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 over 1,500 properties and touching countless individuals with its outreach and advocacy efforts, PRC continues its pursuit to preserve New Orleans' historic heritage.


Renovators' Happy Hour Goes to Faubourg St. John
Renovators' Happy Hour Goes to Faubourg St. John

Visit this Neoclassical house on Ursulines Avenue that is being restored to its original glory more

Preservation Salon Series #6:  Vieux Carré
Preservation Salon Series #6:  Vieux Carré

Join us for the 6th Preservation Salon focusing on the past, present, and future of the Vieux Carré more

PRC's 40th Anniversary Celebration
PRC's 40th Anniversary Celebration

Celebrate at the Saenger Theatre with mint juleps and music by the New Leviathan more


  • 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.

  • Proposed Demolitions: NCDC Agenda for April 7, 2014

    The latest list of proposed demolitions is rather long, in part because the last NCDC meeting was canceled. Check out the latest demolitions to be reviewed by the committee & email members with your opinion via our blog.

  • Meeting Canceled! Proposed Demolitions: NCDC Agenda for March 17, 2014

    Check out the latest list of proposed demolitions. If you have an opinion about any of the demolitions, the NCDC members want to hear about it! Follow the link on our blog post to email the Neighborhood Conservation District Committee (NCDC) and share your thoughts.


What's New

PRC Launches Mobile App with Culture Connect

Jazz Houses:  Where They Lived more

PRC Presents the Final Book of Its Trilogy

 ·  New Orleans  ·  Days and Nights in the Dreamy City more

New Orleans Favorites:  sublime days and treasured spaces

PRC has a new book-in-progress and invites you to contribute. more

Preservation in Print