Celebrating his second anniversary as head of the Vieux Carré Commission – the city agency that protects New Orleans’ crown jewel – Bryan Block has worked to expand the VCC’s outreach and ensure that the city’s oldest neighborhood shines for the city’s tricentennial.
Danielle Del Sol
A long overdue renovation will not only revitalize a historic building, but will create a dynamic home for a new nonprofit culinary school.
The Early Rise of Preservation Sentiment in New Orleans
Senator Bill Cassidy championed the Historic Tax Credit in the recent tax reform legislation.
A local collector curates a restaurant’s art to showcase New Orleans newspapers in the very building where they were originally printed.
This dynamic restoration duo is on a mission to improve their neighborhood and inspire new paths to success for future renovators.
You only have two more shopping days left, but don’t panic – we’ve got you covered. There’s nothing quite as enduring as the gift of New Orleans history, and these ideas are sure to keep them smiling!
The great nephew of famed New Orleans perfumer Madame Aucoin is reviving her legacy through hard work — and a healthy dose of kismet.
Stabilization and restoration of the historic bridge on Bayou St. John is slated to begin next month. It will be the bridge’s first significant maintenance in 80 years.
The adaptive rehabilitation of the former Tremé school into affordable artist housing is nearing completion.
The South Market District, a cluster of six new mixed-use buildings, has introduced plentiful living, dining and shopping options to a historic part of New Orleans’ downtown that had been long vacant.