Two residential projects on Canal Street in New Orleans could spark the rehabilitation of acres of empty upper floors along the historic corridor.
On one of the most historic shopping boulevards in the United States, half of the real estate sits empty - the upper floors. Throngs of tourists and residents stroll along the street hourly, and yet for decades building owners have struggled with the question of what to do with all this empty space. Many gave up trying to use it years ago.
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