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Drainage construction will begin in downtown Lafayette at the intersection of Jefferson Street and Lee Avenue in front of the old city hall building, according to a spokesperson Lafayette Consolidated Government’s (LCG) Public Works Department. This project is...
The Opportunity Machine, an incubator for start-up businesses, has a new, permanent home in downtown Lafayette.
Drainage construction will begin in downtown Lafayette in front of the old city hall building.
Perficient, a digital consulting firm with an office in downtown Lafayette, hired 50 graduates from its training bootcamp held last fall.
Construction could start at the end of the year, but that is all dependent on what they find once the process is started.
SchoolMint will move into a temporary space in downtown Lafayette and could soon land a permanent home possibly later this month.
The Downtown Development Authority is proposing construction of a performing arts center to replace the Heymann Performing Arts Center.
We are all excited to continue our Merry & Bright tradition and can’t wait to gather together to celebrate the magic of the holiday season Downtown.
After the success of both Chicken Sandwich Snackdown and Burger Battle Royale, we HAD to continue the fun competition amongst our Downtown neighbors. 16 Downtown restaurants will compete for the ultimate title: TACO TAKEDOWN CHAMPION. This exciting month-long food...
Lafayette, LA – Downtown Alive! announces their Fall lineup as they return to in-person programming this Fall in Parc International. This beloved community tradition pivoted to virtual programming throughout 2020 and Spring 2021 due to COVID-19 and managed to reach...
The Downtown Lafayette community was resilient in 2020 and is now poised for tremendous growth as we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.