St Claude New Orleans
Tagged as the “New Marigny” by several real estate agents (to the chagrin of the people who call it home), the St Claude New Orleans neighborhood sits just above the Bywater and is also called the Upper 9th Ward.
There’s a wide range of housing available, from 100 year old to new construction cottages. Multi-family properties, aka doubles, are located throughout the neighborhood. You’ll also find doubles that have been converted to single family homes. Off street parking is available for the majority of homes, but there are some blocks where street parking is still the only option for owners.
Home to the Musicians’ Village and the Port Street Community Garden, you’ll find many churches scattered through the area. On the St. Claude Avenue end of the neighborhood, you’ll find several bars and restaurants, while the interior is mostly residential.
Home prices have crept up over the last couple of years, but most homes can still be purchased for less than $300,000, with some very affordable options under $200,000.
- Sneaky Pickle – farm fresh fare, with vegetarian and vegan food
- Junction Bar & Grill – gastropub with more than 40 beers on tap
- St. Coffee on St. Claude
- Ellis Marsalis Center for Music – music education and youth development
- Green Project – reclaimed building supplies and the perfect place to spot hard to find architectural details for a renovation