Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans

 
 
 
 
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 Preservation Resource Center

Since 1974, Preservation Resource Center has been a critical force in breathing life back into New Orleans' at-risk homes and neighborhoods. Building on a history of restoring nearly 1,500 properties and touching countless individuals with its outreach and advocacy efforts, PRC continues its pursuit to preserve New Orleans' historic heritage.

EVENTS

First-Time Homebuyer Training - September
First-Time Homebuyer Training - September

Take this course to qualify for exclusive financial incentives for homeownership more

Great Neighborhood <i>SELL</i>abration
Great Neighborhood SELLabration

Visit our one-stop shop for advice on homebuying and renovating more

39th Annual Holiday Home Tour
39th Annual Holiday Home Tour

Tour private historic homes in the Garden District more

First-Time Renovator Training, Part 1: Buy Right
First-Time Renovator Training, Part 1: Buy Right

Maximize your budget for your first home renovation more

Renovators' Happy Hour Goes to Parkview
Renovators' Happy Hour Goes to Parkview

Tour a California bungalow from the early 1940s more

First-Time Renovator Training, Part 2: Renovate Right
First-Time Renovator Training, Part 2: Renovate Right

Learn how to project-manage your first home renovation more

FROM THE BLOG


  • Tell NOLA Council: Vote NO to Demolition at Canal & Tchoupitoulas Streets

    TAKE ACTION! Write City Council and ask them to oppose demolition in one of the City's architecturally richest blocks on Canal Street!

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  • Proposed Demolitions: NCDC Agenda for May 5, 2014

    Check out the latest buildings proposed for demolition, including 6823 St. Charles Ave., building 26, the former Newcomb College dean's residence. Also on the agenda is the former Housing Mart on St. Bernard Avenue, built in 1953 by architect Henry Grimball, a modernist and preservationist - "unalterably opposed" to the Riverfront Expressway.

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  • Proposed Demolitions: NCDC Agenda for April 21, 2014

    Check out the latest buildings proposed for demolition, including a tear-down at 1311 Webster, just off Prytania Street. Also on the agenda is the former Housing Mart on St. Bernard Avenue, built in 1953 by architect Henry Grimball, a modernist and preservationist - "unalterably opposed" to the Riverfront Expressway.

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What's New

PRC Releases 40th Anniversary Video:  Our Past, Present & Future

Forty years of progress through preservation:   protecting our past to make a... more

Preservation Matters III Symposium:  The Economics of Authenticity

Provocative national and international experts addressed the indispensable role of... more

PRC Celebrates 40 Years of Progress Through Preservation

40th Anniversary Celebration, Annual Meeting, and Mint Julep Reception was held at the... more

Preservation in Print