A spotlight on the historic Central City neighborhood
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Green Coast Enterprises gives insight on the renovation of the historic industrial building on Lafitte Greenway.
A history of the makers of the original French Quarter lamp.
After 37 years as executive director, Patty Gay announces her retirement.
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.
A multi-year renovation revives a stunning First Street carriage house.
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.
When four couples couldn’t find their dream homes Uptown in the 1950s, they decided to build their own. Learn more and tour them with PRC on July 20.
Soak up New Orleans’ architecture and history while cooling off in these pools this summer.
A Tremé police station from the turn-of-the-20th-century has been transformed into a stunning bed and breakfast.
A look at Italianate architecture in New Orleans.
A modernist former car showroom in the heart of New Orleans now houses the headquarters of the New Orleans Advocate