Ryan Bordenave revives a 1912 Neo-Classical double shotgun house in Mid-City
Preservation in Print
Longtime Preservation in Print editor Danielle Del Sol was selected as PRC’s executive director.
An unassuming building on St. Claude, currently under renovation, helped to shape New Orleans’ quintessential bounce and hip-hop sound.
The PRC is hosting its 41st Julia Jump on March 16 at NOCCA’s Solomon Hall – an adaptive reuse project of a former warehouse of the East Louisiana Railroad, where Homer Plessy boarded a train in 1892 to challenge the Separate Car Act.
Lyle Saxon’s “Old French Quarter” in 1920
A long overdue renovation will not only revitalize a historic building, but will create a dynamic home for a new nonprofit culinary school.
Two Vieux Carré fires in the late 18th century sparked new building regulations that forever changed the architecture of New Orleans
The Early Rise of Preservation Sentiment in New Orleans
Senator Bill Cassidy championed the Historic Tax Credit in the recent tax reform legislation.
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.