Archive for 5427 Burgundy
5427 Burgundy, one of Operation Comeback’s Properties, was featured in an online article in a publication called “The Stranger”. The article is about the Prospect 2 installation inside the home.
To see the article click here.
P.2 Satellite Project Geography House/Atlas open to the Public
Where: 5427 Burgundy Street
When: Saturday, November 26, 11 AM – 5 PM
P.2 Satellite Project artists Don and Patricia Fels would like to invite you to the opening celebration next Saturday for their installation Geography House/Atlas. The artists have transformed a home in the Lower 9th ward, donated for the occasion by the Preservation Resource Center (PRC) into an architectural sculpture using history, culture, and art as tools to trace the continuous evolution of the shotgun. The event will provide the opportunity to engage in dialogue with the artists, so come and join us!
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Some Features of this Property are:
♦ 2 bedrooms ♦ Central A/C and Heat
♦ 2 baths ♦ Wood Floors
♦ Lot size 55’ X 160’ ♦ Wonderful Porches
♦ 1,414 sq. ft. ♦ …and More
Historic Holy Cross!!!
Imagine moving into this wonderful renovation by The Preservation Resource Center’s Operation Comeback! This home will include an open floor plan with all the modern conveniences of a new construction, while preserving as many of the original historical architectural features as possible. Be a part of believing in New Orleans, and come home to Holy Cross. You may qualify to receive a grant of up to $35,000 when purchasing this home. Ask us how…
Offered at: $150,000
For more info, please call:
(504) 636-3078 office
(504) 636-3074 fax
Information submitted is believed reliable, but not guaranteed, and is subject to error, omission, change in price, prior sale, lease or withdrawal.