Homes in five neighborhoods
On Sunday, February 5, The Humana Rock ’n’ Roll New Orleans Marathon and Half Marathon will take place across the city.
It’s right by the intersection of Ursulines and Decatur streets
It’s part art installation, part shop
It offers a lot of value (and a courtyard) for the price
A modern floor plan meets original elements in a beautiful renovation
The French Quarter home has a brick courtyard and a raftered guest house
Tara Shaw did the interior design
Its large, grassy backyard is a rarity for the neighborhood
The circa-1860s Greek Revival home is luxe to the max
The interior has faux-finish walls and charm galore
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
Who doesn’t want a bedroom with a mirrored wall?
And a price tag of $1.59M
Its balcony faces a shady, peaceful flagstone courtyard
The circa-1850s Greek Revival stunner has an amazing wraparound balcony and an even more amazing courtyard.
It’s a snug space in a 19th-century Creole cottage.
We’ve got five options, all in the heart of downtown.
It features homes in shipping containers, a grain silo, and a former jail.
Options in five neighborhoods
An elegant remodel gave the 19th-century townhome a modern open floor plan while preserving its historic elements.
The 11th annual Halloween parade in New Orleans rolls tonight.
The renovated Victorian home offers a large upper unit with a balcony and a ‘mother-in-law’ unit.
A six-alarm fire gutted the building in 2016.
See what you can get in Gentilly, Holy Cross, the French Quarter, the Marigny, and St. Claude.
Homes in the French Quarter, 7th Ward, Metairie, Central City, and Old Aurora
The six-mile tours follow an ancient portage route through four historic neighborhoods.
From a new construction in Gentilly to a Victorian side hall in Holy Cross
From Bayou St. John to Venetian Isles
Five rentals, from Central City to Bayou St. John
The good news: they’re ripping up one block at a time (instead of four)
Expect delays and road closures while volunteers make streets safer for cyclists.
Who wouldn’t want to live in New Orleans’ oldest residences?