Nov 072011
 

2324 Toledano (photo via Preservation Resource Center)

The Neighborhood Conservation District Committee will meet today to consider a number of demolition requests through Central City, Carrollton and Hollygrove neighborhoods.

Uptown-area properties are listed below, based on research at the Preservation Resource Center’s Preservation in the Present blog, which includes a list of all properties on today’s NCDC agenda citywide.

Central City/Hoffman Triangle
2324-26 TOLEDANO ST*—FEMA
2800 S CLAIBORNE AVE
2720 CLARA ST—Code Enforcement
2008-10 ST ANDREW ST—Code Enforcement
2400 S CLAIBORNE AVE—FEMA
2116-18 HARMONY ST—FEMA
2229-31 JOSEPHINE ST—FEMA
1700-02 S RAMPART ST—FEMA
3015-17 S SARATOGA ST—FEMA
2504-06 S PRIEUR ST
2501-03 S JOHNSON ST—FEMA
4132-34 MARTIN LUTHER KING—FEMA
9316 OLIVE ST—FEMA

Carrollton/Hollygrove/Gert Town
2935 DANTE ST
1919 MONROE ST—FEMA
2420 CAMBRONNE ST—LLT
8639 COLAPISSA ST—FEMA
7001 FORSHEY ST
3311-11½ FERN ST—LLT

  2 Responses to “City panel to consider demolitions requests in Central City, Carrollton, Hollygrove neighborhoods”

  1. The FEMA designation, does that mean that FEMA is requesting the demos. I thought all that money was spent. Many of these homes are still listed in private names. Will the city bill the owner or what is going on money wise. Who is paying for these? Who gets the vacant lot?

  2. Rebeccca, technically the City of New Orleans is proposing to demolish the properties and FEMA is paying for the demolitions. The universe of “FEMA funded demolition” eligible properties has been identified but current CNO administration and FEMA came to an agreement to reopen this program. This is a “free” demolition for the property owner and no liens are placed on the property for the cost of demolition. The owner retains the lot.

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