French Quarter, Marigny & Bywater Multi-Family| New Orleans, LA | Jean Hunn 504-232-3570
The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré, is the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans. The district is a National Historic Landmark and is bordered by popular streets, such as Canal Street, Decatur Street, Rampart Street and Esplanade Avenue. From antiques and books to clothing and accessories, the French Quarter is full of boutique shopping. One can browse the treasure trove at the French Market, once a 1920’s Italian market, dance the night away to soulful jazz and zydeco music at one of our city’s world-famous music halls, and explore the distinct neighborhoods and eclectic architecture New Orleans is known for. The French Quarter has amazing real estate, great for residential and investment property.
The Faubourg Marigny and Bywater developed as New Orleans’ second suburbs in 1806 and were given the first historic zoning since the Vieux Carré. Beautiful Creole and Classic Revival cottages that stood abandoned after residents left for the suburbs in the 1950s have been restored and painted in rich golds, brick reds and moss greens. Historic banks, corner stores and even bakeries have been refurbished as homes and guesthouses, while riverfront warehouses now accommodate artists' studios and performance spaces. Weekends bring shoppers to independent galleries and rummage stores in lower Marigny. The restaurants and jazz clubs of the Marigny Triangle draw people from everywhere. Just across Esplanade Avenue, near Frenchman st., this musical enclave is an experience you will not find anywhere else in the city.
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