At Provenance you’ll find a charming and inviting Traditional Neighborhood Development reminiscent of yesterday’s small towns that fosters a strong sense of community. Enjoy a village setting that blends nearby shops, restaurants and services with beautiful green areas. Provenance is the first neighborhood and community of its kind in the Shreveport / Bossier City area, and provides the convenience and quality of life that today’s families of all ages and sizes long to enjoy.

To view the Covenants of our neighborhood, please view our Declaration of Charter.

Provenance is a Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND).

Think of it as a special place like no other in Shreveport, Louisiana – a great neighborhood that takes the best planning from traditional communities and combines it with today’s conveniences and ecological principles. In a TND, the following are located within a 3 to 5 minute walk: parks, lakes, recreational areas, shops, restaurants, offices, civic buildings, and more. You can play, work, shop, exercise, dine, run errands or just relax — all within your own village.


Provenance is not one of those “overdeveloped” neighborhoods. We have preserved the natural beauty surrounding the community to provide a real sanctuary for our residents and enhance their quality of life.


Public and private spaces have equal importance in TND’s, creating a balanced community that serves the needs of a wide range of home and business owners and promotes relationship building among residents.

Sense of Community

Take part in a variety of community activities for families and single residents where you can get to know your neighbors. At Provenance, you can live in more than just a great home – you can live in a great neighborhood.

For more information about TND’s and new urbanism, please visit:

Our Vision

At Provenance, we are providing a superior product in a sustainable development planned and designed like the neighborhoods that have survived and prospered over the centuries. We are bringing the concept of the Traditional Neighborhood Development to Shreveport, incorporating attractive streets and public places, protected natural areas, and a variety of housing types.

What’s in a name?
A name can say a lot about who we are and what we want to become. A literal translation of Provenance is “a preserved grove of trees.” Provenance – a Traditional Neighborhood Development we’d like for you to call “home”- is certainly that…and so much more.

Our vision is about creating the place where you can escape to experience a new way of living. Amid its natural beauty, you’ll find Provenance embodies a nostalgic quality that harkens back to a simpler time in America while offering all of the benefits of modern living. Provenance is the first neighborhood in Shreveport where a peaceful, park-like atmosphere blends harmoniously with conveniences like shops, restaurants, and professional offices with a variety of housing options. For most residents of Provenance, the town center is just a brief walk away from home.

Provenance is a new, pedestrian-friendly way of life – a sanctuary from everyday stresses. To us, that’s what the place you call “home” is all about.

What Best In American Living Looks Like

“Moving has its challenges, but for me it was so exciting. The reason was because I was finally purchasing a home in Provenance. After four years of frequently driving through the subdivision, I was led to a home on Sweetleaf Avenue. Through much prayer, I was sure the white Acadian cottage was My Provenance Home. I had totally been led to the perfect place for me. The design of the neighborhood had always drawn me to this beautiful planned community. One of my favorite Beach areas is 30 A, which has several planned communities. So now that I am here, I feel like I am on vacation everyday. The activities, pool, exercise room, restaurants, special green spaces, along with the beautiful homes, provide a very special atmosphere. The people in the community have been very welcoming. Truly, Provenance is a great place for families, couples or singles. I look forward to many years in this very special place.” Brenda Webb

“Like many retirees we wanted to down size our home. We toured other developments, but fell in love with the look and feel of Provenance. Each home was unique, and the parks and green spaces added to its charm. We enjoy being able to walk to the restaurants. The parks and pool area are great when our  grandkids visit. The planned events throughout the year are fun and gives us the opportunity to get to know and spend time with our neighbors. We have not been disappointed in our decision to move and be a part of the Provenance community.”

The Millers

“Not all neighborhoods are created equal. When we were shopping for our forever home, curb appeal was high on the list. The nostalgia we found in Provenance was a bonus! The pride in ownership that every resident shares is obvious to anyone who visits. We didn’t buy a home, we bought a lifestyle and we are living the dream every day.”

Phelps Family

“In 2012 we decided to move from 17 acres in the country in order to be closer to our parents.  We looked at many of the neighborhoods in the Shreveport/Bossier area. We kept coming back to Provenance because it had all the elements that were important to us.  We wanted a sense of community, unique house plans, and the feel of living in the country within the city. We love calling Provenance home!”

The Graysons

“When we decided to make Shreveport our home, we knew that Provenance was the neighborhood for us. We love that we’ve had the opportunity to become friends with our neighbors through the array of community events. This place creates a sense of togetherness you can’t find anywhere else in Shreveport!”

The Priestley Family

“Upon deciding to return to Shreveport after my retirement, there was only one place I wanted to live – Provenance. At first it was the appeal of custom built homes with a quaint, yesteryear charm. Then, before long, I was sold. The sales manager took my hand and guided me through the process of deciding on a house and choosing interior finishes. My enthusiasm grew each day with the confidence and ease of working with the builders the superb quality of their construction, and the exciting realization I was becoming a homeowner in a smart, master planned community. I enjoy all the activities planned for the young and for active adults. Events like the Feast, Farmers Markets, and Wine Tastings draw friends and neighbors from all around, in a fun, inviting atmosphere. Quick access to I-49 makes trips to Bossier shops and Baton Rouge grand-daughters a breeze. In Provenance I feel safe, I feel connected, and I feel the hometown friendliness of staff and neighbors. Those close to me frequently hear me say, “I love my home and I love my Provenance!”

Mary Ann Bargmann

“We never imagined living here, or “south of town” – but when we took a tour of the house and the neighborhood, we completely thought differently about everything. No where else in this region is there a neighborhood your kids can walk to the park, walk to their friends house safely, or a neighborhood you know has your best interest. The community and events, it is all amazing. Our pets, kids, and family are very thankful we made the decision to invest in this great place.”

Billy and Kelly Hargrove

“Living in Provenance is a blessing I give thanks for every day. I am captivated by its charm, delighted with my neighbors, and engaged in its many activities. My husband and I feel Provenance is perfect for living our retirement dream!”

The Sullivans



Kennon Williams

Kennon Williams is the principal of Kennon Williams Landscape Studio (KWLS), a Landscape Architecture firm located in Charlottesville, Virginia. He has worked in the field of landscape architecture since 1996 with a particular focus on the integration of site design, aesthetics, and environmental responsibility and has lectured widely and served on state and national panels related to these topics. He has extensive experience in urban and community-scale design and has participated in design charrettes and planning in diverse locales such as Washington D.C., Portland, Oregon, Florida Panhandle, Amsterdam, and Moscow.

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CARBO Landscape Architecture

From our inception in 1995, CARBO has developed design and project skills to become a leading landscape architecture firm. The firm has developed a considerable range of projects that maintain a keen awareness of the environment and understand the importance of identities unique to the places in which we work. Committed to the axiom that simplicity is the essence of good design, CARBO strives to create elegant, sustainable landscapes with timeless appeal. Using traditional materials, a keen awareness of the environment and classic principles, the firm follows a tenet that interprets and celebrates the historical and cultural context of place. Select projects from its portfolio have also been featured in several publications, including Southern Living, Better Homes and Gardens, ELLE Decor, Garden Design, Flower Magazine, and the journal of the profession, Landscape Architecture.


Michael Watkins Architect

Michael Watkins Architect, LLC is an urban design and architecture firm dedicated to designing and implementing a walkable, lasting, and beautiful public realm that fosters community. Current projects include the design of neighborhoods, hamlets and town extensions, preparation of design guidelines and zoning ordinances, town architect services for Traditional Neighborhood Developments (TNDs), and leading and participating in urban design charrettes. Recent projects include Seaside in Florida, Norton Commons in Louisville Kentucky, Granary Row in Salt Lake City Utah and Kentlands in Gaithersburg Maryland.


Sabatier Architecture, LLC

With 20 years of experience in the residential architecture field, Bennett Sabatier has earned a stellar reputation providing home designs in the Traditional Neighborhood Development market. Working with builders, developers, and custom home clients alike, each project is a valuable endeavor that strives to compliment the vision of each and every individual development. Bennett has designed well over 300 homes in the past 10 years, many in Louisiana’s original Traditional Neighborhood Development, The Village of River Ranch, located in his hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana. He brings to Provenance the knowledge and experience of working within the regulating Design Codes of these developments, in addition to designing numerous homes that already grace the streets of Provenance.


Pollard Hodgson Architects

At Pollard Hodgson Architects, your vision is our inspiration. From custom homes and remodeling to commercial construction, Pollard Hodgson Architects has more than 25 years of expertise, serving our clients by providing architectural designs that fulfill their desires and conform to their budget and time constraints.


Thompson Architecture

Mike began Thompson Placemaking in 2015 and now specializes in authentic southern architecture, Traditional Neighborhood Design, architecture pattern books, small mixed-use and residential design. He currently serves as Town Architect for The Village at Madison in Madison MS, Annafeld in Billings, MT, Adelaide in Starkville, The Lamar in Oxford.

ACSW Architects

Steve Oubre has over 40 years of experience in managing projects as Principal-In-Charge of a wide range of award-winning building types, including ecclesiastic buildings and campus master plans, schools and universities, museums, medical and healthcare facilities, restaurants, office buildings, recreation centers, and most recently New Urbanist developments along the U.S. Gulf Coast. As Architectural Review Person at Provenance, Oubre combines energy and creativity with experience in the construction process to obtain positive results. He represents the versatility and imagination that is an integral part of the firm’s approach and has applied an extensive knowledge of Master Planning, progressive regional design, and emotional sensitivity to the environment into nationally respected places of endearment.

Architectural resources for clients

  • Traditional Construction Patterns: Design & Detail Rules of Thumb, Stephen A. Mouzan
  • A Field Guide to American Houses: The Definitive Guide to Identifying and Understanding America's Domestic Architecture, Virginia Savage McAlester
  • American Homes: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Domestic Architecture, Lester Walker
  • Get Your House Right: Architectural Elements to Use & Avoid, Marianne Cusato & Ben Pentreath

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