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Old Posted Dec 10, 2019, 4:52 PM
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Don’t forget;
Cindy and Paul Gulotta, who live at The Loft condo complex adjacent to the old museum... said the available parking on the 821 Tchoupitoulas St. lot was integral to their decision to buy their place.

A previous attempt to convert the Tchoupitoulas lot to a five-story garage died in 2017 when about 60 residents signed a protest petition.
I don’t understand why people base decisions like these on amenities provided by or the conditions of separate adjacent properties as if they can’t change at any given moment. Unless the parking was provided and/or owned by the building they were buying in there was never any guarantee that this lot wouldn’t be redeveloped or done away with at some point in the future. Especially when you’re buying in a neighborhood that is rapidly growing and becoming more desirable. It reminds of when people sue because a neighboring development will change the view out their windows.
Care never forgot us, we just never cared.
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