This renovated shotgun double with a brightly-painted exterior still functions as two independent units.
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A manse unparalleled in its time once sat in the heart of the Garden District.
Linda Burns is the fifth generation in her family to have lived in the 1300 block of North Rendon Street.
When John Miller purchased the beautiful 1890s three-bay side-hall shotgun at 3356 Esplanade Ave. in 2008, it needed a full renovation.
Eleven years post-Katrina, the storied structure continues to langish. Will its fate be tragic, or does revitalization lie in its future?
Leona Tate, one of the “McDonogh Three” who famously integrated the McDonogh No. 19 Elementary School in 1960, has big plans for the vacant school’s future.
With over a century of history as a residence and family business, the Jacob Schoen & Son Funeral Home has plenty of stories to tell.
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