Covington Commons is located North of Lake Pontchartrain and The Causeway and in close proximity to I-12. It is part of a thriving area in West St. Tammany Parish on 73030 LA-25, Covington, LA


Southern Region

Stretching from Florida to California, Interstate 10 is the tie that binds the Southern Region of the United States together, passing directly through the New Orleans Metro area as it makes its transit in both directions. The Southern Region is home to some of America’s best known cities and has a rich history expressed in its love of tradition. Covington Commons combines elements of this vibrant Southern heritage with contemporary commercial retail developments to maximize its perfect location along I-10.

The Northshore

The Northshore of Lake Pontchartrain represents one of the most affluent areas of Southern Louisiana. Its residents are made up in large part of white and blue collar workers who commute daily into the Greater New Orleans Area. The people of the Northshore enjoy the scenic setting of rural community combined with the sophistication and conveniences of the suburbs. Locals have a higher than average yearly income and employment rate and are the primary consumers that Covington Commons will reach.

New Orleans

Boasting a population of just over 1,100,000, New Orleans is perhaps best known for its love of good food and great music. But more than that, the Greater New Orleans area is the hub of commerce for the majority of Southern Louisiana. Whether it’s a job at the ports, with gas and oil magnates, or a service industry, people commute from north and south to make their living in this expansive community. And when the day is done, they head home and spend their hard-earned dollars in their local communities. Covington Commons is poised to capitalize on this revenue stream, being centrally located just beyond the junctions of I-10, I-12 and a number of smaller highways which service the communities across the lake from New Orleans known locally as “The Northshore”.