Senator Bill Cassidy championed the Historic Tax Credit in the recent tax reform legislation.
Preservation in Print
A vacant Mid-Century Modern-style building in Mid-City has been rehabilitated into the newest restaurant and headquarters of the Ruby Slipper.
The first self-service grocery store in New Orleans is once again open for “makin’ groceries” in the Marigny, with the help of Historic Tax Credits.
Emergency repairs to some of the city’s most iconic buildings are due to wrap up in early 2018.
Two key commodities had warehouse homes on the riverfront from 1884 to 1963.
A local collector curates a restaurant’s art to showcase New Orleans newspapers in the very building where they were originally printed.
This dynamic restoration duo is on a mission to improve their neighborhood and inspire new paths to success for future renovators.
Meet the fierce women who are defying ideas of what home renovators should look like.
The great nephew of famed New Orleans perfumer Madame Aucoin is reviving her legacy through hard work — and a healthy dose of kismet.
The Olivier Plantation House, 1820s-1949
Stabilization and restoration of the historic bridge on Bayou St. John is slated to begin next month. It will be the bridge’s first significant maintenance in 80 years.
This fall, city officials announced major changes coming to the New Orleans riverfront, including the transformation of industrial wharves into riverfront park space and the redevelopment of the former World Trade Center.