The half-built hotel collapsed onto Canal Street on October 12
This $5M Greek-Italianate Revival mansion in the Garden District counts Nicolas Cage and Anne Rice as former owners
The former Catholic chapel retains stained glass, a Virgin Mary statue, and a wet bar acquired by Cage
It comes with maid service and free grocery delivery.
A package of legislation passed in California may accelerate the creation of new housing in single-family neighborhoods
How the new Louisiana Children’s Museum teaches kids about their city’s complex relationship with water
An interview with architect Rich Franko
A carriage house and a brick courtyard are a few highlights
They’re also directly responsible for hundreds of deaths from vehicle crashes
Paddle on the bayou or float in the saltwater pool
Over-the-top NOLA opulence at its finest
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The Lakeview abode has an unexpectedly luxe backyard
Because New Orleans has unique architecture, we can only expect that trend to spill over to its coffeeshops. Here are a few of our favorite shops around the city.
It has not one, not two, but three units
Why not check out these sculptures as soon as the high falls below 90 degrees?
So much exposed brick, so many French doors
You can hear Jazz Fest headliners from the porch
The three-day-a-week service stands in for the Central City Library during its move to a new location
It has two separate units—one upstairs and one in the ground-level basement
The circa-1869 Creole townhome overlooks leafy Esplanade Avenue
They literally wrote the book about it
It’s no secret that New Orleans has seen an influx of entrepreneurship over the last several years, and one effect of that is the creation of beautiful coworking spaces around town that provide flexible alternatives to the traditional office space lease.
It’s a prime address for Mardi Gras parade parties
The Craftsman bungalow asks $349K
It lives much larger than its 704 square feet