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Mid City Condo , 500 S. Jefferson Davis Parkway ,New Orleans La. 70119


500 S. Jefferson Davis Parkway

Mid City New Orleans,La. 70119

Top Floor Corner , Garage Parking

Reduced to $159,510

Lots of Updates

       This is a condo with lots of nice updates in the unit. New Kitchen that was opened up into the living area. Lots of nice windows in the corner unit on the top floor which is 3rd floor. The a/c’s are new and there are 2 very efficient ones. The owners electric bill is about $50 per month. One a/c is in bedroom and other is in living. The two rooms are large.


       The unit has garage parking which is easy to reach from the corner unit. The complex has 10 units and is managed by the owners and the fees are low for New Orleans Condos. There is a nice courtyard in front of the building across from the large neutral ground. It is an easy walk to Canal Street and Tulane Avenue. The Medical center is about a mile away down Canal Street and Tulane Avenue. You can catch the streetcar on Canal Street and get to a lot of places pretty quick. 


       Being in Mid City is unique as there are few condos in this area at this price. There is some great views day and night out the windows. You can walk all around the neighborhood and it is not far from Bayou St. John.


Mid City Condos in New Orleans


Mid City New Orleans Condo

Mid City New Orleans Condo

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Palm Terrace, A Mini New Orleans Neighborhood

Palm Terrace

New Orleans Mini Neighbrohood

Palm Terrace,St. Charles Avenue

Palm Terrace Street Sign

     A tiny Mediterranean Neighborhood between Marengo and Milan right off St. Charles Avenue.  It is only one block long. It was built in 1925.  There are about a dozen single story stucco homes on raised lots. They are Spanish Colonial Revival homes.


     This is one of a kind street and group of homes in New Orleans. It’s easy to spot on the streetcar line. Next time just hop off and take a walk back in history and wonder why the mini neighborhood was built. It is quite different that anything else in town…..

Palm Terrace,Crondolet Street

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Palm Terrace Home 2, New Orleans Home

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