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1385 Baronne
New Orleans , Louisiana 70113
PartnerAlembic Community Development / Ascension DePaul Services of New Orleans / Shelter Resources, Inc. (dba Belle Reve)
RoleDeveloper / Lender / Owner / Property Manager
Total Development Cost$77,873,707

H3C in New Orleans is a GCHP Health + Housing community developed in partnership with Alembic Community Development.  H3C has 192 units- 92 reserved for seniors and located in the Belle Reve Building.  Residents have access to an onsite community health clinic operated by DePaul Community Health Centers. Other amenities include a fitness center, community room, secure entry and available parking.

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