- PRC moves into the Leeds Foundry Building at 923 Tchoupitoulas Street.
- PRC launches its first children’s preservation education program. To date these efforts have educated over 8,000 children about New Orleans’ architecture and neighborhoods.
- PRC produces “Living with History” guides and exhibits in its new headquarters to highlight each of the city’s National Register Historic Districts.
- PRC holds its first monthly Renovators’ Happy Hour. Attendees tour a historic renovation in progress and speak with the building owner, contractor and other involved parties for information and inspiration.
- South Lakeview is named a National Register Historic District.
- The Irish Channel becomes a local historic district.
- PRC expands Operation Comeback into Holy Cross, where Rebuilding Together has worked. OC purchases, renovates and sells four historic homes and builds two new homes in Holy Cross prior to Hurricane Katrina.
- PRC acquires warehouse property on Marais Street in the New Marigny, ending years of renting warehouse space to accommodate supplies for its rebuilding programs.
- PRC renovates and sells the former Central City home of jazzman Edward “Kid” Ory at 2133 Jackson Avenue as part of its Jazz Heritage programming and receives a Historic District Landmarks Commission award for the project.
- Broadmoor is named a National Register Historic District.