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title   St. Roch Market, Documentation and Rehabilitation Study
students   Andy Rumbach, Emily Goldman, Diedra Whittenburg, Troy Urman, Joy Naifeh, Carolyn Keenan, Xinyuan Yang, Greg Donofrio, Josh Abrams
instructor   Jeff Chusid
date   Spring 2006
school   Cornell University
     
subject   urban analysis
site   St. Roch
     
description  
The St. Roch Market, located in the city's Bywater neighborhood, holds a unique place in the history of the public market system that once dominated food retailing in New Orleans. Focusing on the historic preservation of its character, history, setting, and significance, this project outlines a rehabilitation study for the St. Roch Market. The designers imagine a renovated St. Roch Market as the economic engine that will reinvigorate the surrounding area.
     
link   booklet (pdf)
school site
     
comments  

11/15/07
Uptown Jim
New Orleans, LA

I loved the fried eryster po-boys from St. Roch's. I drove down to y'atsville twice + a week. Yum, yum.



2/29/08
Scotty Heron
New Orleans, LA

the st roch market is not in bywater. it's in a neighborhood called any of the following: nouveau marigny (new marigny), st. roch, or 8th ward. every time there is a murder in the neighborhood, the local tv stations get it wrong too, often calling us bywater.



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