Could a new shot at FEMA funding finally revive the abandoned structure on New Orleans’ West Bank?
Preservation in Print
The adaptive rehabilitation of the former Tremé school into affordable artist housing is nearing completion.
The South Market District, a cluster of six new mixed-use buildings, has introduced plentiful living, dining and shopping options to a historic part of New Orleans’ downtown that had been long vacant.
A seven-year effort has culminated in the revitalization of a VFW hall – the last one remaining in New Orleans.
The aesthetic of architect Henry Hobson Richardson, a native Louisianan, had world-wide impact, including in New Orleans.
The candidates expressed their opinions on historic preservation and urban planning issues during a mayoral forum in September.
The Straight University Boarding House and Dining Hall building at 1423 N. Claiborne Ave. has been returned to its former grandeur thanks to PRC’s Operation Comeback department.
A perfect preservation partnership, New Orleans’ first full-service co-working platform blends chic modern design with historic building materials.
Artisans dedicated to restoring New Orleans’ stained glass treasures.
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.