New Orleans is experiencing its second condo renaissance. Shortly after the new millennium began, repurposed buildings were getting systematically altered to change from grand single residences to a series of urban boxes. Though those boxes tend to come with a fair amount of newer features, one constant is the old buildings in which they're housed. In looking for the oldest properties on the market, we found that all eight of our century and a half old listings were condos, thanks to major help from Realtor.com. Prices range from $195K to $850K, though neither the cheapest condo nor the most expensive correlates with square footage. What condo catches your eye? Let us know in the comments, via Facebook or Twitter, and of course, via good old fashioned email.
· On the Market [Curbed NOLA]