The French Quarter Neighborhood 

Marigny and Bywater Neighborhoods



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You can call Jackson the center of town and Louisiana at one time...
 
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Pirates Alley in the French Quarter

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Apartments above the many shops on Royal Street

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Hanging plants and baskets make balconies so special...

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Faurbourg Marigny, The Neighborhood
    Step across Esplanade Avenue from the French Quarter and you are in the Marigny. One side of the street is the French Quarter and the other is the Marigny. You tend to find less condos in this neighborhood but there are going to be a nice collection of them.  Most will be on Esplanade Avenue.  The area is going strong in the last ten years and the demand has picked up with each passing year.

    Plenty of historic homes, doubles and commercial buildings but not a lot of large building that could be turned into condos. The neighborhood is very walkable and no need to have a car to get to the French Quarter. Parking is easier. It's a very great area to walk and becoming a tourist and local meca for local bands, bars, and cool places....

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Old Corner Store on Burgundy being redone
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Night Clubs and Coffee Shops on Frenchman Street 
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Old Church Converted into a Home, New Orleans Recycles
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Colorful Homes dot every Street
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How about these colors for a Fauberg Marigny Home?
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St. Roch Market is across the street, Neighborhood Expanding...

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The Bywater Neighborhood of New Orleans

      As you move down River from the French Quarter and the Marigny you come to the Bywater Neighborhood of New Orleans. Its a neighborhood of small homes and doubles. Every now and then you have some larger homes. The Byater is the area between St. Claude and te Mississippi River.   

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Views of Downtown New Orleans From Byater Neighborhood
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Crescent Park Bridge to the Mississippi River...
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     The Crescent Park that hugs the riverfront in the Bywater neighborhood is a landscape design masterpiece that will provide comfortable outdoor recreation opportunities without forgetting the muscular industrial history of the New Orleans wharves. For those who hope to see the downriver New Orleans neighborhoods become more livable, without sacrificing the working class grit that defines that part of the Crescent City, the new park is a big plus.

     The 1.4-mile long, 20-acre linear strip that runs from Elysian Fields Avenue to Mazant Street, opened rather quietly on Monday (Feb. 24). On a sunny, chilly Thursday morning, a dozen runners, dog-walkers and yoga practitioners took advantage of the bracing riverfront breeze and gorgeous view. 

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A Neighborhood with a lot of double, That is the main style

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So many Vibrant Colors in the Bywater....

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Local Places to eat and drink, Its a neighborhood for walkers...

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A rare find in the Bywater is a single family home with yard....


Eric Bouler
Eric Bouler
Realtor