Lakeshore Landing is a waterfront development on Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans, Louisiana, just east of New Orleans Lakefront Airport and directly adjacent to Southshore Harbor Marina. The site was formerly home to a Bally's casino, and the existing Bally's building will be transformed into a food and entertainment destination. Other buildings on the site include a new home for the National WWII Museum's restored patrol torpedo boat PT305, which is currently open to the public and offering rides. Future plans include a fuel dock, marina store, beer garden, amphitheater, various small stages, and food/beverage kiosks--all set in a newly landscaped park at the edge of the lake with recreational opportunities abound.
Recording Studios + Bungalows on the peninsula (future development)
With its open plan and garage doors, the Pavilion's first floor can accommodate an open-air market or other large public or private events.
Second Floor Food Hall
Second Floor Deck looking towards the future amphitheater.
Second Floor Deck looking towards the peninsula
Kiosk at Marina Deck
Large open field at the peninsula (north view)
Large open field at the peninsula (south view)
Bird's eye view of the peninsula facing southwest
Alternate bird's-eye view facing southwest, revealing the entire site
Bird's-eye view facing north showcasing recreational activity and landscape features on the improved peninsula.