Abodes ranging from a former jail to a 171-square-foot tiny house
Each side has its own deck and fenced backyard
From "Interview with the Vampire" to "American Horror Story"
Offering a prime St. Patrick’s Day location to its lucky future owners
Open floor plan adds tons of space to two-story home
The bad weather was related to an incoming tropical development
Homes in the French Quarter, Bayou St. John, Irish Channel, Uptown, and Marigny Triangle
The inaugural tour through the Lower Garden District and Irish Channel kicks off Sunday, May 19
Highlights include custom wallpaper, an exposed brick fireplace, 14-foot ceilings and more.
The veranda is a scene-stealer
Let the before-and-after shots inspire your own 2019 glow-up
Homes in five neighborhoods
They’re the latest development by architect Jonathan Tate.
Prices range from $189K to $370K.
It has a charming courtyard with a pool
Vaulted, 11-foot ceilings bring drama to the simple space
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!
This week our selection of dwellings includes a condo, a multi-family home, and three single-family homes.
Along with the expansion, Blue Bikes phased out its $1 out-of-hub charge for bikes not returned to a official Blue Bikes hub.
Here’s a list of five exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss this weekend, May 12 and May 13
It has tall ceilings, pocket doors, hardwood floors, and mantels.
At the rear of this home is a tranquil wooden deck and roomy patio.
Today, we’re looking at apartments that asks under $1,200/month in New Orleans.
Placed on a 9,180-square-foot lot, you’ll find an attractive front yard, a modest porch at its facade, and a larger porch toward its rear.
Here’s a list of four exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss this weekend, April 13 to April 15.
Here are five different events you can attend to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in New Orleans between March 16 and 17.
This time around our selection of dwellings includes single-family homes and condos under $400,000 in the Irish Channel.
Here’s a list of five exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss this weekend, March 9 to March 11.
The previous owner renovated this home from the ground-up, but kept details like its brick fireplace and original hardwood floors.
Today, we’re kicking off this week with some of the best homes on the market in New Orleans under $450,000.
Homes in this neighborhood are slightly cheaper than houses in Faubourg Livaudais.
Here’s a list of four exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss this weekend, December 29 to December 31.
Here’s a list of four exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss this weekend, December 15 to December 17.
Here’s a list of five exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss this weekend, December 1 to December 3.
On Saturday, November 11, the Tour will showcase 9 unconventional homes across six neighborhoods.
In a recent study, NeighborhoodX ranked the Irish Channel as the 10th expensive neighborhood in New Orleans, falling in between Faubourg Livaudais and Lakeview.
Today, NeighborhoodX revisited the Irish Channel. In August of 2017, NeighborhoodX has valued the average price per square foot in the neighborhood at $257.
Built in 2005, this cute cottage that sits on Sixth Street just hit the market. It’s roughly three blocks from both Tchoupitoulas and Magazine streets.
Today, NeighborhoodX revisited the Irish Channel. As of July 2017, the average price per square foot is $263.