Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a semi-regular column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various New Orleans neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today, we're looking at apartments renting around $2,000.
↑ A three bedroom, two level, 1,500 square foot condo in a former Marigny spice factory can be yours for $2,100/month. The unit is two blocks to Frenchman and one block to Crescent City Park. Highlights include a pool and off street parking.
↑ This 1,200 square foot two bedroom double shotgun is located on Pleasant Street a block from Magazine Street in the Irish Channel. The $2,100/month house has its original hardwood floors, two full bathrooms, and a courtyard out back. There’s only street parking.
↑ In the Freret neighborhood you’ll find this three bedroom, 1,375 square foot home that’s been recently remodeled. It’s asking $1950/month. This home has an open plan on the first floor, meaning the living area is open to the dining area that leads the kitchen and other secondary rooms. Upstairs is a full bathroom and the bedrooms. No parking.
↑ For $2,045/month you can have this circa 1900 arts and crafts two bedroom in the Lower Garden District. The location is perfect; it’s on Prytania just a block from St. Charles and the streetcar line. Property highlights include tons of built in cabinetry cabinet and off street parking.
↑ Location’s going to cost you, so it should came as no surprise that the smallest rental on this list is a furnished one bedroom in the Garden District for $2,100/month. It’s on Chestnut Street two blocks from Magazine Street. Street parking only.
Which rental would you choose?
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Three bedroom in the Marigny
Two bedroom in the Irish Channel
Three bedroom in Freret
Two bedroom in the LGD
One bedroom in the Garden District