This is the first time it has ever hit the market
The film is being developed by creators of the mega-successful Conjuring series
It was once part of the Macarty Plantation
A walk-in closet, pergola, and oversized lot are a few highlights
Here is a growing map of the some of the most anticipated developments, constructions, and renovations happening throughout the city.
Because New Orleans has unique architecture, we can only expect that trend to spill over to its coffeeshops. Here are a few of our favorite shops around the city.
Homes for sale in Central City, Uptown, Gentilly,and Bywater
The asking price is $350K
A modern update to a classic New Orleans design
A restrained, elegant renovation preserved the pine heart floors, wainscoting, and cypress doors
The cheery abode has a guest house and a long history
The 19th-century dwelling received a high-tech update (which includes a retractable wall)
These 17 destinations—all walkable from the French Quarter or accessible on public transit—would make for a perfect riverfront excursion.
It’s awash in luxurious, stylish features and sits on a fenced double lot
Every New Orleans neighborhood has something worth seeing. Whether its the compact French Quarter or the lower 9th Ward, the city has monuments worth visiting and streets worth taking leisurely strolls.
Formerly slated for redevelopment as a retail space, the historic, long-vacant structure asks $445,000
The original millwork, wainscoting, and clawfoot tub are present in the renovated home
Homes in five neighborhoods—which one would you choose?
This circa-1909 single is beautifully preserved and relatively affordable, given the neighborhood
It’s a cute, colorful, and classic example of New Orleans architecture
Homes in five neighborhoods
Its large, grassy backyard is a rarity for the neighborhood
Renovated in 2014, the home marries period charm and up-to-date amenities
Krewe of Jingle and Krewe of Krampus kick off at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., respectively
The neighborhood is "full of cultural surprises," according to its writeup.
Graceful in its own right, this Victorian side hall contains a genuine work of art.
Brick fireplaces, exposed beams, and wood floors make it the perfect place to cozy up.
A six-alarm fire gutted the building in 2016.
It’s colorful, historic, and full of character—just like the neighborhood.
It’s being used for affordable artist studios...for now.
From Fontainebleau to Holy Cross
From a new construction in Gentilly to a Victorian side hall in Holy Cross
From a new construction in St. Roch to a historic Bywater double