HCDRC Agenda November 26, Monday

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Housing Conservation District Review Committee
November 26 2007
10 AM
Room 7E07 7th Floor City Hall

NEW BUSINESS

4131 Willow St. – Demolition of an Arts & Crafts building to be replaced with a home. No redevelopment plans have been provided.

3927 Camp St. – Demolition of a single family home. No redevelopment plans have been provided for the proposed replacement project.

3240 Law St. Building 1 – Demolition of an Arts & Crafts school building ( Lockett Elementary School ) to be replaced with another school building. The Recovery School District has not provided redevelopment plans.

301 N. Jefferson Davis Pwy. – Request by Victory Real Estate to demolish the former Lindy Boggs Hospital . No redevelopment plan has been provided.

Times Picayune Article

2401 St. Maurice Ave. Buildings 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 – Demolition of the slab-on-grade Hardin Elementary School by the Recovery School District. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

5423 N. Roman St. – Demolition of a partially collapsed Arts & Crafts building. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

5300 Law St. Buildings 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 – Demolition of Lawless High School by the Recovery School District. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

2647 George N. Connor (formerly Havana St.) – Demolition of an Arts and Crafts house to be replaced with a single family home. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

512-14 Leontine St. – Demolition of a modified double shotgun for the future expansion of M. Goldberg’s clothing store business (corner Tchoupitoulas St.). Until future plans are developed, the applicant will fence off 75% of the property and will offer customers parking spaces immediately adjacent to existing parking.

3212-14 Second St. – Demolition of a double shotgun to be replaced with a stick frame duplex. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

1815 Hollygrove St. – Demolition of an Arts & Crafts building to be replaced with a similar structure. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

2612-14 Banks St. (advertised as 2327 Hickory St.) – Demolition of a Neoclassical Revival double camelback shotgun to be replaced with a residence. No redevelopment plan has been provided.

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