Down in South Louisiana, along a great marsh and bayou and under beautiful Live Oaks spotted with Spanish moss will reside a new community, a traditional neighborhood. The sort of place where children can play in the park and fish on the pier or have a picnic with their family on a beautiful, tree-lined lawn. It will be a place where children can walk to the corner store for an ice-cream on a hot, summer day and where adults can sit and relax after dinner. It will be a place to have a warm cup of coffee outside the café in the morning or on a friend’s porch in the evening.
This will be a neighborhood where families become friends and friends become like family.
A community that allows children to grow
up with similar experiences of a time gone by; one that ensures the feeling of security without the need for walls and gates; one where the homes, public buildings and spaces are built of lasting quality and an attention to detail that will withstand the tests of time. A friendly, close-knit community that follows along with the time-honored traditions of South Louisiana architecture and a simpler, healthier, happier way of life. This is to be a place that is home, not just to its residents, but to its visitors, who are welcomed in with open arms. This place is where old fashioned values become the current way of living.