Delray Hollow is found in the southwest region of New Bordeaux and is home to the vast majority of the city's black population, including Lincoln Clay and his adopted family, the Robinson's. Sammy Robinson, his late wife Perla and son Ellis ran the Hollow through the Black Mob for many years, but clashes with the Haitian Mob hit them hard and their earnings fell from losses in a numbers racket known as the Black Lottery.
Delray Hollow was once a bustling district, but years of economic downturn and natural disasters has taken their toll on the area and its residents. In the 1940s, investors from Frisco Fields built Baron Saturday's Fun Park, secretly thinking it would keep the black populous contained in their own neighborhood. However, the parks overtly racist theme caused outrage among the locals, and the park was forced to close down a short three months after it opened. 
Years later hurricane Barbara tore through the Hollow, flooding out many residents and permanently closing Marais Airport, taking away jobs and revenue to the district. Then in 1961, Perla Robinson passed away. Perla was known for her community outreach and work with the needy and orphans of the Hollow which she ran from an office above a local theater. 
When Sal Marcano double crossed the Robinson's after they helped pull off the heist of the Federal Reserve, the Black Mob was defeated. With no leadership or revenue, it simply fell apart. Giorgi Marcano handed control of the Hollow over to the Dixie Mafia, lead by Ritchie Doucet.
Under Doucet's rule, Perla's memorial theater was turned into a brothel, where young black women were kept drugged and forced into sexual slavery to please the desires of paying white customers. He also established a heroin racket out of the First Baptist Church, which Sammy Robinson had recently began to renovate. The influx of the heavily addictive drug into the already impoverished neighborhood all but devastated the community.
The Haitian's weren't powerful enough to take control away from the Marcano backed Dixie Mafia. It wasn't until Lincoln Clay, who had been shot and left for dead along with Sammy, Ellis Robinson, and Danny Burke, recovered from his injuries and returned home seeking revenge.
After striking up a partnership with Cassandra, leader of the Haitian's, Lincoln was able to systematically dismantle Doucet's operations one by one, turning them over to Cassandra's people. Once the Hollow was no longer under Doucet's control, he retreated to Baron Saturday's, where he was tracked down and killed by Lincoln Clay.
The New Hollow
Under Lincoln's leadership, Delray Hollow was pulled out of its despair. Perla's was reopened as a nightclub where the locals could gather for live music, drinks and socializing. The community church was used as a hub for marijuana trade, making a nice profit that all went back into the district. Eventually Lincoln was able to rebuild the Hollow, even opening a new theme park where Baron Saturday's once stood. He spent the profits from ruling his criminal empire to see his boyhood home prosper as it never had before. 
Locations of Interest
- Delray Hollow is where Lincoln Clay grew up and lived along with his black mob family.
- It's based on Algiers, a black neighborhood in New Orleans.