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The year 2018 marks the 300th anniversary of the foundation of New Orleans. But like most complex, improvised projects, New Orleans actually came together over many years, and each stage involved various levels of indecision, contingency, discord and serendipity.
A popular legend suggests that the camelback house style was the result of a real estate tax. But is that true? But is that true?
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Inconceivable as it may seem today, New Orleans’ political and business elite fought long and hard to build an expressway through the French Quarter some 20 years after World War II.
The 1876 St. Roch Chapel, a pilgrimage site for those in ill health, is undergoing an ambitious renovation
Join us to tour the renovation of this historic double-gallery home on Josephine Street.
In the 1920s, a new highway system connected New Orleans to other cities along the Gulf Coast.
A 120-year-old shotgun house in Carrollton has been restored.
The design of this Mid Century Modern home is unique, with two wings connected by a hallway of glass walls.