Demolition requests of two shotgun homes in St. Roch brought up new debates over preservation and short-term rentals.
See the full video of the engaging candidate forum centered around preservation issues.
See where New Orleans’ mayoral and council candidates stand on important issues at these candidate forums
For renovators and historic house lovers, the Sheriff’s sale auctions can be an opportunity to find an older home on a budget to give some much-needed TLC.
Immerse yourself in stories about New Orleans’ architecture and history with this summer reading list curated by Britton Trice at the Garden District Book Shop.
Soak up New Orleans’ architecture and history while cooling off in these pools this summer.
These historic filling stations in New Orleans have found new uses as restaurants, homes, and businesses.
Vernacular architecture helps to form a city’s cultural identity. Explore some examples of vernacular architecture that are common in New Orleans.
While house-hopping this weekend, don’t forget to check out the other exciting features of this unique historic neighborhood.
Putting a Face to a Name: New Slavery Exhibit at Laura Plantation Personalizes the History of Slavery
Laura Plantation has a new permanent exhibit on the history of slavery at the plantation. Read about this fascinating new exhibit, and take a tour with the PRC on March 18th.