This 848 acre tract will be transformed into a mixed use development to contain a college campus, town center, business offices, multifamily apartments, town and garden homes, a community recreation center and a myriad of single family home sites.
The name “Tamanend” comes from Chief Tamanend of the Lenni Lanape Nation; a benevolent tribe whose purpose was to live in harmony with its neighbors and the environment. Weyerhaeuser NR Company’s aspirations for this community encompass this harmonic essence in its natural landscape and historic architecture. “This is going to be a beautiful place”, says Scott Gilbert, project manager for Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Development Company. “Years of planning have gone into Tamanend and Weyerhaeuser couldn’t be more excited to see this community begin to take shape in St. Tammany Parish.”
Tamanend will use common Architectural Components and Amenities throughout the project as well as ensure quality of vertical construction with comprehensive restrictions for each phase of the development.