A historic community of Old Carrollton, our neighborhood was once one of New Orleans most coveted cultural treasures. In its heyday, its population consisted of pensioners, mostly retired from the old rail line and Port of New Orleans, earning us the name, Pensiontown.
Devastated by mass abandonment and neglect since…
NENA’s mission is to play a vital role in our neighborhood’s redevelopment. We implement sustainable projects and programs in decent and affordable housing, economic development and education with clear community involvement and direction.
NEWCITY Neighborhood Partnership is a coalition of over seventy stakeholders in the Tremé and Lower Mid-City neighborhoods of New Orleans. NEWCITY uses monthly meeting to determine ways to synergize members’ individual redevelopment efforts and to jointly advocate for catalytic, place-based development.
We are a non-profit agency seeking to revitalize the main street through Central City, at one point the thriving Dryades street, now the Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard. Until the early 70’s, the area served as one of the premier areas of African American commerce in the Jim Crow South. Over…
Sojourner Truth Community Center services residents in the Treme, Tulane/Gravier communities. We provide a variety of employment/vocational, educational, health & wellness and wealth development services. Our programs are designed to empower residents with the necessary tools to increase quality of life in post-Katrina New Orleans.
The Tulane/Canal Neighborhood Development Corporation grew from the congregation of New Orleans’ St. Joseph Catholic Church’s advocacy and ministry services. Dedicated to the creation of affordable housing for families in the neighborhood, the Tulane/Canal Neighborhood Development Corporation has developed affordable homes in the Bienville Corridor since its inception in 2001.