Redmellon Restoration and Development

Neal spent seven years as a student at Tulane University where he racked up a History degree, a Business Administration degree, a Law degree, and many, many thousands of dollars of debt. He worked briefly for a real estate developer in Atlanta before founding Redmellon, the oddly named firm that enables him to practice his calling as a “Preservationist Developer.”
In 2009 Neal became a Loeb Fellow at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and from 2011 – 2014 he was adjunct faculty at the Tulane University School of Architecture. He loves assembling the team that finances and rehabilitates historic structures.  He spends a lot of time thinking and writing about blight elimination and neighborhood redevelopment, and he lectures on these subjects to anyone who will listen and often to those who won’t.

Contact Information:
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States