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1610 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard

1610 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70113
RoleDeveloper / Lender / Owner / Property Manager
Commercial & Community Square Footage4,858
Total Development Cost$1,900,000
Completion Date12/17/2009

Gulf Coast Housing Partnership, since inception, has made a commitment to the revitalization of Central City New Orleans and the historically significant Oretha Castle Haley Cultural Corridor, securing start-up office space on the Boulevard in 2006. GCHP expanded our commitment in 2008 with the acquisition and renovation of two dilapidated buildings on Oretha Castle Haley that houses commercial office space.

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