“Dyke Nelson and David Weinstein are winning at calculated gambles. They have profited from redevelopments in challenged areas. Seeing the promise in Mid City, for instance, Nelson moved his architecture practice into a warehouse he converted on 14 Street. The duo is redeveloping the Entergy warehouses around the corner from Nelson’s office. They won the right to do so from the East Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority. The six acres will include an entertainment venue, bowling lanes and a restaurant in one of the two main buildings. Apartments, more restaurants and shops will be on the site in future phases. We asked Nelson a few questions about the future of Mid City…..”