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 $1,800.
Piety Street at Dauphine Street
For $1,750/month you can live in this renovated Bywater apartment that sits less than four blocks from the Mississippi River. Measuring at 1,180 square feet, this unit has two bedrooms and one bathroom. Highlights include its hardwood floors, built-in closets, and studio space. Its kitchen has stainless steel appliance, stone counters. A tranquil shared courtyard sits at its rear. If you’re looking to bring your pets, the owner will consider them on a case-by-case basis.
St. Ann Street at Royal Street
If you’re a fan of double gallery homes in New Orleans, check out this gorgeous second-floor French Quarter that asks $1,800/month. In this 800-square-foot unit, you’ll find one bedroom and one bathroom. It has its original mantel, hardwood floors, and soaring ceilings. A washer and dryer are available on site. The owner made no mention of any pet policy.
4416 Canal Street
Part of this Mid-City double rents for $1,900/month. Measuring at 1,250 square feet, this unit has two bedrooms and one bathroom. It has a formal living and dining room. Highlights include its pocket door, exposed brick fireplace, and in-unit washer and Dryer. Its airy kitchen has stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Though, our favorite part of this home is its shared outdoor entertainment space. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to bring pets under the current rental agreement.
7137 South Claiborne Avenue
You can rent this ground-floor unit in Uptown for $1,900/month. At 1,450 square feet—the largest home on this comparison—it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. We’re in love with its airy rooms, open floorplan, and sizable kitchen. It also has an in-unit washer and dryer and off-street parking. The owner says dogs are allowed under a pet deposit, but does not mention anything on bringing cats.
Which would you choose?
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Two-bedroom Bywater apartment
One-bedroom French Quarter apartment
Two-bedroom Mid-City apartment
Three-bedroom Uptown apartment