The Broadmoor New Orleans neighborhood was settled in the 1920s and that time frame is certainly reflected in the architectural styles that range from Craftsman to Tudor inspired cottages. The Broadmoor Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
Broadmoor has an active neighborhood improvement association that dates back to 1930. The neighbors of Broadmoor are involved, engaged, and passionate about the quality of life in their community. Attend one of their bi-monthly community meetings to get involved in your new neighborhood.
The Rosa Keller Library and Community Center is an anchor, offering affordable youth ballet classes, after school tutoring, music and cooking classes, and a wide variety of other tutoring, counseling, and workshops. Don’t miss the water garden that runs along South Broad!
Neighborhood events include EATmoor! (a food truck festival), and Movies in the Park at the library.
Dotted with small parks, filled with streets lined with trees, Broadmoor New Orleans is centrally located. It’s easy to get both Uptown and downtown from here, via either Napoleon Avenue or Broad Ave. Pop into El Pavo Real for tacos or Laurel Street Bakery for a quick lunch or some pastries. Head over to Claiborne Avenue for a wide assortment of national and local shopping options.