Squandered Heritage Vintage

OFF the FEMA List

Over the next few days I will be posting the houses that are off the FEMA list. That is ineligible for a Public funds demolition.

Some of these houses may have been sold or the owner decided they would repair.

4601-03 S. Miro Street {Broadmoor}

4601-03 S.Miro Street  OFF FEMA List

There are 4 properties that are all in a row.

218-20 S.Lopez {Mid City}

218-20 S. Lopez  OFF the FEMA List

222-24 S. Lopez {Mid City}

222-24 S. Lopez OFF the FEMA List

226 S.Lopez {Mid City}

226 S.Lopez OFF the FEMA List

3129 Palmyra St {Mid City}

corner store

3129 Palmyra OFF the FEMA list

826-28 N. Rocheblave St

826-28 N.Rocheblave St OFF the FEMA list

2714-20 Daneel Street

2714-20 Daneel Street

3319-21 Iberville Street {Mid City}

3319-21 Iberville St  {Mid City}

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  • natural

    4601-03 S. Miro was sold to someone who will fix it up.

  • randall

    Thanks for that info Natural, the house has probably not been gutted, and yet someone still wants to fix it up. Yet we have Cynthia Willard Lewis talking at city council about demolishing homes in Broadmoor that have not been gutted. She can demolish the east, nothing is out there, but leave Broadmoor alone CWL.