On Wednesday, January 25, Robért Fresh Market announced its plans for its 26,000 square foot full-service grocery store, and a 15,000 square foot retail parcel, which will both service the Bywater and Marigny neighborhoods.
Set far back from Poland Avenue in Bywater, this creative camelback serves up retro vibes in 1,442 square feet. A renovated barn, the home has a split-level living room, exposed beams, and lots of natural light. Take a look inside the creative house.
Over time, there has been a growing trend to go green. This house does just that. Built in 1946, this newly renovated house in St. Claude, right outside Bywater, makes its mark on the block with its distinctive bright green exterior. Take a look.
A 150-year-old Victorian fixer-upper in Bywater is now for sale. The three-story home sits on a 200-foot deep lot, and inside there’s original medallions, pocket doors, and high ceilings. It has two outbuildings that could be guest houses, too.
Last time we heard about Stateside, the upscale hotel and hostel planned for Bywater, it had secured the approval of City Council. The latest from the project is that developer Ted Kelso of Pelican Royal, LLC has purchased a nearby vacant lot.
A few weeks after hitting the market, a Bywater side hall originally asking $499,000 got reduced to $488,000. Now the price is down again—it’s asking $475,000. Could this be the magic price, or will it go down some more? Take a look at the house.
Aaron Hayes and Bridget Kelly met in New Orleans while Hayes was in town working on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. The home they renovated together contains many left-overs from Louisiana films, and now it’s on the market. Take a look inside.
In its third price chop this summer—many homes on the market are seeing recent price drops—this Bywater center hall is now down to $1,050,000. It hit the market in October 2015, asking $1,295,000. Since then the price has creeped down steadily.
The long-vacant former NOPD horse stables in Bywater and an old eight-unit apartment building in Marigny are being redeveloped right now. The owners are preparing to lease the stables to a retail tenant, and converting the eight-plex into condos.
Coming to Bywater is Parleaux Beer Lab, which is heading into an unassuming spot on the corner of Royal and Lesseps streets. Over on Freret Street, a former lounge that's been empty since Hurricane Katrina will become the Freret Beer Room. Read on.
The price keeps creeping down on this charming Bywater home. When it first hit the market, it asked $519,000. Then it got a price chop that brought it down to $495,000. And now, it’s going for $475,000. Do you think this will be the lucky number?
After hitting the market at $1,295,000 in October 2015, this beautiful Bywater center hall with contemporary touches is down to $1,110,000 after a third price chop. Will this be the right price for this place? Take a look and decide for yourself.
Recently this classic and cool Bywater side hall hit the market at $499,000. A few weeks later the price is down slightly: it’s now asking $488,000. One room has a custom Murphy bed that gives the space extra versatility. Take a look inside.
Not long after hitting the market, the price is already slightly down on this cute Bywater home filled with charm and historic details. Originally asking $519,000, it’s now down to $495,000. Take a look inside the 1,886 square-foot historic home.
With high ceilings, gorgeous pocket doors, antique pine floors, and fireplace mantles, this Bywater side hall has classic beauty and some contemporary touches. One room of the Victorian gets some versatility by way of a custom Murphy bed.
Shaded by a lush garden and completely fenced, this Bywater home offers privacy and some pretty historic features. Originally two homes built in the 1830s that were later formed into one, the 1,886 square-foot home has many historic features.
In 2012 the newly married Kelly Rayner and Mark Heck were looking to buy a house, and Rayner was looking for a new career. After a fortuitous Bywater outing they got exactly what they wanted—all at once. Take a look inside the couple's home.
The super-prolific artist Brandan "Bmike" Odums has painted yet another mural, this time outside the Bywater warehouse currently housing his StudioBe, open through the summer. The mural depicts a real-life three-year-old and a poem by Cleo Wade.
Besides a prime Marigny location, this double shotgun that just hit the market boasts a spacious screened porch that has us dreaming of mosquito-free, outdoor hang-outs. The shotgun mixes an updated layout with historic details. Take a look inside.
Stateside, the upscale hostel planned for Bywater, got City Council's approval in a 6-1 vote today. With one dissenting vote from Councilman Jason Williams, the council granted a conditional-use permit to developer Ted Kelso for the project.
Stateside, an upscale hoste/hotel planned for Bywater, is heading to City Council this week after a "no" from the City Planning Commission. Besides shared and private rooms, Stateside plans to include a pool club, washateria, sundries shop and cafe.
This week you can choose from a hot pink Bywater shotgun with one bedroom, a two-bedroom industrial loft in the Lower Garden District, a very, very, very nice Uptown victorian, a French Quarter two-bedroom, or a brand new studio in the CBD.
Whether you want it as your antebellum dream home or to continue its business operations, the mansion-turned-b&b called Camellia Manor just got a price chop. When it hit the market in January it was asking $1,650,000, and now it's down to $1,350,000.
The Music Box started as a cluster of ramshackle houses doubling as musical instruments stationed in a Piety Lot, where weekly shows would attract huge crowds and notable guest musicians. The Music Box popped up again last year as a "roving village."
This cozy cottage in the Bywater packs a lot in its small space. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms; beautiful, warm wood accents; a good layout; and an adorable back patio with a tiny pool. Take a look inside this charmer asking $349,900.
Baker's Row, MK Red's eight-unit, townhouse-style condo development at the site of the old Hubig's Pie factory, is taking shape in Bywater. The firm has put the first unit on the market, as well as released renderings and other information.
Despite getting recommendation for approval from its staff, the City Planning Commission denied a conditional use permit for Stateside, an upscale hostel/hotel planned for Bywater, at is meeting yesterday. The CPC ultimately sided with neighbors.