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200 Carondelet is the renovated, historic 1929 National American Bank building, the only art-deco high rise in New Orleans.
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200 Carondelet is a 24-story building that was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1986.
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LRA Executive Director Paul Rainwater speaks at the grand opening of 200 Carondelet.
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One of the 189 apartments inside of 200 Carondelet
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The view of New Orleans from inside one of the apartments in 200 Carondelet
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Construction of Beechgrove Homes in Westwego, located in Jefferson Parish
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Examples of the 100 mixed-income units that are part of Beechgrove Homes in Jefferson Parish
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Beechgrove Homes brought 100 rental units to Westwego in Jefferson Parish.
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A view of The Meridian development, located on South Jefferson Davis Parkway in New Orleans
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A view of the inside of one of the Meridian's 72 units, all of which are affordable.
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Developers of The Preserve used $16 million in CDBG funds and $16.5 million in GO Zone Housing Tax Credit equity to build the complex.
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Construction on The Preserve, a 183-unit complex on Tulane Avenue in New Orleans
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The Preserve was the first Piggyback development to open in March 2009.
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LRA Board Member Walter Leger and Executive Director Paul Rainwater (left) join state Treasurer John Kennedy and others for the grand opening of The Preserve.
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LRA Board Member Walter Leger addresses the crowd celebrating the grand opening of The Preserve in New Orleans.
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