Squandered Heritage Vintage

NCDC Agenda May 19 {formerly HCDRC}



1907 Caffin Ave.

1930 Delery Street

9437 Oleander St .

2514-16 N. Miro St .

1813 N. Johnson St .

8822 Edinburgh St.

2525-27 N. Miro St .

2320 Mazant St.

4624-26 Laurel St

City Demolitions

Voluntary 2732-34 Banks

Voluntary 2720 Clara

Voluntary 1808-10 Cleveland

Voluntary 1626 Elysian Fields

Voluntary 1342 Forstall

Voluntary 1619 Mazant

Voluntary 1934 Eagle St

Voluntary 2422 N.Miro

Voluntary 223 S. Tonti

Voluntary 4701 Bienville

Voluntary 1820 N.Miro

Voluntary 800 Hidalgo

Voluntary 1925 4th

Involuntary 3916 Thalia

Involuntary 427 Lamarque

Involuntary 4920-22 Clara St

Involuntary 1331 Annette

Involuntary 1821 N.Villerie

Involuntary 2133-35 Elysian Fields

Involuntary 2717-19 N.Claiborne

Involuntary 2822 Comus Court

Involuntary 2314 Alvar

Involuntary 2334 S. Derbigny

Involuntary 1429 Forstall

Involuntary* 1900 Forstall

Involuntary 1334 Lamanche

Involuntary 3105 Law

Involuntary 3118 Law

Involuntary 1010 Lizardi

Involuntary 1923 Mandeville

Involuntary 2423 Montegut

Involuntary 2132 Pauline

Involuntary 2303 Port St

Involuntary 6426 Praro

Involuntary 5321 N.Rampart

Involuntary 4708 N.Robertson

Involuntary 2444 N.Robertson

Involuntary 2630 N.Rocheblave

Involuntary 5430 N.Rocheblave

Involuntary 2536 Spain St

Involuntary 1633 Tricou

Involuntary 1833 Tricou

Involuntary 2227 Tupelo

Involuntary 2368 Urqurhart

Involuntary 5727 N.Villere

Involuntary 3029 Perdido St

Involuntary 2835-37 Bienville

Involuntary 2022 N.Miro

Involuntary 3020 Pauger

Involuntary 2809 St Anthony

Involuntary 1949 N.Tonti

Involuntary 1410 S. Derbigny

Involuntary 233 S. Derbigny

Involuntary 2425 S. Derbigny

Involuntary 4715 Erato

Involuntary 2513 S.Galvez

Involuntary 3410 Momus Court

Involuntary 2522 S. Prieur

Involuntary 1300 S. Telemachus

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  • BillygoatPark

    Nagin’s testimony at the Field Hearing on the Future of U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care in South Louisiana (9 July 2007) can be found online through the House Committee on Veterans Affairs and contains the following mayoral quote: “The city and its partners have the financial means to expeditiously acquire the necessary land, which will be done with the support of a cooperative endeavor agreement (CEA) with the State of Louisiana. This CEA engages the state to use quick-take authority for public benefit for all of the land required for the VA site, something it is in the process of doing for the adjacent LSU location.”

    223 S. Tonti is on a key lot in square 554, within the proposed VA footprint, in a block whose residential development significantly predates 1880. The house’s narrow 2-bay front and plain lines could be indicative of a mid-19th century construction date and would be consistent with the actual age of many of the homes which, like this one, still stand below Broad Street in the Mid-City National Historic District.

    1808-1810 Cleveland is another city-requested demo – this time within LSU’s portion of the proposed footprint. The home is an early double residence. It stands in Square 437, in a block where architects Persac and Giraud owned property and are known to have resided.

    2732-34 Banks’ is located on the periphery of the proposed LSU/VA footprint, on the opposite side of the block in which the NCDC last month approved the demolition of 2761-63 Tulane and 2765-67 Tulane. Already approved for demolition, 2761-2763 Tulane is/was one of the very rare residences to survive Tulane Avenue’s “urban renewal” in the 1950s. 2732-34 Banks will be the third demo application within two months for this block.