HCDRC Agenda March 26

Housing Conservation District Review Committee

Meeting Agenda

10 a.m., March 26, 2007

Room 7E07, 7th Floor, City Hall

NEW BUSINESS:
Broadmoor

4917-19 S. Derbigny St. – Owners George and Elaine Haas have applied to demolish this altered double shotgun to be replaced with a modular home of no specific type or design (no redevelopment plans submitted with application).

Holy Cross (outside of National Register and local historic districts)

1022-24 Tupelo St. – Owner Tamyra Jackson has applied to demolish this Arts-and-Crafts style double shotgun to be replaced with a vacant lot.

Lower Ninth Ward

1609-11 Deslonde St. – Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition Task Force has applied for owner Joan Johnson to demolish this altered camelback double shotgun to be replaced with a vacant lot.

Mid-City

1809 Tulane Ave. – Owner Paula Picker has applied to demolish this contemporary commercial building to be replaced with a vacant lot.

Other

2432 Bartholomew St. – Owner Mary Henry has applied to demolish this altered bungalow to be replaced with a single-family residence of no specific type or design (no redevelopment plans submitted with application).

2411 Congress St. – Owner Harlene Washington has applied to demolish this single-family residence to be replaced with a vacant lot.

306 Fairway Dr. – Applicant City of New Orleans Housing Unit Demolition Task Force has applied for owner Wayne Miller to demolish this brick ranch to be replaced with a vacant lot.

9431 Oleander St. – Owner Tanya Lewis has applied to demolish this single-family residence to be replaced with a modular home of no specific type or design (no redevelopment plans submitted with application).

3819-21 Third St. – Owner Melford Wilson has applied to demolish this altered Arts-and-Crafts style double shotgun to be replaced with a modular home of no specific type or design (no redevelopment plans submitted with application).

OLD BUSINESS:

Central City

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.

Mid-City

1126 S. Genois St. – Owners Terri and Sean Gascie have applied to demolish this altered raised basement house to be replaced with a vacant lot.

426 S. Salcedo St. – Owner Ronald Fuss has applied to demolish this Arts-and-Crafts-style single shotgun to be replaced with a vacant lot.