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Downtown Developments; Gennifer Flowers' Former Home; More!

Welcome back to Curbed Cuts where Curbed NOLA editor Sarah Chase shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
Gertler Building in 1925 and rendering, images via Josh Gertler

CBD – Add another downtown residential development to the ever-growing list. This building on Carondelet Street will be eight rental units with a ground floor space available for a restaurant or retail set-up. Apparently, the Filipino pop-up, Milkfish, had its eyes on this prize. Check it out.

FRENCH QUARTER – Gennifer Flowers, best known for blabbing about her affair with Bill Clinton, once called this 2,700-square foot condo home. There was a hefty price chop over the weekend, bringing it down to $975K.

CITY-WIDE – Developer and HRI CEO, Pres Kabacoff, has a $1B (yes, billion) plan to transform the city. In one of those "you have to read it to believe it" cases, it involves a hyperbaric chamber in a wing of the abandoned Charity Hospital, a 300,000-square foot shopping center on Canal, and more.

TREME – An abandoned, graffiti-bombed school just got the okay to move forward with plans to turn the campus into artist live/work spaces. The $40M renovation also includes a performance venue and 45,000-square feet of green space.