But i guarantee they replace it with something like River Gardens which isnt much better
Unfortunately, it will be similar.
HANO, in partnership with the city, plans to redevelop the 23-acre Iberville site as well as an expanded 300-block area called "Iberville-Treme" that is bordered by Tulane and St. Bernard avenues and Broad and Rampart streets. The nearly $600 million project calls for the construction of 2,446 apartments including a one-for-one replacement of all of Iberville's 821 public housing apartments.
On the original 23-acre site, plans call for creating 304 public housing units, mostly town homes and multi-family buildings, allowing the 440 families living at Iberville to return. HANO also plans to build 261 moderate-income units and 315 market-rate units.
Up to 16 of the original Iberville buildings will be preserved and renovated into new housing units and a community center.