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HDLC demolition applications

CITY OF NEW ORLEANS

THE NEW ORLEANS HISTORIC DISTRICT LANDMARKS COMMISSION WILL HOLD ITS NEXT REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING ON FRIDAY, April 11th AT 9:30 A.M. IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS IN CITY HALL AT 1300 PERDIDO STREET . THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME.

MEETING STARTING TIME IS 9:30 A.M.

727-29 N. Robertson Street Howard Herbert, owner applicant, New Orleans Demolition, contractor. Proposal for demolition.

1726 Bayou Road New Orleans Affordable Homeownership owner City of New Orleans , applicant. Proposal for demolition.

457, 459-61, 463-65 and 467-73 Jackson Avenue Mona Flanagan, Wholesalers Development, owner; Richard Albert, Albert Architecture and Urban Design, applicant/architect . Proposal for demolition.

622-24 Deslonde Street Paulette Guerra, owner; Adolph Klundt, applicant. Proposal for demolition.

4905 Dauphine Street/ 5002 Chartres Street: Holly Cross College, Inc., owner; Broadmoor Design Group, applicant; Dean M. Duplantier, architect. Proposal for demolition of the gymnasium, weight training building, high school building, vehicle maintenance building, central services building, Brothers� residence building, middle school building and Bengal band building.

1361 Columbus Street Andre Wilson, owner/ applicant. Proposal for demolition.

763 N. Claiborne Street Clarance Duke, owner; City of New Orleans Code Enforment , applicant. Proposal for demolition.

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  • Laura

    I hope that these houses are deconstructed to some extent should the application be approved. To lose these houses is terrible, but to lose the architectural pieces unnecessarily would be a real crime. I really hate that the architectural fabric of my city is being lost.