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Home » Vieux Carré Commission » Topics » Vieux Carré Boundaries & Building Designations
There are many different historical districts inside the City of New Orleans. The Vieux Carré Commission oversees the area pictured on the map below, which is bounded by Iberville St., N. Rampart St., Esplanade Ave., and the Mississippi River.
Both the National Register and the VCC recognize that there are some properties that have greater historical and/ or architectural significance than others. To distinguish the range of historical and/or architectural significance, every building and property (resource) within the Vieux Carré Historic District has been classified with a color rating. Based upon the color rating, alterations to a property will fall into one of three review process levels under these Guidelines:
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