Successful adaptive reuse on Canal Street ushers in the future of affordable travel.
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A proposed hotel development threatens the historic Loew’s Theatre on Canal Street. Attend the CBD HDLC meeting on Wednesday, June 13 to help save this historic theatre.
These properties will be considered for demolition by the NCDAC at a meeting on June 4.
Rescuing a Lower Garden District structure from the brink of demolition
New Orleans City Council voted unanimously to temporarily suspend the issuance or renewal of “Temporary” Short Term Rental permits for 9 months.
The motion, authored by Councilmember Kristen Palmer, will temporarily ban the issuance and renewal of Temporary and Commercial Short Term Rental permits in the city’s most-impacted neighborhoods.
The ARC agreed that the new conceptual solution was “not approvable,” sending the project to the full CBD HDLC.
A building boom from the 1960s through the 1980s shaped the modern skyline of New Orleans.
Children’s Hospital is in the process of renovating the former Marine Hospital site on Tchoupitoulas Street.
Demolition decision for historic warehouses moves to City Council after no recommendation from CBD HDLC
CBD HDLC voted 4 to 3 to deny demolition of the former Economy Iron Works, but the motion failed due to lack of legal majority, which sends the decision to the City Council.
The home of famed Mid-Century Modern architect Albert Ledner is a modern marvel.
These lagniappe properties include a church dating to 1854, a renovated 1920s corner store, and a new urban infill development.