The development of organized protection for the French Quarter
Preservation in Print
The 2018 Louisiana Landmarks Society Awards for Excellence in Historic Preservation honors 22 exceptional projects in New Orleans.
James Freret’s Soaring, Short-Lived Old Masonic Temple
Jefferson Parish adopted an ordinance in
Free women of color played an important role in creating the built environment of New Orleans.
The new Auction House Market emerges in the CBD.
PRC’s Rebuilding Together New Orleans provides critical home repairs for four veterans’ families in need with the help of the Home Depot Foundation.
Mid-City’s newest neighborhood hotspot has opened in a rehabilitated historic corner store.
Motivating Demolitions of the Early 1900s.
Celebrating his second anniversary as head of the Vieux Carré Commission – the city agency that protects New Orleans’ crown jewel – Bryan Block has worked to expand the VCC’s outreach and ensure that the city’s oldest neighborhood shines for the city’s tricentennial.
Late Victorian Architecture in New Orleans
Dating back to the birth of the city, cisterns could be found in all neighborhoods of the city.