PRC’s Operation Comeback prepares to build the first Katrina Cottages in New Orleans’ historic districts.
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Neighbors working on projects around the intersection of Ursulines and North Robertson streets in Tremé are part of a larger effort since Hurricane Katrina to improve the quality of life in the historic neighborhood.
A $300,000 grant from the Mitchell Foundation will help the Home Again program continue bringing people home.
Leona Ford and Diane Johnson are closer to being home again thanks to generous donations and volunteer labor.
No notice given to Mid-City residents in the LSU/VA complex corridor.
Seattle raises $64,000 for Rebuilding Together New Orleans
MakeNewOrleansHome.com announces its 6th annual “Newest New Orleanians’ Breakfast with the Mayor” at Gallier Hall.
During October, November, and December, American Express will donate a portion of purchases made in New Orleans to the PRC.
As the city rushes to demolish thousands of historic homes, a small group of PRC employees and dedicated volunteers works to stem the tide.
With the support of Home Again, a program of the National Trust and the PRC, and the Favrot Foundation, Audrey Smith is back on her thriving block in Holy Cross, in the shotgun she’s called home for 34 years.
The Historic District Landmarks Commission recently honored the PRC’s restoration of Incardonia’s (aka Big Red) with a coveted restoration award!
Cottage Living chooses New Orleans for its 2007 Idea Home.