Property received at least $225,000 in city money but little has been done since Katrina.
A simple fix to the draft CZO could save New Orleans parks from creeping commercialism the public doesn't want.
Should we elevate houses against worst-case floods or the statistically average hurricane inundation? It makes a big difference.
In reality, much of the trumpeted social healing of our ancient problems amounts to little more than optics, the columnist argues.
Join us to talk about concrete front lawns on April 16.
Pieds-à-terre left largely empty by well-to-do owners drive up costs for full-time city residents.
The zoning code should not be simply the starting point for negotiations to violate that code with every new project.
New Orleans seems to be building a two-tiered transit system: streetcars for tourists and the well-heeled; buses for the rest of us.
The best way to prevent new parking lots is to make sure that we don't zone these historic urban areas for businesses with intensive parking demand.
"It’s not that Holy Cross thinks of itself as Williamsburg or what the French Quarter is to purists."