New Orleans Area GuideNew Orleans is a multi-cultural city known for its rich heritage, tantalizing cuisine and its great contributions to the music industry. It is a world famous tourist destination drawing people in with the historical French Quarter, Mardi Gras celebrations and events such as The Louisiana Jazz & Heritage Festival. The Louisiana Jazz & Heritage Festival each spring is the other time when all the city's hotels are usually filled to capacity. "Jazz Fest" as it is called is one of the best music festivals in the nation, and features crowds coming from all over the world to experience a wonderful time including music, food, arts, crafts, and of course the Louisiana heat.
New Orleans is home of the Louisiana Superdome and the New Orleans Arena. Professional sports fans enjoy watching the New Orleans Saints and the New Orleans Hornets play in these venues. New Orleans is the home of the 2009 Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints. The "Who Dat Nation" Saints fans have endured over 40 years of mediocrity to reach the Championship of the NFL.
New Orleans Real Estate consists of numerous interesting neighborhoods and communities. Each and every area offers a different feel, sometimes subtle and sometimes dramatic. New Orleans Homes for Sale include Single Family Cottage Homes, Raised Frame Shotgun Homes, Victorian Style Homes, Arts & Crafts Architecture, French Quarter Homes, Acadian Homes, Greek Revival Homes, Louisiana Classical Homes, Luxury Condominiums, Plush St. Charles Avenue Mansions and Uptown Manor Homes just to name a few. The distinct flavor of each New Orleans Luxury Home neighborhoods can often only be experienced and not explained. You will see a breakdown of the New Orleans Communities we serve by looking through the Area Guide search sections of our website.
Living in a historically significant city offers a unique lifestyle not available when living in the suburbs. Numerous transportation options are available city wide with public transportation & streetcars on main thoroughfares. A compact geographic footprint provides for easy transportation and convenient commutes. Eclectic festivals, music, restaurants, outdoor activities and great food keep life busy and FUN in New Orleans! Our local cuisine is quite unique and influential. Local Creole and French Cuisines, include influences from French, Spanish, Italian, African, Native American, Cajun, and Cuban customs which combine to represent the truly exceptional flavors of New Orleans.
Housing experts are projecting that high rise vertical complexes will be the wave of the future in New Orleans development. Current multi story unit's account for approximately 2100 units, with future developments projected to bring that number to 4300 in the next few years.
New Orleans Real Estate consists of various sections including Uptown New Orleans, Mid City New Orleans, Warehouse Downtown New Orleans, Mid City New Orleans, Lakefront New Orleans, French Quarter New Orleans, Bywater New Orleans, Marigny New Orleans, Garden District New Orleans, Eastern New Orleans & Algiers New Orleans.