Tenants at the 500,000 square foot (51,000 m²) complex, which opened in May 2005, include Regal Cinemas, Cumulus Broadcasting Studios, Bass Pro Shops, Banana Republic, Hooters, Buffalo Wild Wings, Old Farmer's Almanac, and Build-A-Bear Workshop. In addition, there are outlet stores owned by Nike and Haggar.
On March 30, 2008, Louisiana Boardwalk put a controversial curfew in effect. No one under 16 is allowed after 8 p.m. unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
On Wednesday, October 27, 2010, news outlets began reporting that O&S Holdings, the company that owns and manages the Louisiana Boardwalk, had defaulted on their loan payments and were late in paying by more than 60 days. Shopping Center Business magazine listed the Louisiana Boardwalk as the 10th most delinquent shopping center in the country based on the balance of their loan, $124 million.
- Mahfoufi, Michelle (January 9, 2005). "The pie is getting bigger". The Times (Shreveport, LA). p. I1.
- Jennings, Angel (July 14, 2005). "Boardwalk, mall compete for shoppers in Bossier City". The Times (Shreveport, LA). p. B6.
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