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About TerraBella

Moving backward and forward at the same time. It’s a statement seemingly meant for a riddle — but in reality, it’s the philosophy of the New Urbanism movement. This movement has us looking back at the great cities of our past and reviving what made them work. Intimate scale. A village square. Green space. These were the things that created such a strong sense of community throughout these towns. And by reintroducing them, New Urbanists hope to bring the same strengths into the present.

New Urbanism and a return to the traditional neighborhood are the motivation behind architect Steve Oubre’s village plan for TerraBella. Oubre’s vision is an answer to the promise of the Northshore that has been unfulfilled by the builders of suburbia. Public spaces mingled with homes, parks, and footpaths all lined with front porches and gardens. It’s an accessible way of life that takes cars out of the equation and keeps them in back lanes and garages, and puts the charming Southern architecture front and center, just as it should be. And while it’s the architecture that initially catches the eye, it’s the idea of moving backward and forward that creates a better way of life for generations to come.

Visionaries

That word best describes the talented people, whose vision for a better life and a better lifestyle, plan, design and execute every detail that makes TerraBella the Northshore’s most unique and sought after neighborhood. Our distinguished visionaries are:

Boh Bros. Const. Co.

Boh Bros. looks back with pride at the road it has traveled from a small homebuilder in New Orleans to one of the largest multifunctional construction companies in the region. The key to Boh Bros.’ success has been a corporate culture of innovation and absolute commitment to quality that has been passed down from its founders through generations of dedicated employees. Its workforce is composed of talented, skilled and competent craftsmen at all levels, with experience and longevity that exceeds that of other companies in the industry. The company continuously employs a workforce of over 1,400 people, over a third of whom have more than six years of experience. This consistency provides the experienced, trained teams necessary to meet the needs of every client.

Managing Partners

TerraBella’s Managing Partners combine decades of knowledge and experience in both residential and commercial real estate developments. While pursuing his undergraduate and graduate, Randy Meyer, one of the partners, learned the business from the bottom up, primarily focusing on commercial construction. In 1977 Meyer founded his own firm and moved into the residential arena. He completed 12 homes in the Diamondhead Development and several residences on the Mississippi Gulf Coast before moving into St. Tammany, where he has since completed over 1,000 homes and commercial buildings. Meyer has been instrumental in the development of subdivisions including Beau Rivage, Madisonville Woods, Savannah Trace, Mile Branch, Highland Ridge, Timberwood, Willow Bend, Fox Branch, and Barkley Parc. Meyer has served on numerous boards and is active in the community through his positions such as Past President of the St. Tammany Homebuilders Association; past State Director for the Louisiana Homebuilders Association; National Representative to the National Homebuilders Association; past Executive Board of Directors of St. Tammany HBA; past Secretary of St. Tammany HBA; and Executive Board Member for the Alliance for Good Government.

Steve Oubre - Town Planner

A town planner and architect, Oubre has practiced architecture since 1976 and co-founded his own company, Architects Southwest, in 1980. The firm specializes in urbanist development in cultural architecture, and in educational and campus planning. His work throughout the Gulf South has received design recognition at the local, regional, and national levels. His current focus is on urbanist projects in Louisiana (most notably, The Village of River Ranch in Lafayette), Mississippi, Texas and Arkansas. He is popular with groups like The Audubon Society, as well as with developers, because he has shown that development costs can be minimized, and at the same time, an environmentally sensitive product can achieve the quality of life that is extremely attractive to home buyers.

Get In Touch

From I-12: Take Exit 59 (Covington/Madisonville). Travel North on LA 21 for 1.2 miles. Turn left on to Bootlegger Road/LA 1085 at 3rd traffic light (Resource Bank on left corner). Terra Bella Boulevard is one mile ahead on the right. Located just 10 miles from the Causeway bridge.

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