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Carved from Oak. Etched in Stone.

The historic, oak-lined streets of Mid City are a microcosm that reflects the beauty found throughout our great city. From the bustling, modern businesses of Florida Boulevard to the charming boutiques of Government Street, Mid City hosts a full representation of the big and small of the Baton Rouge economy. Its people are a blend of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds and the community’s unique culture stems from this diversity. This celebrated district is the heart of our city, and it’s our mission to see it thrive.

 

Why We Exist

Mid City Merchants was created to bolster local business and stimulate growth in mid city, Baton Rouge's historic and cultural hub.

 

Driving Business amidst a Thriving Culture

Mid City’s resurgence is one of the most exciting parts of today’s Baton Rouge development. New burger joints and beer gardens adjacent to historic homes and age-old antique shops, the character of Mid City cannot be found anywhere in else in the city. As the merchant’s group of the district, we’re dedicated to stimulating growth of its businesses; and as members of the community, it’s our passion to see the area, it’s businesses and fellow community members continue to thrive.

 
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Become a Member

Through membership with MCM, you'll see your business and your community flourish.

 

 

Mid City Merchants

Board of Directors

 

 
 

Geordy Waters - President
Waters Pettit Real Estate

Gerri Hobdy - Secretary
Baton Rouge Community College

Justin Lemoine - Capital Improvements
ELS Landscape Architecture Studio

Tasha Daigle
Hair Art & Company

William Wells
Culinary Productions

Dyke Nelson - Past President
DNA Workshop

Sam Sanders - Treasurer
Mid City Redevelopment Alliance

Garrett Kemp
The Market at Circa 1857

Kristen Deihl
Twine Market & Deli