These properties will be considered for demolition by the Historic District Landmarks Commission on December 6, 2017.
These properties will be considered for demolition by the NCDAC at a meeting on November 20.
The bill moving to the house floor eliminates the Historic Tax Credit. Urgent action is needed to save this vital preservation incentive.
These properties will be considered for demolition by the Historic District Landmarks Commission at the November 9 meeting.
The federal historic tax credit is on the chopping block at Capitol Hill. Contact your representatives today to save this vital preservation incentive!
An update on the Louisiana Historic Tax Credit
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The Oretha Castle Haley School, located at 2515 North Robertson Street, was originally known as the Charles E. Gayarre School. The school was designed in 1921 by noted New Orleans civic architect E.A. Christy who later served as School Board Architect from 1923 to 1951. During his career with the City, he designed a large number of New Orleans’ public schools, the majority of which remain standing today, many as revered community landmarks.
The mission of the PRC is to protect and preserve the City’s historic fabric, so we regularly monitor all demolition proposals in efforts to identify those structures that can be saved and rehabilitated.
After a year of examining this issue from every angle the New Orleans City Council will decide on Thursday, October 20, whether to legalize Short Term Rentals and what types of rental listings will be allowed.