The home at 5428 St. Charles Avenue was designed by Emile Weil, the noted architect of landmarks throughout the city, and the Goldring family’s desire to tear it down and replace it with a building of their own design has upset neighbors and preservationists in the past. The request was slated for a decision last month, but deferred until today (Monday, Oct. 3) to give the family time to meet with opponents of the project.
Other demolition requests include homes in Freret, Milan and Carrollton, as well as three properties in Central City, two in Hoffman Triangle and four in Hollygrove.
A listing of Uptown properties on the agenda with links to photos by the Preservation Resource Center is below, pulled from their list of proposed demolitions across the entire city. The city has also published its complete agenda.
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NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION DISTRICT COMMITTEE
Monday, October 3, 2011
2:00 p.m. City Council Chamber
City Hall – Civic Center
1300 Perdido Street, 1st Floor
New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112
Demolitions were requested by Owner unless otherwise noted.
*Indicates Old Business
1037 DANTE ST* – Code Enforcement
CLICK HERE to email NCDC and share your opinion about any of the proposed demolitions on the agenda.