Indian production company relocating to Denham Springs, but film tax credit changes have the owner considering changes

Production company moving headquarters to Denham Springs STEVE HARDY| SHARDY@THEADVOCATE.COM Denham Springs — An Indian film production company on Thursday announced it will be relocating its headquarters to Denham Springs to take advantage of Louisiana’s film tax credit program. Mahee Productions provides services such as audio mixing, movie effects and…

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Officials show plans for new multi-use development center

DENHAM SPRINGS, LA (WAFB) – Officials in Livingston Parish unveiled their plans Thursday morning for a new multi-use development center in Denham Springs.  (Click Here for Video) The new 44,000 square foot complex will be known as Riverside Landing at Bass Pro and will feature a new shopping center, restaurants…

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New Denham project includes skyscraper, movie studio

New Investors Capitalize on Soaring Traffic Stats for Riverside Landing at Bass Pro From Action17News.com Denham Springs, LA – Denham Springs Mayor Gerard Landry announced a modern, state-of-the-art 44,000 square foot building and introduced key partners continuing invest and generate over $5 million dollars in tax revenue annually for the…

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Four-story Carlisle Place planned for Livingston Parish

From Baton Rouge Business Report Livingston Parish is getting its first “high-rise.” The city of Denham Springs has announced that construction is set to begin this fall on Carlisle Place, a four-story retail and high-end office building at the northwest corner of Bass Pro Boulevard and South Range Avenue. The…

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Four-story high rise continues Bass Pro boom in Denham

From the City of Denham Springs: Carlisle Place Development, LLC Announces Major Redevelopment of Corner Entrance for Riverside Landing at Bass Pro Blvd. in Denham Springs, Louisiana A gleaming, glistening “high rise” is on the horizon for Denham Springs, catching the eyes of the 3.2 million shoppers and tourists, and…

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