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In The News
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.
Today New Orleans benefits from greater historic district protection than ever before! New Orleans City Council voted unanimously to protect Uptown and Carrollton.
The new May & Ellis apartment building has revitalized a long dormant stretch of Chartres Street after an impressive historic renovation.
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.
Rebuilding Together New Orleans was excited to kick off this year’s October Build in Gentilly this past weekend with partner Chevron, and local news station WWL was there to cover it.
Over the course of the first two weekends of October, Rebuilding Together New Orleans will lead 500 volunteers in the restoration of eight homes and one non-profit center across New Orleans.
On Tuesday, September 27 at 1:30 PM, the City Planning Commission will vote on the proposed new Historic Districts: Parkview, Mid-City, Uptown & Carrollton, and the various levels of review the Historic District Landmarks Commission will have when reviewing proposed changes to properties within them.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has published a guide on how to Build with Flood Damage Resistant Materials in an effort to protect your property from future flooding.
In the wake of last month’s historic flooding that left many residents and business owners across south Louisiana reeling, the Louisiana Small Business Rebirth Fund aims to extend a sense of rebirth to small business owners walking a long road to recovery.
In a new exhibit at the Pitot House, the Louisiana Landmarks Society takes a close look at the shared architectural ancestry of New Orleans and Havana.