Over the last few months, our friends at NeighborhoodX have analyzed house prices in New Orleans. So far, the analytics and research firm evaluated over 10 New Orleans neighborhoods in depth and released a global analysis of seventeen neighborhoods in the city.
Today, NeighborhoodX revisited the French Quarter. In August of 2017, NeighborhoodX has valued the average price per square foot in the neighborhood at $538. In a Curbed New Orleans map that ranks 17 neighborhoods from least to most expensive, the French Quarter ties with the CBD as the most costly in the city.
This 349-square-foot condo, located at 539 Toulouse Street, ranks as the most expensive listing in the French Quarter, priced at $897/square foot. Squeezing in one bedroom and one bathroom, this home has a renovated kitchen and private 250 square foot patio. Asking $313,000, HOA dues are $133/month.
This St Peter’s triplex reigns as the least expensive home in the French Quarter, priced at $275/square foot. Each unit has one bedroom and one bathroom with a shared total of 2,982 square feet. Highlights include 14-foot ceilings, original hardwood floors, and a shared courtyard. Though, don’t be tricked by its low price per square footage: The asking price is $850,000.
To look at more properties in the French Quarter, check out the interactive graph below. Click on any address to learn more about that particular property.
- French Quarter (August 2017) [NeighborhoodX]
- Mapping 17 New Orleans neighborhoods, ranked from least to most expensive [Curbed New Orleans]