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The Lower Garden District Historic District is characterized by sidewalks bordered with leafy trees shading Greek Revival and Italianate mansions set back from the sidewalk behind ornamental fences of wood or cast iron. There are also plenty of singles, doubles…
Full of housing bargains
Homes hidden within gardens
Not just for tourists
The home of Jazz Fest
Noted for its history, architectural diversity and affordable homes, Bywater is thriving.
The drive down Carrollton Avenue winds past antebellum homes with graceful columns shoulder to shoulder with a variety of small businesses and a diversity of restaurants, churches and coffee shops all existing peacefully together.It’s a most pleasant ride to take…
This historically significant neighborhood has maintained a small-town feel.
A Little Community of Its Own
The University neighborhood, a small sliver of Uptown named for the various colleges and universities that exist within its boundaries, stretches along St. Charles Avenue roughly from Broadway to Calhoun streets.Its distinctive architecture ranges from the Gothic buildings of Tulane…
The elderly Creole gentleman dragged his desk and chair out of his apartment onto the banquette and began to answer his correspondence. Neighbors complained vehemently to the son that his father was sitting outdoors in his nightclothes.“I cannot see anymore,…
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