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! Today, we're looking at apartments renting around $1,400.
The end of May marks Memorial Day Weekend and the unofficial start of summer. An extended weekend is also the perfect time to delve into the festival season of New Orleans, or to simply enjoy some of the beautiful experiences the city has to offer.
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! Today, we're looking at apartments renting around $1,300.
For the past month, our friends at NeighborhoodX have evaluated home prices in New Orleans. This time around, the analytics and research firm is taking a global look at fifteen neighborhoods in the city.
This circa 1850s Bayou St. John home blends historic charm with some fantastic modern amenities, include a huge pool and deck in the backyard. The 3,059 square-foot home has wood floors, exposed beams, and a pretty staircase. Take a look inside.
Built in 1928, this renovated Victorian-style house has hit the market. The home is located in the heart of Faubourg St. John on North Gayoso Street. At 2,060 square feet, the house holds two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Take a look inside the home.
According to Mid-City Messenger, the Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association is opposing a townhouse development in the Fairgrounds neighborhood. The five townhouses are planned to go up at 1622 Sauvage St., the site of two blighted houses.
This sprawling contemporary home was actually two homes at one point; two sisters lived side by side. Eventually the homes were conjoined, and the combined space is a sprawling, window-filled abode that bends along the bayou. Take a look inside.
This Bayou St. John home offering oh-so many ways to be outside—take your pick from the courtyard, roof deck, or balcony—just got a price cut. It hit the market in June at $575,000, and now it’s down to $560,000. Take a look inside the Mid-City home.
It’s summertime, and the prices on many big-ticket homes on the market are dropping lower and lower. This fancy Bayou St. John camelback hit the market at $839,000, and after a second price chop is down to $749,000. How low will it go? Take a look.
In concert with the city’s "living with water" efforts, City Council yesterday voted to move forward on drainage projects in Bayou St. John, Central City, and Gentilly. The projects will pull from a $141 million federal grant for green infrastructure.
It’s less than a block away from Bayou St. John, but you can also take in the water view from a rooftop deck of this 1,571 square-foot home. Besides a roof deck there's also a balcony and a brick courtyard out front. So many ways to be outside here!
After its staff recommended approval last week, the City Planning Commission followed suit and OK’d Sidney Torres’ Lafitte Greenway mixed-use development at its meeting today. The planned residential and commercial community had "very few opponents."
A big project of maybe mayoral candidate Sidney Torres is heading to the City Planning Commission next week, and the planning staff has recommended approval for the development. Torres is planning a high-end, mixed-use development for Bayou St. John.
This so-renovated-it’s-almost-new Bayou St. John camelback popped up on the market at the end of May, asking $839,000 (which some of you thought was overpriced). Now the price is down to $795,000. With a backyard cabana, it's perfect for parties.
In January, a magnificent—albeit old and in need of updates—Bayou St. John center hall hit the market, boldly asking $3.8 million. Not long after chopping that asking price down to $2.9 million, the house recently sold for $2.5 million.
Last summer, Batman Sidney Torres IV announced his company was planning a high-end development for Bayou St. John near the Lafitte Greenway. Now plans are heading to the City Planning Commission later this month. Read more, and check out renderings.
Mid-City, which has a strong history of extreme space-claiming behavior ahead of big events, became the center of a social media firestorm when word got out that part of Bayou St. John had been fenced off ahead of this weekend's Bayou Boogaloo.