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The 10 oldest homes for sale in New Orleans, mapped

From its native shotgun to its Creole cottage, New Orleans’s architecture makes the city a living, breathing history book.

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The best center halls on the market, mapped

From Uptown to the Bywater, we’re mapping the best center halls you can buy in New Orleans.

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15 places and exhibits to visit right now to learn about New Orleans history

Whether you’re a local or a tourist, there’s something for everybody to see.

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The best museums you can visit in the French Quarter

In the French Quarter you can find museums on Victorian lifestyle, Mardi Gras, Jazz, and Voodoo, just to name a few.

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Record stores in New Orleans, mapped

On Saturday, April 21, New Orleans will be one of many cities around the world celebrating the independent culture of record stores.

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Mapping former stores turned homes on the market

It’s not everyday you see a former store turned into a single-family home in New Orleans.

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What to see along the Lafitte Greenway trail

Here are some of the best things to note on your next trip along the Lafitte Greenway.

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10 oldest houses for sale in NOLA right now

New Orleans is know for its distinctive architecture, from its native Shotgun to the creole cottage. And what makes New Orleans architecture captivating is that it continues to remain a living, breathing history book.

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NOLA construction projects happening now

From large apartment complexes to an "invisible hotel," New Orleans has some amazing projects that will come to fruition in the next few years.

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13 free things to do instead of shopping on Black Friday in NOLA

Whether if you’re looking for something active, or yearning to learn something new about the New Orleans during the holidays, here’s a list of 13 unique places to visit this Friday.

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Beautiful shotgun homes for sale in NOLA right now

The shotgun home is as synonymous to New Orleans as Mardi Gras is to the city.

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The most expensive listed condominiums in NOLA

From Uptown to the French Quarter, these are some of the most luxurious condominiums New Orleans has to offer.

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Mapping 6 spooky spots in the French Quarter

With halloween around the corner, New Orleans is no stranger to creepy locations. From Marie Laveau’s tomb to a haunted 18th-century shop, there are spooky stories throughout the French Quarter.

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Mapping developments on and near the Lafitte Greenway

Since it opened in 2015, the Lafitte Greenway has been on a non-stop development track. In fact by the end of 2018, we can expect at least five new additions to the Greenway.

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10 places to visit near the Rampart streetcar line

From learning about Mardi Gras Indians to a deadly museum, here are seven places to visit near the North Rampart/St Claude streetcar line.

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New Orleans riverfront developments, mapped

By 2020, New Orleans can have one of the largest continuous public riverfronts in the nation, measuring over 4.5 miles.

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New Orleans’s best Halloween events, mapped

Leading up to Halloween Day, New Orleans has several spooky (and fun) events around the city.

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10 smallest single-family homes for sale in New Orleans

Earlier, Curbed New Orleans looked at 5 condos under 500 square feet. If you’re thinking about downsizing, but not going that small, check out this map of the 10 smallest single-family homes for sale in New Orleans.

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New Orleans’s 10 most bikeable neighborhoods

From the riverbend to the Industrial Canal

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10 monuments and sites you should see in New Orleans

There’s no question that New Orleans is a city filled with history. For starters, it has several homes built and maintained from the 19th century.

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Eight things to do this Labor Day weekend in New Orleans, mapped

Weather permitting, New Orleans will host several great events across the city and metro area. Most importantly, many of these Labor Day weekend events are free.

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12 places to stay along the Gulf Coast within driving distance of NOLA

Sometimes you need to take a break, even from a fun city like New Orleans. If you have a tank full of gas and some time to spend, exploring Louisiana and the Gulf Coast can be an ultimate road trip adventure.

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Mapping 17 New Orleans neighborhoods, ranked from least to most expensive

In the current analysis, listed homes in New Orleans range from $40 to $999 per square foot. Last May, the prices ranged between $46 and $980 per square foot.

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Least expensive homes in the CBD and Warehouse District, mapped

In its search for least expensive homes in the Central Business and Warehouse districts, NeighborhoodX found eight homes ranging from $225,000 to $257,000.

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The 10 most expensive homes for sale in New Orleans

Sometimes the best things in life can cost a pretty penny. With that being said, some of the best, most exquisite homes in New Orleans can cost millions of dollars.

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Where to watch a free outdoor movie this spring

Spring is just around the corner, and to celebrate, the New Orleans Recreation Development Commission will host its 2017 Movies in the Park screenings between April and May of 2017.

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Where to celebrate Record Store Day 2017 in NOLA

On Saturday, April 22, New Orleans will be one of many cities around the world celebrating the independent culture of record stores. Deemed Record Store Day, April 22 will mark the 10th annual celebration.

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NOLA Earth Day 2017 events and activities

While April 22 officially marks the 47th celebration of the Earth Day, several celebratory events have been scheduled over the next week. In fact, between April 21 and April 25, organization will hold family-friendly events throughout the city.

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Seven French Quarter homes under $300K for sale right now

The French Quarter is the center of the city, and while every neighborhood in our 350 square miles is a treasure, the French Quarter remains the cultural crux of the New Orleans.

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New Orleans' oldest places of worship

New Orleans is a living and breathing history book containing some of the oldest architectural structures on record. Founded in 1718, New Orleans has a leg up on many other cities across the United States.

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Mapping New Orleans' smallest parks

New Orleans has some big, beautiful parks—City Park and Audubon Park are the behemoths—but there's something about the respite a small park tucked in a neighborhood affords. These parks are perfect for picnics or just catching some quiet time.

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Where to learn about Mardi Gras Indians before Super Sunday

This upcoming Sunday, March 19, marks Super Sunday, which is a day where Uptown Mardi Gras Indians hold processionals throughout the city. This year, marks 299 years of documented history of Mardi Gras Indian tradition in New Orleans.

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Seven monuments honoring women in New Orleans

From its architectural classics, to renowned monuments, the City of New Orleans is a history book waiting to be read.

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Five places to learn about Mardi Gras history

Mardi Gras is a special time for New Orleans every year. The tradition, which dates back centuries, is nearly synonymous with New Orleans, despite carnival seasons taking place in several cities across the nation and the world.

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Places to visit in NOLA during Black History Month

From museums to local events, fun places to attend during Black History Month

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How to give back to N.O. East tornado victims

A devastating tornado struck New Orleans East on Tuesday, February 7. The tornado, which hit nearly 2.5 miles of Chef Menteur Highway for nearly four minutes, damaged over 250 homes, and over 31 people were injured, with no fatalities reported.

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Five places to volunteer during the MLK holiday

In celebration of the 31st annual holiday, many organizations have taken on the challenge of conducting service on the holiday. Check out how you can be of service, too.

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Six NOLA museums to visit for the MLK holiday

January 16, 2017, marks the 31st annual Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. While the City of New Orleans and other organizations have planned Martin Luther King Jr. inspired events, it leaves much to do in the spirit of the holiday.

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Four things to do this weekend in NOLA

From catching a parade in the French Quarter, to celebrating the Bicentennial commemoration of the Battle of New Orleans, here is a list the top four things to do this weekend, January 6-8.