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Elysian Apartments

1120 Spanish Town Rd.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802
PartnerElysian Development Partners
RoleDeveloper / Lender / Owner / Property Manager
Total Development Cost$15,484,962
Completion Date11/27/2013

Located at North 13th Street and Spanish Town Road, The Elysian is a four-story 111,500 square foot multi-family development, offering residents high quality affordable, and environmentally friendly mixed-income rental housing.

The design incorporates pedestrian-oriented streetscapes, porches and balconies, a community room and fitness center, a playground area, bike racks, an outdoor gathering space, and an outdoor kitchen.

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