Upcoming demolition requests threaten historic properties

The following addresses will be considered for demolition by the Historic District Landmarks Commission at their September 13 meeting. For more information about these requests, follow the links or search by property address on the City’s One Stop Shop.
Do you live in any of these neighborhoods or have any concerns or comments about the demolition of any of these properties? You can contact the Commission with your comments by emailing Trwilliams@nola.gov

 

Neighborhoods affected:
  • Mid-City
  • Freret
  • Lower Mid-City
  • Holy Cross
  • Audubon Riverside
  • Esplanade Ridge/Treme
  • Faubourg Avart

 

3826 Baudin St. Map it!

Mid-City

Demolition of an existing one-story, single-family residential building.

See the application.

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2326 Robert St. Map it!

Freret

Demolition of one-story, single-family residential building.

See the application.

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3125 Tulane Ave. Map it!

Mid-City & Lower Mid-City

emolition of existing cinder block building including all associated structures.

See the application.

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622 Forstall St. Map it!

Holy Cross

Demolition of an existing one-story, single-family residential building.

See the application.

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337 Elenore St. Map it!

Audubon Riverside

Demolition of an existing onestory, single-family residential building. RE: Removal of more than 50% of the roof structure as measured in plan view.

See the application.

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601 Jefferson Ave. Map it!

Faubourg Avart

Retention of the demolition of an existing one-story, single-family building in deviation of the approved demolition plans.

See the application.

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1019 N Tonti St. Map it!

 Esplanade Ridge-Treme

Retention of partial demolition in deviation of building permit.

See the application.

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