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 $1,600.
Our friends at NeighborhoodX have analyzed house prices in New Orleans for the last month. So far, the analytics and research firm evaluated nine New Orleans neighborhoods in depth and released a global analysis of fifteen popular neighborhoods in the city.
According to the Office of the Mayor, The City of New Orleans launched its renovations effort on the Historic Algiers Courthouse, located on 225 Morgan Street. The refresh will cost $1.2 million and are funded in part by FEMA.
There is no lack of "luxury apartments" in New Orleans’ downtown neighborhoods, but one development is trying to lure renters who might want a CBD studio across the river. A Masonic lodge in Algiers Point has been converted into high-end rentals.
It's Micro Week at Curbed, where we're celebrating all things small. While we're not sure if Algiers Point is New Orleans' smallest neighborhood, it certainly feels like it, which is why we're re-running this Algiers Point neighborhood guide. Enjoy!
The price is now down on this glorious Eastlake Victorian in Algiers Point in need of a loving renovation. It hit the market at $249,900, and now it’s down to $224,900. The mostly gutted, circa 1890 home has a lot of its historic details intact.
Originally built in 1860, the 1,832 square-foot house has high ceilings, a custom stained-glass door, heart of pine hardwood floors throughout, four fireplaces with mantels, and ceiling medallions in most rooms. Take a look inside the cute home.
Largely gutted, this circa 1890 Eastlake Victorian overlooking the river in Algiers Point needs a renovation. But the home’s original windows, trim, mouldings, mantles, stained glass, and floor plan are all there. It could shine in the right hands.
After a third price cut, a cute arts and crafts home in Algiers Point is down to $325,000. Could that be the magic number? It the market in February at $399,000, and since then has dropped incrementally. Take a look inside the colorful home.
Did you know a local developer named Gulfwater Properties proposed a "city beach" in Algiers Point to residents and the city back in February? According to WWL they did, but the YouTube video depicting the development has been taken down.
Philip Foto opened the Algiers Poin theater in 1915 with more than 1,800 seats. The theater hosted vaudeville, jazz and other shows, and it screened movies. The theater closed in the 1960s, and it's now the home of Love Outreach Christian Church.
This Algiers Point home, serving up tropical vibes and filled with retro touches, recently got a $24,000 price cut. Originally on the market for $399,000, the price is now down to $375,000. Is the price right? Take a look and see for yourself.