affordable studio space and a business incubator for local artists to support the development of their business capacity. Click here to learn about the Arts Incubator.
The Bayou Treme Center project will be a powerful and ongoing source of economic revival in an area that has suffered substantial disinvestment since the late 1970’s. We are grateful to the New Orleans Catholic Archdiocese for providing this wonderful historic facility on terms that will make this proposed $10 million renovation, and the 95 permanent jobs that it will produce, possible – Hal Brown