There's lots of action happening in Mid-City these days. The swanky University Medical Center opened this weekend and, the Lafitte Greenway is just about complete. The latter is a really exciting endeavor that's already drawing big developments, like a mixed-used project from Sidney Torres IV and a big doggie day care. Property is going to be even hotter in that neighborhood than it already is, so we've mapped a few houses on the market that are close to the Greenway that you should probably consider buying right this second.Read More
Six Houses Near Lafitte Greenway You Should Buy Right Now
114 S Hennessey St.
Size: 3,586 sq. ft.
The Skinny: The Victorian known as the "Flag House" operated as a vacation rental before hitting the market. The six-bedroom, four-bathroom two-story has a lush back patio with deck and a separate studio.
217 N Jeff Davis Pkwy.
Size: 5,260 Sq. Ft.
The Skinny: The eight-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom raised basement is in definite need of an update, but location, location, location, as they say.
3006 Bienville St.
Size: 1,739 Sq. Ft.
The Skinny: This double-turned-single is now a grey-everything three-bedroom, two-bathroom. In the back there's a deck and small yard.
2918 Conti St.
Size: 1,829 Sq. Ft.
The Skinny: Warning! Viewing the photos on this listing may inspire claustrophobia and terror. These two shotguns connected by a breezeway is definitely a fixer upper, but could be a cool owner/renter occupied space.
4228 Orleans Ave.
Size: 2,160 Sq. Ft.
The Skinny: Built in 1922, this arts and crafts four-bedroom, two bathroom, was previously divided into apartments. This space definitely needs an update, but it has potential.
323 N. Roman St.
Size: 2,300 Sq. Ft.
The Skinny: This Victorian double-turned-single was totally renovated. Also at the four-bedroom, three-bathroom house is a huge walk in closet in the master bedroom and a big backyard with small back porch.