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New Orleans Rent: What $2,100 Gets You in Mid-City, Warehouse District, Uptown, University Area, and Bywater

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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: $2,100.

↑ This newly renovated, 2,000 square-foot three-bedroom in Mid-City is a whopping three stories. It boasts hardwood floors, high ceilings, exposed brick, fireplace mantels, new wiring, plumbing, central air and heat, and insulation. It's centrally located in the neighborhood; it's one block from the Canal Street streetcar and a few blocks from the Carrollton/Canal intersection.

↑ The $2,100 rent gets you a 1,012 square-foot, two-bedroom unit at the Nine27 Apartments in the Warehouse District. While not the prettiest place, the location is tops, and units include a washer and dryer, remote controlled ceiling fans and lighting, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, wood flooring/ceramic tile, and balconies. The building is pet-friendly, too.

↑ This cozy half of a double shotgun Uptown is a 1,200 square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom. The house has high ceilings, hardwood floors, a cute bathroom with pretty tile and a clawfoot tub, a dishwasher, and central air and heat. There is a small laundry room and a small, but cute, backyard. The landlords are willing to discuss pets.

↑ Over in Bywater, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom single family home clocks in at 1,809 square feet. Features of the sidehall include marble counters in kitchen and baths, new kitchen appliances, new central air and heat, hardwood floors throughout, a cute front porch, and backyard. The listing doesn't mention the pet policy.

↑ This University Area three-bedroom camelback boasts 1,600 square feet. Recently renovated, the home features high ceilings; wood floors; a spacious kitchen with custom cabinetry, marble counters, and stainless appliances; new HVAC systems, plumbing, wiring, and paint; and a washer/dryer. There's also front and back yards, a private garage, and a screened-in front porch.