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Cook: Valhalla under construction

Originally published in The Greater Baton Rouge Business ReportDantin Bruce Development has purchased a nearly 15-acre tract on the south side of Highland Road, at its intersection with Pecue Lane, for development of an upscale residential subdivision to be known as Valhalla.The property was purchased Feb. 5 from The South Baton Rouge Church of Christ…

Valhalla receives green light from Planning Commission

Originally published in The Greater Baton Rouge Business Report Dantin Bruce Development received the green light Monday from the East Baton Rouge Parish  Planning Commission to begin Valhalla, a 20-lot development on a 15.4-acre tract on the site of the failed Heritage Oaks development. Brian Dantin with Dantin Bruce Development says the company hopes to…

Cook: Dantin Bruce sells first building in Offices at City Farm for $1.03M

Originally published in the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report Dantin Bruce Development has sold the first building in its Offices at City Farm development on Jefferson Highway, making a deal with Forty-Four Holdings LLC for $1.03 million. Cypress Title will move into the building by the end of the year. The sale price for the…

Dantin Bruce pays $2.8M for 60 acres in Prairieville, plans Hidden Farms subdivision

Originally published in The Greater Baton Rouge Business Report Developers Brian Dantin and Ross Bruce have for years searched for a tract of land in Prairieville on which they could develop a new subdivision. On Tuesday, the co-owners of Dantin Bruce Development closed on a $2,790,105 deal for roughly 60 acres located just over the…

Property Acquired for Prairieville Developlment

Originally published in The Advocate  Brian Dantin and Ross Bruce have purchased 60 acres of land near Prairieville to build Hidden Farms, a 142-lot development, in the spring. DB Hidden Farms LLC bought the 60-acre site on Brown Jr. Road near Old Jefferson Highway in Prairieville for nearly $2.8 million, according to Troy Collins and…

Lack of developable land will likely push Baton Rouge toward infill projects in the coming decade

  Originally published in Greater Baton Rouge Business Report After decades of rapid real estate development, especially in south Baton Rouge, a major factor has emerged. “There’s just not a lot of available land,” says Brian Dantin, a partner at Bruce Dantin Development. “And what is available is really expensive.” Consequently, the city may finally…

Cozy Apartment Redefines College Campus Living with Nifty Functionality!

Originally published in Decoist The apartment style housing for those on college campus who wish to (and can afford to) shun the dorm room is an option that is not just popular but on the rise. It is often a band of friends coming together to rent their own little apartment that ends up eventually…

Dantin Bruce planning high-end, low-density development on site of failed Heritage Oaks

Originally published in Baton Rouge Business Report Dantin Bruce Development is planning a 20-lot subdivision on a 15.4-acre tract at Highland Road and Pecue Lane that earlier this year was the site proposed for Heritage Oaks, a much denser residential development that was denied by the Planning Commission amid neighborhood opposition. The new development will…

College Campus Living at Baton Rouge

Originally published in HomeDSGN This stylish apartment is located near the University of Louisiana campus at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. Designed by Kenneth Brown Design, it is intended to bring a fresh perspective to college campus living. -Magaly  

Sales are strong at recently completed 333 Flats condo project near LSU

Originally published in Baton Rouge Business Report It’s been a busy few months for Dantin Bruce Developments. While the company is in the initial stages of its new Offices at City Farm office park on Jefferson Highway along with more than a half-dozen other projects, construction has finished on 333 Flats, the companion high-end condominiums…