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Holy Cross Development; Anti-Habana Outpost Signs

Welcome to Curbed Cuts where Curbed NOLA editor Sarah Chase shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
1800 Jefferson Ave./photo via Gardner Realtors

UPTOWN—Architect Albert Ledner built this place in 1955 as a church. Now it's a 8,602-square-foot home with 26-foot ceilings, glass galore, and a $2,700,000 price tag. Check it out.

HOLY CROSS—The controversial redevelopment plans that include two 60-foot-tall riverfront residences got the thumbs-up from City Council yesterday and here's ten things to know about the project. In other news from the Lower Ninth Ward neighborhood, this darling butter-colored home just hit the market with an ambitious $425,000 price tag and already there's a sale pending.

FRENCH QUARTER—Curious about the condos in the Jax Brewery Building? Take a peek inside this two-bedroom, two-bath unit that's on the market for $1.2 million.

MARIGNY—Just when you think the Habana Outpost saga has quieted down, there's more neighborhood beef on the subject and this time it's concerning the anti-Habana Outpost signage.