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NCDC Agenda {formerly HCDRC}

Neighborhood Conservation District Committee

Meeting on May 5th , 2008

Public Notice

The Neighborhood Conservation District Committee of the City of New Orleans will hold its meeting on Monday, May 5th, 2008 at ntary2:00 p.m. at 1300 Perdido Street, City Hall in City Council Chambers on the 1st floor. This meeting is to review the following demolition applications submitted to the Department of Safety and Permits:

Agenda


NEW BUSINESS:

2516-18 S. Johnson St APPROVED

2223-27 Onzaga St APPROVED

2425-27 S. Derbigny St. APPROVED

6309 N. Claiborne Ave. APPROVED

2339 Roffignac St. APPROVED

2233 Bartholomew St. APPROVED

3617 General Pershing (rear Bld.#2) Approved earlier at City Council to make way for new School Bldg.

2767-65 Tulane Ave. APPROVED

2763-61 Tulane Ave. APPROVED

1913 Gentilly Blvd. APPROVED

3221 Lowerline St. WITHDRAWN


Voluntary
2611 Erato

Voluntary 2825-27 S.Johnson

Voluntary 5018 LaSalle

Voluntary 2624 N. Dorgenois

Voluntary 902 Alabo Approved

Voluntary “2242 Benton”:

Voluntary “1727 Desire”: Approved

Voluntary 2422 Deslonde Approved

Voluntary 1629-31 Deslonde Approved

Voluntary 1212 Forstall APPROVED

Voluntary
1419 Forstall APPROVED

Voluntary 5318 N.Johnson

Voluntary
3129 N.Miro APPROVED

Voluntary 2636 Piety APPROVED

Voluntary 2259-61 Cambronne APPROVED

Voluntary
3212 Live Oak APPROVED

Voluntary 3218 Live Oak APPROVED

Voluntary 8733 Olive APPROVED

Voluntary 3506 Derby Approved

Voluntary 1858 N. Dorgenois Approved

Voluntary 2724 Hamilton Approved

Voluntary 1915 N.Tonti WITHDRAWN

IHT 213 S. Johnson WITHDRAWN

IHT “2504 S.Johnson”:

IHT 2023 Washington

IHT “1104 Brooklyn”:*ALREADY DEMOLSIHED*

IHT 3917 N.Derbigny DENIED

IHT 3139 N.Dorgenois APPROVED

IHT “5226 Florida”: APPROVED

IHT 6223 Law APPROVED

IHT 3029-31 Law APPROVED

IHT 1540 Poland APPROVED

IHT 1409-11 Poland WITHDRAWN

IHT 2911 Audubon APPROVED

IHT 2612-14 S. Dorgenois WITHDRAWN

IHT 4101-03 N.Claiborne Denied

IHT 5426-28-30 N.Galvez DENIED

IHT 3521/3701-03 S.Tonti/General Taylor defer

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  • BillygoatPark

    2761-2763 Tulane is one of the very rare residences to survive the Miracle Mile, a failed 1950s urban renewal initiative that played a major role in creating the blighted landscape of present-day Tulane Avenue. The surviving double residence at 2761-2763 Tulane was built before 1909 and is typical of the homes that once lined Tulane.

    2765-67 Tulane is a two-story building that was originally a combined commercial/residential structure. A building was on this site in 1895 but extensive modification makes it is unclear if the current building could contain elements of a heavily-altered and raised 19th century structure.

    The block in which these adjacent structures are located is an exception to the general rule that MidCity developent above Broad is post-1900. First District Square 603 was substantially developed before 1880.