HCDRC Agenda January 8

Housing Conservation District Review Committee
Meeting Agenda
January 8, 2007
10 a.m., Room 7E07 City Hall

NEW BUSINESS

Algiers
1724-26 Nunez St. Owner Keith Victor has applied to demolish this
Arts-and-Crafts style double shotgun to be replaced with a new home of
no
specific design (no proposed plan or elevations were included with the
application).

Carrollton
3613-19 Cambronne St. Applicant Justin Schmidt has applied for owner
University Properties LLC to demolish six four-plex structures to be
replaced with a 48-unit residential apartment building.

3621-27 Cambronne St. Applicant Justin Schmidt has applied for owner
University Properties LLC to demolish six four-plex structures to be
replaced with a 48-unit residential apartment building.

8323-29 Palm St. Applicant Justin Schmidt has applied for owner
University
Properties LLC to demolish six four-plex structures to be replaced with
a
48-unit residential apartment building.

8333-39 Palm St. Applicant Justin Schmidt has applied for owner
University
Properties LLC to demolish six four-plex structures to be replaced with
a
48-unit residential apartment building

8322-28 Stroelitz St. Applicant Justin Schmidt has applied for owner
University Properties LLC to demolish six four-plex structures to be
replaced with a 48-unit residential apartment building.

8332-38 Stroelitz St. Applicant Justin Schmidt has applied for owner
University Properties LLC to demolish six four-plex structures to be
replaced with a 48-unit residential apartment building.

Central City
2838 Fourth St. Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task
Force for owner Second Mount Calvary Baptist Church has applied to
demolish
this two-story, corner store with a vacant lot.

2336-38 Washington Ave. Owner First House of Prayer Baptist Church has
applied to demolish this raised basement, Arts-and-Crafts-style double
shotgun to be replaced with a parking lot.

Holy Cross
515 Alabo St. Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task
Force for owner Wilmot Shows has applied to demolish this
Victorian-style
single shotgun to be replaced with vacant lot.

Lower Ninth Ward
1633-35 Benton St. Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit
Demolition
Task Force for owners Cleon and Augusta Kendrick has applied to
demolish
this brick ranch to be replaced with a vacant lot.

1936-38 Benton St. Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit
Demolition
Task Force for owner Helen Anthony has applied to demolish this brick
ranch
to be replaced with a vacant lot.

2529 Charbonnet St. Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit
Demolition
Task Force for owner the estate of Ocelia Wingate has applied to
demolish
this brick ranch house to be replaced by a vacant lot.

3321 N. Rocheblave St. Owner Catherine Cox-Francis has applied to
demolish
this single-family residence to be replaced with a new approximately
2,000
square-foot, single-family residence of no specific design (no proposed
plan
or elevations were included with the application).

Mid-City
2760 Canal St. Owner Hedwig Incorporated has applied to demolish this
contemporary cinder block commercial structure to be replaced with a
vacant
lot.

4106 Canal St. Owner Josephine Gallo has applied to demolish this
contemporary commercial structure (formerly a Popeye’s Fried Chicken)
to be
replaced with a vacant lot.

209 N. Carrollton Ave. Owner Arnold Chabaud has applied to demolish
this
altered double shotgun (now a commercial structure) to be replaced with
a
vacant lot.

Other
5432 Baccich St. Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task
Force for owner Eloise Wyble has applied to demolish this single-family
residence with a vacant lot.

1820-22 France St. Owner Marguerite Taylor has applied to demolish
this
altered double shotgun and adjoining cinder block building and intends
to
sell the vacant lot.

1817 S. Dupre St. Owners Rodney and Carlotta Jefferson have applied
to
demolish this raised basement Arts-and-Crafts style bungalow to be
replaced
with a modular three-bedroom, two-bath residence “reminiscent of
homes built
in the 1940s.”

3216-18 Second St. Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit
Demolition
Task Force for owner Emelda Coleman has applied to demolish this
single-family residence with a vacant lot.

8828 Stroelitz St. Owners Johnnie and Patricia Clark have applied to
demolish this single-family residence with a new single-family
residence of
no specific design (no proposed plan or elevations were included with
the
application).

3109 Third St. Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition
Task
Force for owner Edmond Williams has applied to demolish this
single-family
residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

OLD BUSINESS

Carrollton
8223 Nelson St. Owner Donald Ensenat has applied to demolish this Arts
and
Crafts single family residence to be replaced with a “1940s style
house”
from the Louisiana pattern book (no specific proposed plan was included
with
the application).

9301 Palmetto St. Owner Wendy Nunez has applied to demolish this
updated
camelback single family residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

Mid-City
723 S. Gayoso St. Owner Wilbert Vining Special Needs Trust has applied
via
Tim Brennan to demolish this contemporary single family residence to be
replaced with a vacant lot.