This is my 3rd update on the Hard Rock hotel that partially collapsed back in 2019. Body or bodies remain and they have begun to chip away at the building and demolition soon to begin. Great news for the city as Hurricane season is soon and already had a small bout with Tropical storm Cristobal. A little tidbit from Wikipedia: 1031 Canal is a partially collapsed 190-foot-tall (58 m) multi-use high rise building in New Orleans, Louisiana, located at 1031 Canal Street in the Central Business District. If completed, the project would have been known as the Hard Rock Hotel New Orleans. After months of controversy, on September 22, 2011, the New Orleans City Council voted 5-2 to approve the necessary height variances with provisions. As proposed the building would have included 300 market-rate apartments, a 500-space parking garage and 40,000 square feet (3,700 m2) of retail space on the first two floors. The project has undergone a lengthy and controversial development process. On October 12, 2019, the under-construction building partially collapsed, killing three workers and injuring dozens of others. As of 2020, the building site remains in its partially collapsed state, including with the bodies of two deceased workers. Government officials are debating the project's future and potential culpability of various people and organizations involved.