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  • Gretna LA

    Gretna LA

    Clocking in at less than 5 square miles, the little city of Gretna LA has a lot to offer residents. Dedicated police department, city council and mayor Charming historic architecture…

  • Holy Cross

    Holy Cross

    About Holy Cross Years from now, new residents will wonder how the Holy Cross neighborhood got it’s name, since the school that gave rise to the moniker has relocated to…

  • Milan

    Milan

    Centrally located between St. Charles Avenue and S. Claiborne Avenue, the Milan New Orleans neighborhood is remarkably affordable given the location. We’ve seen prices on the rise in the last…

  • Pontchartrain Park

    Pontchartrain Park

    Pontchartrain Park New Orleans Located in the easternmost part of Gentilly, Pontchartrain Park was originally developed post WWII as a suburban subdivision for middle class African Americans. The streets in…

  • Terrytown LA

    Terrytown LA

    Terrytown LA Located on the West Bank of the Mississippi River, Terrytown is a part of Jefferson Parish. Sandwiched in between Algiers and Gretna, this New Orleans suburb was developed…

  • Central City

    Central City

    Central City Neighborhood Originally designed by Barthelemy Lafon in 1809, Central City became a historic district in 1982 based on the significance of the Italianate, Greek Revival and Queen Anne…

  • Broadmoor

    Broadmoor

    Broadmoor – New Orleans Broadmoor is a centrally located neighborhood in New Orleans, stretching north from S. Claiborne between Nashville and Washington streets. Settlement in the area started in the 1920s, which…

  • Gentilly

    Gentilly

    Gentilly covers a pretty big section of New Orleans, loosely bounded on the south by I-610 and I-10, on the west by City Park, on the east by the Industrial…

  • Algiers

    Algiers

    About Algiers The only part of the city of New Orleans that’s on the West Bank of the Mississippi River, Algiers has a long and storied history dating back to…

  • Algiers Point

    Algiers Point

    The second oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, Algiers Point is filled with historic architecture and walkable streets. A tight knit community, you’ll find corner coffee shops, parks, playgrounds, pubs, grocers,…

  • French Quarter

    French Quarter

    The oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, the French Quarter or Vieux Carre, hugs the banks of the Mississippi River as it winds through the Crescent City. Chosen for its strategic…

  • Garden District

    Garden District

    Developed in the early 1800s, the Garden District became home to some of the most spectacular examples of Southern Antebellum architecture, as Americans eager to leave the French Quarter created…

  • Irish Channel

    Irish Channel

    From it’s roots as a working, middle class community to the current explosion of renovation and restoration in the neighborhood, the Irish Channel is one of those quintessential New Orleans neighborhoods.…

  • Lakefront

    Lakefront

      Hugging the south shore of Lake Pontchartrain, New Orleans Lakefront neighborhoods are filled with custom-built homes ranging from the mid $300s to over $1 million, including some excellent examples…

  • Lakeview

    Lakeview

    Lakeview is one of the hottest neighborhoods in New Orleans. The location is fantastic, just minutes from the Lakefront, marina and yacht clubs, close to City Park and with easy…

  • Old Jefferson

    Old Jefferson

    An unincorporated area of Jefferson Parish, Old Jefferson is a quiet little gem of a neighborhood filled with raised cottages and ranch style homes on larger lots. Tucked in between New…

  • Treme

    Treme

    About Treme Treme was established in 1810 as the first subdivision in New Orleans. Created from a portion of the Morand-Moreau plantation, it was sold by Claude Treme to the…

  • Uptown

    Uptown

    Uptown New Orleans has some of the most beautiful residential architecture – typical New Orleans designs such as shotguns, Creole cottages, townhouses and more can be found on the streets…