Why not plan a day trip to the West Bank?
The double shotgun home was built in the 1800s
Several towns near the Crescent City are jam-packed with museums, architecture, and adventure.
Who dat say they gonna buy this condo?
The three-day-a-week service stands in for the Central City Library during its move to a new location
A project of the Preservation Resource Center, this circa-1900s home is beautifully renovated
Built in 1851, the French Quarter mansion served as the Spanish Consulate from 1871 to 1877
The deadline to file a formal appeal is 4 p.m. Thursday, August 22.
It’s an exorbitantly luxurious home at an only moderately exorbitant price
The slow-moving storm is forecast to make landfall early Saturday morning as a hurricane
Converted from a double to a single-family home, this Uptown abode has minimalist leanings and an airy feel
The stylish hotspot reopened in March with an emphasis on art
Formerly slated for redevelopment as a retail space, the historic, long-vacant structure asks $445,000
"Since this neighborhood is a blank slate, we really tried to step out of the mold to make these homes unique and well built," says realtor Shannon Worrel.
The beautifully styled home has a cute side yard and deck
The screened porch and landscaped backyard are calling to us.
Homes in five neighborhoods
The 19th-century building could be used as one giant home or split into five condos
The elegant Marigny home is replete with stained glass and original mantels
The Uptown home was extensively renovated in 2018
Its new program aims to increase aquarium, zoo, insectarium, and planetarium access for Orleans Parish residents
New Orleans City Council will consider the new measure next month
Today, the mayor reminded residents to do their part to stem the tide of coastal erosion
Prices range from $189K to $370K.
A (very long) bike tour courtesy of Bike Easy’s executive director, Dan Favre
How to prepare and what to expect before Gordon makes landfall tonight
New Orleans is lagging behind crosswalk safety. The New Orleans Office of Inspector General is not pleased with the safety of pedestrian crossings in New Orleans.
Taking you from New Orleans East to Jefferson Parish and everywhere in between, here's our regularly updated map of the coolest sculptures, murals and more to see and—if you please—pose with for your Instagram. Check out the map here.