Nicole Webre – Founder & Developer
Bakery Village was founded by Livewell Properties, LLC under its principal owner and developer Nicole Webre. Nicole also owns Webre Consulting, a WBENC-certified woman-owned business. Nicole is a New Orleans native and earned her undergraduate degree from Tulane University and her Juris Doctor degree from Loyola University College of Law. She has spent over twelve years in city government and the legal field helping residents, small business owners, education institutions, and real estate developers navigate local and state government agencies. Nicole is currently a member of the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, Urban Land Institute, and the Home Builders Association of Greater New Orleans. As a consultant she offers her clients the same level of expertise and service, advising clients on issues including regulatory compliance, land use planning, zoning and options for future real estate development, permitting, commercial and residential entitlements, and legislative-based economic incentives. As a developer, she participates in several small and large scale developments throughout the Greater New Orleans area and took Bakery Village from a concept to reality by offering home-owners a planned residential community in the Historic Irish Channel neighborhood.
Alec Adamick – Architect
Alec Adamick of Adamick Architecture is a licensed and insured architect. The designs that Alec and his team have provided capture the historic flavor of the neighborhood, while creating open floor plans that are more contemporary in nature.
Keith Marrero – Architect
Keith Marrero is an expert in the field of architecture, design, and construction with over 35 years of experience. A New Orleans native, he earned his degree in architecture from the University of Notre Dame. In 1989, he founded AMI Architects in Greenville, SC. He operated the nine-person firm for 18 years until his return to New Orleans. He has designed over 200 buildings across the country, and now enjoys using his expertise to design quality, efficient, and historically significant homes for residents.