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New Orleans Rent: What $950 Rents You in Mid-City, St. Roch, Treme, University Area, French Quarter, and Treme

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Comparing rent in five neighborhoods

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various New Orleans neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $950.

↑ This adorable Mid-City cottage is only 300 square feet, but it includes a small (shared) patio and a gated driveway that can be used when the owner of the main house isn't home. Located a few blocks from City Park, you get a washer/dryer in a shed outside and a gas stove.

↑ While this gives off some suburban apartment complex vibes, you would be among the first tenants of this newly renovated spot in St. Roch. The 600-square-foot units here include separate living areas, washer/dryers, and central air and heat.

↑ Over in the University Area, this 900-square-foot two-bedroom has pretty details like fireplace mantels, wood floors and a clawfoot tub. The house was freshly painted and the kitchen recently renovated.

↑ It's like living in your own miniature French Quarter townhouse. The two-story, 600-square-foot two-bedroom is small, but charming.

↑ This Treme shotgun packs 850 square feet. The two-bedroom is in good condition with original chocolate brown hardwood floors. There's washer/dryer and a back patio. No pets allowed.