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Bangert: Inside the new look for an old J&C building in downtown Lafayette

Tina Torres, leasing agent for The Press, checks the Exactly how, none of us toting the last of our affects in cardboard boxes could imagine. T.J. Maxfield, former graphics artist at the J&C, and I took turns giving each other a leg up, one Saturday afternoon a few months ago, to peek in one of the new windows along the alley next to Lafayette Theater, trying to get some sense. (We failed miserably, tumbling a few times like a pair of clowns.) Beyond that, Torres’ invitation for a tour as leasing started was my first time back. Torres and I were both taking notes – hers for what used to be where; mine for … wait-where-am-I? Tina Torres, leasing agent for The Press, checks the features of an apartment where the Journal & Courier's publisher's office once was. The J&C moved in April 2016. Weinstein Nelson Development, a Baton Rouge, La., company, renovated the property at Sixth and Ferry streets into 54 studio and one-bedroom apartments. For a building I thought I’d never forget – every bump in the carpet – it was amazing to feel how quickly I lost my bearings beyond the most obvious clues: the second-floor door that still says, “News Room;” the tall windows, wood trim and semi-circle stained glass of the publisher’s office and conference room; the lettering on the frosted glass in wooden doors – “Office of General Secy-Treas Michael DiSilvestro” – left from the days of the Painters and Decorators offices before the J&C expanded there in the 1970s; the exposed strips of hardwood and steel flooring where carriers once picked up bundles of newspapers; the view of the St. John’s Episcopal Church steeple that provided distraction from the droning in a third-floor conference room. Trying to give Torres the promised situation among new hallways linking 36 different floor plans – the studios are about 725 square feet, with all units custom fit for space the old building offered – wasn’t nearly as easy as I thought it would be.

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