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Harrell Building

Martin Luther King Blvd. & Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70113
PartnerFirst Evangelist Housing & Community Development Corp. & New Orleans Redevelopment Authority
Total Development Cost$20.6 Million

The Harrell Building replaces urban blight with an 84,000 SF mixed-use development that includes 20,000 SF commercial facility and 64,000 SF mixed-income senior rental housing. The commercial component houses the New Orleans Redevelopment Authority as anchor tenant on the upper 3 floors as well as ground floor retail space. The adjoining King Rampart Apartments provide affordable rental housing for residents 55 years and older.

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