HCDRC Agenda May 14

Housing Conservation District Review Committee
Agenda
10 a.m. May 14, 2007
Room 7E07, 7th Floor, City Hall

NEW BUSINESS:

Mid-City
2621-21 ½ Banks Ave. – Owners Pedro and Lydia Angulo have applied to
demolish this altered Arts-and-Crafts style, raised basement double shotgun
to be replaced with a vacant lot.

New Marigny
1700-02 St. Roch Ave. – Owner Drew Lang has applied to demolish this
contemporary multipurpose building to be replaced with sustainable
multi-family units for purchase and a corner store of no specific design or
type (no redevelopment plans submitted with application) .

1704-06 St. Roch Ave. — Owner Drew Lang has applied to demolish this raised
basement Spanish Colonial Revival duplex to be replaced with sustainable
multi-family units for purchase of no specific design or type (no
redevelopment plans submitted with application) .

2227 N. Miro St. – Owners John and Juanita Murphy have applied to demolish
this altered bungalow to be replaced with a vacant lot.

2250 N. Tonti St. – Owner Sonja Young has applied to demolish this
single-family residence to be replaced with a three-bedroom, two-bath
residence of no specific design or type (no redevelopment plans submitted
with application) .

Uptown/
2806 State St. – Owner James Morse has applied to demolish two-story
contemporary building at the rear of the property to be replaced with a
landscaped garden of no specific design (no site plan included with
application) .

Other
1513 Saint Peters St. – Owner Howard Herbert has applied to demolish this
altered raised basement single shotgun to be replaced with a vacant lot.

3611-13 Second St. – Owners George and Florence Hamilton have applied to
demolish this altered Arts-and-Crafts style double shotgun to be replaced
with a single-family residence of no specific type or design (no
redevelopment plans submitted with application) .

7210 Washington Ave. – Owner Mary Vega has applied to demolish this
contemporary commercial structure to be replaced with a vacant lot (the slab
foundation will remain in place to be used for parking, according to
application)

OLD BUSINESS:

Broadmoor
4717-19 S. Derbigny St. – Owners George and Elaine Haas had 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.

Mid-City
2415-17 Bienville St. – Owner Central Congregational United Church of Christ
has applied to demolish this double shotgun to be replaced with a
single-family residence of no specific type or design (no redevelopment
plans submitted with application) .

2423-25 Bienville St. – Owner Central Congregational United Church of Christ
has applied to demolish this altered Neoclassical Revival single shotgun to
be replaced with a single-family residence of no specific type or design (no
redevelopment plans submitted with application) .

2429 Bienville St. — Owner Central Congregational United Church of Christ
has applied to demolish this bracket-style double shotgun to be replaced
with a single-family residence of no specific type or design (no
redevelopment plans submitted with application) .

2431-39 Bienville St. – Owner Central Congregational United Church of Christ
has applied to demolish this multi-family unit building to be replaced with
a single-family residence of no specific type or design (no redevelopment
plans submitted with application) .

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.

Other
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.