NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATIONS

- NEW ORLEANS FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN BUILDING, 4948 Chef Menteur Highway, New Orleans, LA. This 10-story bank and office tower completed in 1965 was listed for its architectural significance as an important local example of Wrightian style commercial architecture.

- ODECO BUILDING, 1600 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA. The 14-story ODECO Building (1966-69), was listed in 2016 as a locally significant work by the New Orleans-based structural engineer William J. Mouton, Jr.

BANK OF NEW ORLEANS BUILDING, 1010 Common Street, New Orleans, LA. This 33-story high-rise office tower (1968-71) designed by Bruce Graham and Fazlur Khan of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is locally significant for its innovative engineering. It is undergoing a mixed-use conversion using federal and state historic rehabilitation tax incentives.

TREME MARKET, 1508 Orleans Avenue, New Orleans, LA. This 1930s-era public market building was listed for its association with the city's unique municipal market system and is being rehabilitated as part of a new elderly housing complex.

FISKE THEATRE, 306 E. Main Street, Oak Grove, LA. Oak Grove's one-screen Fiske Theatre, constructed in 1950-51, was listed for its postwar Moderne architecture and for its important role in the community's history of entertainment and recreation.

The evaluation of a property's eligibility for individual listing in the National Register of Historic Places and the nomination of buildings, sites, and districts to the Register are a central part of many of our projects. Recent nominations include:

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