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New Orleans rent comparison: Bourbon Street apartments under $2,300

How much does it cost to live on Bourbon Street?

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 on Bourbon Street renting for $2,300 and under.

↑ Located on Royal Street, this first-floor unit asks $1,500/month. The 700-square-foot unit has one bedroom, one bathroom, and a large open floor plan. Highlights include the home’s exposed brick, pocket doors, and granite countertops in the kitchen. The unit has on-site laundry. Tenants have the option of parking off-street at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel. There is no mention of any pet policies.

This second-floor Bourbon Street apartment rents for $1,600/month. At 600 square feet, the home has a loft-style room and one bathroom. The rent includes utilities, and a fully-furnished kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Other notable features include an updated bath, on-site laundry, and a balcony. Both dogs and pets are allowed. Management also offers off-street parking—but no mention if that comes at an additional charge.

↑ This third-floor apartment, located at Orleans and Royal, sits nearly a block away from Bourbon Street. Renting for $2,100/month, this home has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,100 square feet. Renovated in 2016, this apartment sports exposed brick, hardwood floors, a balcony, and stainless steel kitchen appliances. The listing does not provide details of a pet policy. Management does not offer off-street parking.

↑ For $2,300/month, you can rent this luxury Bourbon Street apartment that sits on the corner of St Peters and Bourbon streets. The 770-square-foot unit has two bedroom and two bathrooms. Coming fully furnished, this apartment has chandeliers, a modern kitchen, and a washer and dryer. Other highlights include original the home’s original architectural detail, exposed brick, hardwood flooring, and a clawfoot tub. There is no mention of a pet policy or off-street parking.


Which Bourbon Street home would you choose?

This poll is closed

  • 22%
    One-bedroom apartment on Royal Street
    (21 votes)
  • 11%
    One-bedroom apartment on Bourbon Street
    (11 votes)
  • 41%
    Two-bedroom apartment on Orleans and Royal
    (39 votes)
  • 25%
    Two-bedroom apartment on Bourbon Street
    (24 votes)
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