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 Preservation Resource Center

Breathing life back into New Orleans' at-risk historic homes and neighborhoods since 1974.

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African-American Heritage Tour
African-American Heritage Tour

Explore the past, present and future of New Orleans' African-American heritage sites more

38<sup>th</sup> Annual Julia Jump
38th Annual Julia Jump

Join us at the historic Kingsley House for the 38th Annual Julia Jump presented by First NBC Bank more

Painting the Town:  Presented by Louis Aubert & Joe Helm
Painting the Town:  Presented by Louis Aubert & Joe Helm

Learn from two local experts about color selection and proper painting techniques for historic houses more

First-Time Homebuyer Training:  February & March
First-Time Homebuyer Training:  February & March

Qualify for exclusive financial incentives for homeownership more

Shotgun House Tour
Shotgun House Tour

Appreciate the versatility and charm of an iconic New Orleans house type on this tour of shotgun homes in the Irish Channel more

A Red Hot Jazz Gala:  15th Annual Ladies in Red
A Red Hot Jazz Gala:  15th Annual Ladies in Red

Join us to honor our music legends with a festive evening of dancing, libations, and the best of New Orleans' cuisine more

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  • Bungalow beauty! A 1910 Swiss Chalet style craftsman home in Portland The Craftsman Bungalow

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  • Everybody knows the Garden District, Algiers Point, & Bywater... but have you heard of Picayune Place? A historic district right next to the proposed 400 Canal development, it has an unrivaled collection of intact 19th-century beauties. Speak up for Picayune Place – http://tinyurl.com/pnwbqan #WhatCityIsThis #KeepCanalHistoric (Source: https://www.nola.gov/…/Historic%20Distri…/Picayune-Place.pdf) (Photos: New Orleans HDLC)

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  • ICYMI: Friday, a selection committee will begin discussing World Trade Center proposals with 5 potential developers. The city expects to select a winning developer by March 23! #WhatCityIsThis #KeepCanalHistoric http://tinyurl.com/npn8y6w (Photo: City of New Orleans)

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ADVOCACY ALERT: CANAL & TCHOUPITOULAS AT RISK

Save four antebellum buildings from a proposed high-rise development in violation of... more

PRC Celebrates 40 Years of Progress Through Preservation

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

Announcing New Work by George Schmidt to Benefit PRC

George Schmidt debuts series of etchings representing the historic districts of New... more

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