It is the oldest neighborhood in the city with some buildings dating back to 1803. There is French, but mostly Spanish influence in architecture, which can be seen in the ornate wrought iron balconies. Several architectural styles are represented, but most notably early 19th century townhomes. Some have been converted to condos, but some remain single family homes. It is America’s most European city.
Oldest neighborhood in the city
Professionals and Artist alike
Wealth of entertainment and convenience
Walking the streets of the French Quarter genuinely feels like a journey back in time and across continents. The old-world charm of the architecture is the perfect compliment to the rich and lively local culture.
The French Quarter is a very tight neighborhood. Those who live there seem to be able to recognize their own kind, and gravitate to one another. There’s a lot of bonding over commiserative “only in the French Quarter” stories.
Thanks to the tightly woven fabric of New Orleans neighborhoods, it’s easy to find restaurants, bars, night clubs, dry cleaners, groceries, banks and pharmacies just a few blocks away from your house.
5918 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70115
Tel: (504) 327-5303
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