New Orleans National Register Historic Districts and proposed districts
A National Register historic district is a historic district that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register is our country’s official list of historic properties and resources worthy of preservation. It includes individual buildings, structures, sites, and objects as well as historic districts that are considered to be significant in American history, architecture, engineering, archaeology, and culture. This dataset is the result of collaboration between the Louisiana State Historic Preservation Office, FEMA and the City of New Orleans ITI-GIS. (1) Listed districts only, (2) proposed districts or extensions which have not been listed, (0) significant historic area. Please note that these historic districts are not the same as Local Historic Districts, which have completely different criteria and laws governing permitting.
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NOLA Cultural Products Districts
Louisiana's Cultural Products Districts provide for tax free sales of original works of visual art, as well as tax credits for commercial and residential renovation within the specified district. The primary goal of this initiative is to spark community revitalization based on cultural activity though tax incentives. This dataset depicts boundaries, as of October 2012, for the 21 Cultural Products Districts within the City of New Orelans. This dataset is designed to be used in conjunction with the City of New Orleans 'Parcel' and 'Address' data to identify eligible properties. For specific information on eligibility, please contact the City of New Orelans Cultural Economy Project Coordinator. Update: As Needed
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