HCDRC Results April 9

Housing Conservation District Review Committee
Hearing Results
10 a.m. April 9, 2007
Room 7E07, 7th Floor, City Hall

NEW BUSINESS:

New Marigny
1522 Marigny St. – Owner Vesta Gant has applied to demolish this
altered
single shotgun to be replaced with a single-family residence of no
specific
type or design (no redevelopment plans submitted with application).
RESULT:
Approved based on condition of the property

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). RESULT: Deferred until May 14
hearing so
owners can produce site plan and letter from potential partners of
intent to
redevelop site

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). RESULT: Deferred until
May
14 hearing so owners can produce site plan and letter from potential
partners of intent to redevelop site

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). RESULT: Deferred until
May
14 hearing so owners can produce site plan and letter from potential
partners of intent to redevelop site

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). RESULT: Deferred until May 14
hearing so
owners can produce site plan and letter from potential partners of
intent to
redevelop site

4217 Canal St. — Owner Upstaged LLC has applied to demolish this
raised
basement Arts-and-Crafts style residence to be replaced with a vacant
lot.
RESULT: Approved based on condition of property and intent to salvage
architectural features

Other
2213 Clouet St. – Owner Renaldo Smith has applied to demolish this
brick
ranch to be replaced with a four-plex low-income rental unity of no
specific
type or design (no redevelopment plans submitted with application).
RESULT:
Approved based on condition of property

2204 Franklin Ave. – Owner Geraldine Courtney has applied to demolish
this
Neoclassical Revival double shotgun to be replaced with a single-family
residence of no specific type or design (no redevelopment plans
submitted
with application). RESULT: Approved based on condition of property and
intent to salvage architectural features

3123 Gen. Ogden St. – Owner Jesse Payne has applied to demolish this
altered
single shotgun to be replaced with a single-family residence of no
specific
type or design (no redevelopment plans submitted with application).
RESULT:
Approved based on condition of property

3438 Trafalgar St. — Owner Otis Martin has applied to demolish this
brick
ranch to be replaced with a vacant lot. RESULT: Approved based on
condition
of property

OLD BUSINESS:

Mid-City
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.
RESULT: Deferred until May 14 hearing so owner can attempt to sell
property
as is

Other
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. RESULT: Approved based on condition of
property

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.
RESULT:
Deferred until May 14 hearing so owner can get structural engineer’s
report
outlining building’s condition