Artisans dedicated to restoring New Orleans’ stained glass treasures.
Preservation in Print
With donations alone, a community restores a church where generations of Bayou Goula inhabitants have marked the milestones of their lives.
Thomas Sully’s Long-Forgotten Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Building
The Carrollton-Hollygrove Cultural District is home to many wonderful cultural resources. This list explores some of the neighborhood’s unique sites.
The renovation of the 120-year-old school will provide affordable housing to seniors in the Seventh Ward.
Patty Gay leaves PRC after a profound tenure as executive director.
Downtown’s former NOPSI headquarters undergoes revitalization into the new NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans
A history of New Orleans’ first gourmet grocery.
A history of the makers of the original French Quarter lamp.
A multi-year renovation revives a stunning First Street carriage house.
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.
A Tremé police station from the turn-of-the-20th-century has been transformed into a stunning bed and breakfast.