Two St. Charles Avenue Properties Being Discussed at New Orleans HDLC Architectural Review Committee Meeting
The New Orleans Historic District Landmarks Commission Architectural Review Committee’s regularly scheduled meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, in the One Stop Conference Room A located on the 7th Floor of City Hall, 1300 Perdido Street at 12:30 PM.
The meeting agenda indicates that there are two St. Charles Avenue properties being discussed at the meeting.
The public is welcome at the meeting. Below is an excerpt from the agenda.
2400 St Charles Ave: M Carbine Restorations, Ltd, applicant; The Saint Charles Avenue Condominium LLC, owner; Review facade changes of previously approved four-story, multi-family residential building.
4920 St Charles Ave: M Carbine Restorations, Ltd, applicant; Gregory J Waguespack, owner; Construct addition at second level over a bay window on an existing two-story residential building.
View the agenda here.
St. Charles Avenue Property Being Discussed at New Orleans HDLC Meeting
There is a City of New Orleans New Orleans Historic District Landmarks Commission (HDLC) meeting to be held Thursday, March 15, 2018, at 1:00PM. It will be held across the street from City Hall at 1340 Poydras Street, in the 21st floor Conference Room.
The meeting agenda (view here) indicates that there is a St. Charles Avenue property being discussed at the meeting.
The public is welcome at the meeting. Below is an excerpt from page 2 of the agenda.
V. OLD BUSINESS WORK APPLICATIONS
A. 2524 St Charles Ave: Saint Charles Avenue Historic District, Full Control: Andrew Spaulding, applicant; Robert Lynn Priddy, owner; Appeal of approved plans and ARC recommendations to enlarge rear porch addition to Significant raised single-family residential building. http://onestopapp.nola.gov/Redirect.aspx?SearchString=17-27844-HDLC
Please note: The names of property owners are automatically generated from City data sources and may not reflect recent changes in ownership and/or may be inaccurate. The City of New Orleans apologizes for any confusion this may cause. Drawings and related information can be found on the One Stop Shop website, http://www.nola.gov/onestop/.
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