Elie Khoury: an eye for big picture and tiny detail
Preservation in Print: Elie Khoury was about to complete an ambitious labor-of-love, the condominium conversion of Anne Rice’s St. Elizabeth’s Orphanage on the corner of Napoleon and Prytania Street Uptown. Moreover, the rapid sell-out of his next project,, the 221-unit Recency at 1205 St. Charles Avenue in Central City proved that uncomplicated, non-historic properties could turn a quick profit. So why could he jump back into the fire of another daunting project such as Krauss?
“I like abuse,” he jokes. “Actually, it’s the challenge. It’s taking on and successfully pulling off a difficult thing, a thing that maybe nobody else wanted to try.”
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