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Nov 12 HCDRC Agenda

Housing Conservation District Review Committee
November 12, 2007
10 AM

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7103 Freret St Demolition of a modified fire damaged two-story Victorian style residence at the corner of Audubon. Specific redevelopment plans were not submitted with the application.

2122 Duels St. Demolition of a single family home to be replaced with the same. Specific redevelopment plans were not submitted with the application.

2647 Havana St No information has been provided to PRC

3217 Hollygrove St Demolition of a single-family home to be replaced with a non-descript modular home.

8424 Oleander St. Demolition of an Arts & Crafts double shotgun to be replaced with an unspecified structure. Specific redevelopment plans were not submitted with the application UNABLE TO VERIFY ADDRESS

1225 Reynes St. Demolition of a modified single shotgun to be replaced with a modular home. Specific redevelopment plans were not submitted with the application.

2511 Clouet St Demolition of a single Arts & Crafts shotgun to be replaced with a residential structure. Specific redevelopment plans were not submitted with the application.

4330 S. Claiborne Ave Demolition of the former Rite Aid (corner Napoleon). The site will be developed as Touro Infirmary Imaging Center .

201 N. Carrollton Ave Demolition of a warehouse to be replaced with a Gulf Coast Bank branch.

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  • Greg Rhoades

    7103 Freret Street was the Loyola University ADG fraternity house. It was in fact, the first one to burn.

    Second was the Kappa Alpha House (Tulane) and third was the ZBT House (Tulane) on Broadway. The ZBT house was recently demolished with plans for a new ZBT house.

    Let me tell you, all three of these places were horrible. People routinely would have appendeges fall through the second floor of the ADG house. The first floor was disgusting as well. Happy this will be replaced….interesting it’s going to be a residential building–probably for Tulane…Isn’t it odd that three frat houses burned down in the same year within one square block!?!

    Loyola has, in fact, banned all off-campus group housing, both official and unofficial. (Meaning, frat houses with or without letters up)

  • I thought that Loyola had banned off campus housing. The applicants said they were going to build a “Residential Learning Center” Which sounds like a frat house to me.

    Maybe they will teach “Beers of the World”