New Orleans Neighborhoods
If you’ve never ventured over to the West Bank, you might be surprised at what you’re missing in your New Orleans home search. Much more affordable than the East Bank, and with a more suburban and laid back atmosphere, the Algiers New Orleans neighborhood is home to the largest number of traditional subdivisions in the city of New Orleans. Much of newere Algiers was built in the 1960s and 1970s, with the proliferation of the so-called “executive home”. Many of the oil field execs called this area home because it provides easy access to the downtown offices that they flocked to every day. Over the years, these subdivisions have matured with tree lined streets and a much more diverse population than in the past. Traditional architecture like Colonials, Georgians, and ranchers are the norm.
But you don’t have to give up your dream of historic architecture or a turn of the century home. Algiers Point, the second oldest New Orleans neighborhood, has an amazing and diverse selection of homes set right into a walkable community nestled close to the Mississippi River. They also have an active neighborhood association because this is definitely on of those places where everybody knows your name.
Algiers Neighborhood Video
Algiers Real Estate
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