New Orleans, LA Condos For Sale

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LATTER & BLUM - Historic Districts
604 Esplanade Ave Unit 103A
For Sale

$215,000

604 Esplanade Ave Unit 103A

  • 3Beds
  • 3Baths
  • 1854SqFt
Snap Realty
NEW
For Sale

$420,000

1754 Jackson Ave Unit 1754

  • 2Beds
  • 2Baths
  • 1326SqFt
Rêve | Realtors
NEW
For Sale

$220,000

1004 Governor Nicholls St Apt G

  • 0Bed
  • 1Bath
  • 414SqFt
McEnery Residential
NEW
For Sale

$745,000

404 Notre Dame St Apt 15

  • 2Beds
  • 2Baths
  • 1918SqFt
Rêve | Realtors
NEW
For Sale

$214,900

3300 St Charles Ave Apt 2

  • 0Bed
  • 1Bath
  • 415SqFt
LATTER & BLUM - Historic Districts
For Sale

$179,900

1014 Esplanade Ave Unit 10

  • 1Bed
  • 1Bath
  • 637SqFt
LATTER & BLUM - Slidell
NEW
For Sale

$84,900

8022 Ebbtide Ct

  • 2Beds
  • 3Baths
  • 1456SqFt
LATTER & BLUM - Garden District
NEWOPEN HOUSE 6/15
For Sale

$619,000

1230 Antonine St Unit 12

  • 3Beds
  • 4Baths
  • 1824SqFt
1 Percent Lists Legacy
For Sale

$153,199

54 Lake Breeze Dr Unit 54

  • 1Bed
  • 3Baths
  • 1325SqFt
LATTER & BLUM - Garden District
For Sale

$17,500,000

2 Canal St Unit 3002

  • 4Beds
  • 6Baths
  • 4302SqFt
LATTER & BLUM - Historic Districts
For Sale

$125,000

620 Decatur St Apt P

  • 1Bed
  • 1Bath
  • 841SqFt
Homesmart Realty South
NEW
For Sale

$443,000

239 Stafford Pl

  • 3Beds
  • 3Baths
  • 2720SqFt
Epique Realty
NEW
For Sale

$1,000,000

1111 Tulane Ave Apt 508

  • 4Beds
  • 2Baths
  • 1556SqFt
EXP Realty, LLC
NEW
For Sale

$685,000

731 St Charles Ave Apt 304

  • 2Beds
  • 2Baths
  • 1090SqFt
Rêve | Realtors
NEW
For Sale

$279,000

333 Julia St Apt 410

  • 1Bed
  • 1Bath
  • 667SqFt
Coldwell Banker TEC - New Orleans Uptown
For Sale

$764,000

2738 Saint Charles Ave

  • 3Beds
  • 4Baths
  • 2640SqFt
Coldwell Banker TEC - New Orleans Uptown
NEW
For Sale

$399,000

828 St Charles Ave Unit 5

  • 1Bed
  • 1Bath
  • 677SqFt
Welcome Home NOLA, LLC
For Sale

$298,000

431 Royal St Apt 7

  • 1Bed
  • 1Bath
  • 711SqFt
French Quarter Realty
For Sale

$360,000

1020 Esplanade Ave Apt 213

  • 2Beds
  • 2Baths
  • 1446SqFt
United Real Estate Partners Llc
For Sale

$239,000

700 Commerce St Apt 212

  • 2Beds
  • 2Baths
  • 814SqFt
Rêve | Realtors
For Sale

$160,000

318 Lake Marina Ave Apt 312

  • 2Beds
  • 2Baths
  • 900SqFt
LATTER & BLUM - Historic Districts
NEW
For Sale

$959,000

1140 Decatur St Apt 4

  • 2Beds
  • 3Baths
  • 1851SqFt
CENTURY 21 Action Realty
For Sale

$750,000

920 Poeyfarre St Unit 102

  • 2Beds
  • 3Baths
  • 1795SqFt

High-rise Living in New Orleans, LA

Living in New Orleans offers different living styles for everyone. The French Quarter is the most widely-known neighborhood, and in it you'll find townhomes, historical houses and condos. But living there comes with its own set of issues. It's the oldest and most-visited part of New Orleans, and the revelers and tourists both add to and detract from the quality of life in the neighborhood. Another popular neighborhood is the Garden District, which is full of older historical homes. If you're looking for high-rise condo living you'll most likely find it in the central business district which is in and around the downtown area.

History of New Orleans

Founded in 1718 as Nouvelle-Orleans by the French Mississippi Company, the inhabitants of the land named it after a French duke. The Spanish gained control of the land, but in 1801 the French regained control. The United States bought the land in 1803 from Napoleon as a part of the Louisiana Purchase. Plantations surrounding the city provided an abundance of sugar and cotton, and many of these historical sites are still available for visitation today.

About New Orleans, LA

New Orleans is a major United States port city and historically the largest city in Louisiana. Its status as a world-famous tourist destination is due in part to its architecture, music, cuisine, its annual Mardi Gras, and other celebrations and festivals. Once the largest city in Louisiana, it's population declined and it became the second most populous city in the state, after Baton Rouge, as residents fled the onset of Hurricane Katrina. Recent estimates, however, show the city's population steadily returning to its pre-Hurricane Katrina level. It still remains the largest metropolitan area in the state.

The city attracts thousands of tourists each year, especially to the French Quarter and Bourbon Street in February for Mardi Gras. The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival is another big draw. Nightlife, restaurants and music draw a young crowd throughout the week. Architectural and historical sites both draw families, couples and even solo travelers to St. Charles Avenue or Magazine Street. The above-ground tombs in local cemeteries, Audubon Zoo, and botanical garden are also popular attractions. The Superdome is home to the Saints, which is currently the only professional sports team in New Orleans and as such their games draw huge crowds. There are several well-known schools surrounding New Orleans, including Tulane University, which was established in 1834, and Loyola University, which was founded in 1912. University of New Orleans is a public research college as well. One of the many reasons parents choose New Orleans is that the city’s public school systems allows parents to choose the schools their children attend.

New Orleans' tallest building is the 51-story One Shell Square. New Orleans is now entering what could become a large downtown residential building boom, with multiple high-rise towers already planned for the city.

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Magazine Place

  • 3Floors
  • 52Units
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  • 1921Year

The Sugar Plantation

  • 3Floors
  • 43Units
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  • 1895Year

425 Notre Dame

  • 8Floors
  • -Unit
  • 103Feet
  • 2014Year

Western Union Telegraph Building

  • 4Floors
  • 33Units
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Federal Fibre Mills

  • 5Floors
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  • -Foot
  • 1907Year

625 Saint Charles

  • 12Floors
  • 39Units
  • 175Feet
  • 2002Year

One River Place

  • 14Floors
  • -Unit
  • 180Feet
  • 1989Year

The Lofts

  • 4Floors
  • 24Units
  • -Foot
  • 1910Year

333 Girod Street

  • 4Floors
  • 19Units
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Paragon Lofts

  • 3Floors
  • -Unit
  • -Foot
  • 1905Year

Cotton Mill

  • 3Floors
  • 270Units
  • -Foot
  • 1882Year

Gallery Row

  • 4Floors
  • 48Units
  • -Foot
  • 1914Year