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March 2022

$85.00 – $95.00

Historic House Specialist: Gretna

The Preservation Resource Center has partnered with the Gretna Historic District Commission (HDC) to launch a series of classes designed to help property owners understand and navigate the Gretna HDC. The third class of the series, Historic House Specialist: Gretna, is a daylong seminar designed for Real Estate agents but open to the general public. The seminar will be held in Gretna at the Gretna Cultural Center for the Arts. The class provides detailed information about the historic house types…

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April 2022

Free – $10.00

Beams & Brews visits the former Holiday Inn High Rise East

Online ticket purchases and RSVPs are now closed, but tickets will still be available for purchase at the doors of the event. Walk-ups welcome! PRC’s popular Beams & Brews renovation series is back for the first time since 2020! Developer Peter Gardner welcomes the PRC to tour his renovation of the former Holiday Inn High Rise East hotel building. This building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an example of Mid-Century Modern commercial architecture, had…

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Navigating the HDLC (CANCELED)

EVENT CANCELED Our apologies for any inconvenience — please click here to register for our next “Navigating the HDLC” class on May 11!   The Preservation Resource Center is partnering with the Historic District Landmarks Commission to relaunch this free course designed to help property owners understand the HDLC application process and avoid the common frustrations and pitfalls experienced by some applicants. This course will provide the knowledge and tools property owners need to smoothly navigate the process. Taught by…

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Building Antebellum New Orleans

Click here to register for this free Zoom webinar   Tara A. Dudley, assistant professor in the University of Texas School of Architecture, discusses her new book, Building Antebellum New Orleans: Free People of Color and Their Influence, a deeply researched examination of the free 19th-century Black craftsmen and real estate developers who transformed the cultural and architectural legacy of New Orleans. Although the building trades were dominated by men, no matter their ethnic caste in the racially diverse city, women…

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Vision to Reality: Operations, a series on commercial development

Click here to register for this free Zoom webinar   Multi-talented teams are transforming vacant buildings into vibrant commercial spaces across New Orleans, but it takes vision, creativity and hard work. Join us for a lunch-and-learn series co-presented by the Preservation Resource Center and Commercial Real Estate Women of New Orleans to meet some of the people leading the way and discover the many skills that contribute to a successful project. The first event in the series, "Vision to Reality: Operations,"…

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Vision to Reality: Design, a series on commercial development

Click here to register for this free Zoom webinar   Multi-talented teams are transforming vacant buildings into vibrant commercial spaces across New Orleans, but it takes vision, creativity and hard work. Join us for a lunch-and-learn series co-presented by the Preservation Resource Center and Commercial Real Estate Women of New Orleans to meet some of the people leading the way and discover the many skills that contribute to a successful project. The second event in the series, "Vision to Reality: Design,"…

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May 2022

Vision to Reality: Due Diligence, a series on commercial development


Click here to register for this free Zoom webinar   Multi-talented teams are transforming vacant buildings into vibrant commercial spaces across New Orleans, but it takes vision, creativity and hard work. Join us for a lunch-and-learn series co-presented by the Preservation Resource Center and Commercial Real Estate Women of New Orleans to meet some of the people leading the way and discover the many skills that contribute to a successful project. The third event in the series, "Vision to Reality: Due…

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$85.00 – $95.00

Historic House Specialist: New Orleans

This popular program provides detailed information about the historic house types, architectural styles and neighborhoods of New Orleans, as well as best practices in historic renovation, rehabilitation tax incentives and historic house research. This program will earn four continuing-education credits for Realtors from the LA Real Estate Commission, as well as credit towards certification as a PRC-approved Historic House Specialist, which will be awarded upon attendance at two more PRC programs. PRC will follow all COVID-19 regulations. All attendees must…

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Navigating the HDLC

Click here to register for this free Zoom webinar The Preservation Resource Center is partnering with the Historic District Landmarks Commission to relaunch this free course designed to help property owners understand the HDLC application process and avoid the common frustrations and pitfalls experienced by some applicants. This course will provide the knowledge and tools property owners need to smoothly navigate the process. Taught by HDLC Deputy Director Eleanor Burke, this class provides an opportunity for property owners to ask questions…

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$125.00 – $10,000.00

Julia Jump presented by Landis Construction

Jump back in! The 43rd Julia Jump, presented by Landis Construction, will be held May 20 in the River Ballroom at Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans. Don’t miss the best party of the year, with a fantastic lineup of food, music and entertainment.   Patron Party: 6:30pm - 7:45pm /// Gala 7:45pm - 10:30pm   Money raised at the Julia Jump gala supports all of PRC’s work to preserve New Orleans’ historic architecture, neighborhoods, and cultural identity. Show your support…

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