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.
Danielle Del Sol
A Tremé police station from the turn-of-the-20th-century has been transformed into a stunning bed and breakfast.
A modernist former car showroom in the heart of New Orleans now houses the headquarters of the New Orleans Advocate
A lighthouse has stood guard over Lake Pontchartrain for nearly 200 years. Spring is the perfect time to explore the site, learn about a special piece of New Orleans history, and enjoy a picnic on the shore.
The renovation of this seven-bedroom house on Esplanade has been a labor of love for Tom Gandolfo.
PRC Board member and long-time volunteer Katie Witry has long list of achievements to add to her 15 years as a Realtor in New Orleans.
Covered with a metal sheath for 60 years, the historic Pythian building has been uncovered, renewed, and enlivened.
Eleven years post-Katrina, the storied structure continues to langish. Will its fate be tragic, or does revitalization lie in its future?
Leona Tate, one of the “McDonogh Three” who famously integrated the McDonogh No. 19 Elementary School in 1960, has big plans for the vacant school’s future.
A new project promises to construct a pavillion and interpretive site dedicated to Martin Luther King, Jr. and his contemporaries who incorporated the Southern Christian Leadership Council in a Central City church.