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The Willows

7001 Lawrence Rd.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70127
PartnerThe Finance Authority of New Orleans
Total Development Cost$7,103,000
Completion Date06/28/2007

The Finance Authority of New Orleans, owner of the landmark Willows Apartments in New Orleans East, faced the daunting task of rehabilitating the hurricane-damaged apartment complex following Hurricane Katrina. The Finance Authority engaged GCHP to manage the renovation and upgrade of the flood-damaged property, seeking to create needed housing for residents of the hurricane-shattered New Orleans East. GCHP managed the renovation project, including the restoration of 263 rental units across 19 separate buildings.

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