The city of New Orleans is on its way to celebrating 300 years of existence, and the neighborhood of Treme is not too far behind. On Oct. 1-3, Tremé will celebrate 175 years of being a neighborhood. The fall festival is free and open to the public.
This renovated camelback in Treme hit the market in August at $799,000. After a price cut, it’s down to $765,000. One of the biggest assets of this property is that it comes with a spacious guesthouse, with its own full kitchen and separate entrance.
The Advocate reports some federal tax credits will bring affordable housing to 30 families in the Treme-Lafitte area. Sixteen single-family homes and duplexes will be built or revamped in the area surrounding the old Iberville public housing complex.
This renovated home in Treme just hit the market, and it comes with a spacious guest suite in the camelback that could serve as an income-producer. The 3,144 square-foot home is filled with beautiful details, including high ceilings and wood floors.
A tornado ripped through the Treme neighborhood yesterday, blowing down old buildings and scattering property. It destroyed or damaged about six buildings in all in the Treme neighborhood. Read on for Instagram photos of the tornado.
The price is down on this grand Greek Revival-style American townhouse that hit the market in Treme in March. Originally going for $1,850,000, this historic beauty can be yours for $1,795,000. Boasts ceiling medallions and gorgeous crown molding.
Two years after a massive restoration, the historic Carver Theater in Treme is on the market for $5.5 million. After an $11 million restoration, the Carver opened in April 2014. The theater's current owner wants to "pass the torch" to someone else.
Built in 1855, this townhouse in Treme has a storied history, from its origins as the home of a free woman of color, to its recent history as a filming spot for New Orleans-shot TV shows. Take a look inside this old, lovingly pieced together home.