New Orleans, LA Real Estate News

By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
The Gallery Row Condos. 448 Julia Street, New Orleans  70130New Orleans Warehouse District The Gated entrance to the Gallery Row Condos     The Gallery Row Condos are in the center of the New Orleans Warehouse close to Magazine Street and next door to the Childerns Museum on Julia Street. The 48 units are in three different building. The first floor is commercial condos used as art galleries, the lobby and garage parking. There is an additional lot on Magazine Street. Almost all the condos have parking.      With the condos in three different building you are going to have several different looks.  The two older building are the front two and are going to have the warehouse feel of higher ceilings,larger windows,exposed brick and beams.  The units in the back were built much later.     ...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
French Quarter Condos and Balconies       French Quarter Balconies are one of the most sought out features of condos in the New Orleans French Quarter Condo Market.  The numbers do not show up in the square footage prices but they are worth thousands of dollars.  Its the feel and views to have a street balcony that tops the list. There are 2 types of balconies...The Gallery and a standard balcony. Many times they are just grouped togeather.       A Gallery is connected to the ground which allows them to be larger and have roofs. They are supported by columns and can be as high as three stories. Just open your window and hop out. Most condo units that face the street do not have doors to get out. Just crawl out the window.  Many of the interior balconies do have french doors to exit tha...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Esplanade AvenueSouthern Border of QuarterNew Orleans French Quarter     Esplanade Avenue is the dividing line between the French Quarter and the Marigny. The upriver side is the French Quarter. Its an easy walk will lots of history and colorful buildings.The New Orleans Mint on Esplanade Avenue Marigny Side of Esplanade AvenueColorful Side of StreetMarigny Side of Esplanade AvenueColorful Side of StreetMarigny Side of Esplanade AvenueColorful Side of Street
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Royal Street WalkNew Orleans French Quarter     Royal Street is one of the oldest streets in the City of New Orleans. It was established and named in the French Colonial Era. Royal Street runs through the French Quarter from Canal Street to Esplanade Avenue.  The street keeps running through to the Bywater Neighborhood. It is a great street to walk about. So many historic things to see. I like it since it is free to enjoy! Royal Street Corners, So Unique    Eats and Drinks of Royal Street
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
 New Orleans Warehouse District Famous DestinationsPlaces People Come to Visit !      There are many place in the New Orleans Warehouse District that are destinations for Business,Sports and Pleasure. That is what makes the area more and more popular. There are more hotel rooms in the neighborhood than any other neighborhood because of this.      You can easily walk to all the destinations and that is one of the great features of the area. If you want a second home in the area there is no need for a car. Take the streetcar. Its an easy walk to the Historic French Quarter and Lower Garden District.       These are some of the many reason people buy second homes in the Warehouse District Neighborhood. It's an easy walk to many places for all the family.   The Convention is next to the Mis...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Royal Street WalkNew Orleans French Quarter     Royal Street is one of the oldest streets in the City of New Orleans. It was established and named in the French Colonial Era. Royal Street runs through the French Quarter from Canal Street to Esplanade Avenue.  The street keeps running through to the Bywater Neighborhood. It is a great street to walk about. So many historic things to see. I like it since it is free to enjoy! Royal Street Corners, So Unique         
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Jackson Square New Orleans French Quarter Easy Walk from Your French Quarter Condo  Andrew Jackson Statue Erected in 1857 St. Louis Cathedral Muriel’s Plaza D Armas Dates back to 1762  Pontable Apartments and Shops Jackson Square Artwork and Artist  “Artist Hang Artwork on Wrought Iron Fences” The Cabildo at Jackson Square The Presbytere at Jackson Square Street Music at Jackson Square The Lucky Dog Cart at Jackson Square  rchr
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Krewe of Rex Parade Feb. 26,2020 Watched on Napoleon Avenue for 30 plus years         Free Views of very great parades during Mardi Gras. Great things for second home condo owners to do with family and friends. I have watched this parade with my kids for about 35 years ago on Napoleon Avenue. Great to bring chairs and eats to watch the parades and marchers for 3-5 hours. There are more families that watch the parades this century.             A Variety of marchers and bands between the floats. There are different floats each and every year with a few the same ones. Music and Colorful Views every few minutes.            
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Magazine Street, New Orleans       There are so many condos in New Orleans that are within easy walking distance of Magazine.  People like to walk around to shop, eat and drink. Its worth looking at for full time and second homers as their is so much to do in the area.  Lets take a look...           I have sold about 9-10  condos in this neighborhood which is about 6 blocks long. . Like to show the Neighborhood like this on a blog. It is great to do with second homers and new local persons..       The Magazine Street Experience      Magazine Street is almost 5 miles from Canal Street to Audubon Park. Magazine Street runs through Audubon Park as it nears the River Road by the Mississippi River. This is how shopping was before the malls came to town.  Magazine Street in the Warehouse Dis...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
                                      The Krauss Condos                                       1201 Canal Street                             Edge of the French Quarter                        New Orleans Warehouse District       The Krauss Condos were converted into condos in 2008. The six story build was a former department store and storage building. The 233 units in the building were split between sale and rentals until 2015 when the rental units began to be sold in the front of the building.        You are a block away from The French Quarter. Several blocks away from the new University Medical Center, The New VA hosiptal, LSU and Tulane Medical Schools. You overlook the Saenger Theather and the Canal Streetcar line which can take you to the Mississippi River, City Park, and to the en...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
                    New Orleans, La. 70115                St. Charles Gardens Complex            Lots of Amenities for Condo Complex         The condo #713 is on the top floor one unit from the corner. Two Bedrooms and Two Baths with 950 sq. ft. of living. The unit has a balcony and 2 master bedroom windows with some great views. The balcony has seats and great views. It is an easy walk to both elevators and 20 ft. to trash dump. It has assigned parking spot #44 near the building.      The unit has all nice wood floors and no carpet. There is a hall bathroom and laundry in second bedroom. The kitchen and living room is very open and feels large 13x22. The open kitchen has nice counters and cabinets.  There is a large hall bathroom with tub. The Master bath has a shower.     Many recent ...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
When Looking for a NOLA CondoNeighborhood?Price?  Size?  Bedrooms? Baths?Complex with AmenitiesViews of Streets, Parking?      Once I know what you are looking I can pick eaily the best 5 that meets your needs. Once we talk about it it is easier to get the top 3 units.     I can set you up on a watch list that will let you know the new listings under contract and sold with prices. This gets us your desires.     Many times looking for condos for students it is also good to know how long it would take to Medical School or to UNO , Tulane and Loyola.      Sitting down with a client is best way to start with their desires. There May be some neighborhoods they do not know about. The zip codes are on the maps but we can set the neighborhood maps up. 
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
 The Bywater Neighborhood New Orleans Colorful Bywater Artistic HomesSo Many Colorful Homes and BracketsThe Walk To Crescent Park from Chartres StreetThe Mississippi River Looking Towards DowntownElizabeth's Eats and Drinks on Gallier and ChartresThe Country Club Eats,Drinks & Swims, Louisa Street The Joint in Bywater, Great PorkWorld War I Monument on Burgundy Street in Bywater My High School, Then Francis T. Nicholls High at 3820 St. Claude
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
1765 Coliseum Condos Coliseum Place Condos New Orleans,70130 Lower Garden DistrictConverted into Condos 2018-2019     The apartments are being converted into Condos in 2018 and 2019. The location is great. The first floor is mostly parking outside the lobby. There is an elevator in the front lobby and another in the back of the parking spaces.      There are 72 units in the complex. The one bedrooms are 655 sq.ft. of living with open floor plans. The two bedroom and two baths are 956 sq. ft. of living. Open the door of the unit and you are outside overlooking the pool & courtyard.There are covered walkways to the stairs and elevators.The building is 4 stories. The top units have high ceilings and make those units feel larger on the 4th floor.      The condo fees are moderate. The one be...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
                                                                   Know How to Value Your Condo !                                          More than Just the Size of Unit                                                                                      Buyers want certain things these days that add to the increased desire for a New Orleans Condo. Much more than just the size of the condo. 1. Parking Spots have become more valuable over the last 10 years. Garage Parking and Gated parking by the complex is valuable. Easily worth 30k to 40k.  2. City Views and Windows in most of the rooms. Buyers like to view street and parts of the city. Much more than units that lookout over roofs or atriums. Views of Courtyards are also a plus. 3. High Ceiling Matter as it makes the unit feel and loo...
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By Dirk Danos CPA CTRS, Protecting taxpayer rights by finding affordable s
(Tax Crisis Rescue )
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By Jason Will, Jason Will Real Estate
(Jason Will Real Estate)
  What is Impact Agent U Conference?   IMPACT Agent University Conference is the most impactful real estate conference of 2019! Founded by agents for agents, this is not about creatig a real estate conference but rather about buidling an intentional community. On Thursday and Friday, we are going to immerse ourselves in learning and networking, come the weekend we'll be building lasting friendships while enjoying the sounds and flavors of French Quarter Fest!   For a limited time only both standard and VIP tickets are buy one, get one free, all you need is the BOGO code!   Follow this link to get two tickets for the price of one - impactagentuniversity.com   Where is Impact Agent U Conference?   Join us in New Orleans at the fabulous Riverwalk district hotel, the Hilton Riverside.  Whe...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
     Celebration in Oaks at City Park                    Another NOLA Christmas Fest                New Orleans Holiday Celebrations      The Celebration in the Oaks is a great place for the family to enjoy the Christmas holiday in New Orleans Area. This is in City Park in the Botantical Gardens, Storyland and plenty of lights spread throughout the park. People who have second homes in New Orleans should have this fest on their bucket list. Great walk at night with thousands of lights. Thanks You City Park for putting the Celebration for the public.  
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
St. Roch Cemetery Bywater-Marigny New Orleans Historic Homes for the Dead                                        St. Roch Cemetery was founded by Reverend P.L. Thevis in 1874. During one of New Orleans’ Yellow Fever outbreaks, the patron saint of protection from epidemics, Saint Roch, was prayed to and was asked to protect the people of New Orleans during this epidemic. When nobody from the Reverend’s Church died of Yellow Fever, Thevis founded this Cemetery, as part of his promise to Saint Roch. He promised that if Saint Roch would keep his people safe, he would build a chapel to Saint Roch. This Chapel is now inside of St. Roch Cemetery. 
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By Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker
(Crescent City Living LLC)
Heather Shields REALTORHeather Shields has over 20 years of professional experience; her background and strengths include: project management, sales, strategic planning, negotiations, fiscal management, human resources, and unofficial life counseling. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.  But enough of the stuffy stuff... Once she arrived in New Orleans, Heather began working on the renovation of her Algiers Point home. In the subsequent years, she's become an expert in choosing finishes and decor (if you saw her house, you'd swoon!) and picked up her real estate license along the way. It's the details that she notices that make her such an excellent agent. Nothing gets past her eagle eye for perfection, whether it's i...
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