Lower Garden District Condos in New Orleans, The Historic Feel…

New Orleans Condos in the Lower Garden District

        The Lower Garden District is a great area for condos that have those historic qualities that many people are looking for in New Orleans.  Virtually all the condos in this area are conversions from historic homes, 4 plexes, doubles and double town homes.  Many date back to the 1850’s.  The transition was from old homes to apartments and then to condo complexs.  That is why most the complexs and associations are small and have that neighborhood feel.

      The location of the Lower Garden District is great between Magazine Street and St. Charles Ave.  The area is cheaper than the Warehouse District which is walking distance away.  Parking is generally not an issue.  Many units do come with parking but street parking is easy.  Jackson Ave is the edge of the Garden District where prices tend to rise once you cross the street. Most of the condos in this area are on Magazine Street.

     The Area is vary walkable as it is just not that large.  You can walk to the St. Charles Street Car line and to Magazine Street with all its shops and places to eat and drink.  Its mostly one of a kind shops that feature local antiques, cloths, gifts, crafts, art and much more.  Its a long walk but you can walk to the French Quarter or take a street car.  No need for a car everyday.

     The condos became more popular in this area in 2000-2004 when condos were hot in the New Orleans  market so the conversions are not that old.  It was easier for a developer to transform an apartment complex into condos. It is harder to go from an old home straight to condos.  It all depends on the developer and the extent he went to develope.  Some did  mainly cosmetic updates while some developers did a total redo.  Most of the condos fall within the two extremes.

Lower Garden District Map, New Orleans

     I will give you a brief description and address on as many of the condos in the area.  I have sold more in this area starting in 2010 as it has had some great choices at good prices.  If you are looking in the Warehouse District then this neighborhood is close and you just get more for your money.  My clients in this area have been second homers as well as clients buying for a primary residence.

Lower Garden District Statue

   Lower Garden District Condo Conversion

 1329 St. Andrews

    12 units converted from a townhouse double

Victorian Home is New Orleans, Lower Garden District

 1629 Coliseum

Converted from a large Victorian Home

Lower Garden District Conversions

Lower Garden District Home turned into New Orleans Condos

Morrison Mansion Condos on Coliseum

1860 Center Hall Home divided into 4 Condos

Lower Garden District Condos, Orange Steet, New Orleans 70130

1118 Orange Street Condos

8 Condos Condos on St. Andrews in New Orleans Lower Garden District

1326 St. Andrew

5 Condos

Condos on St. Mary in New Orleans Lower Garden District

1520 St. Mary Condos-8 condos

Camp Street Condo in Lower Garden District of New Orleans

1446 Camp Street- 6 Brand New Units

Camp Street Condos at 1544 Camp Street in New Orleans Lower Garden District

1544 Camp Street-10 Condos

Condos on St. Mary in New Orleans Lower Garden District

Lower Garden District Condo on Prytania Street

2033 Prytania Street

New Orleans Condos Lower Garden District Conversions

Historic Apartments on St. Andrews

Coliseum Square Condo in New Orleans

Condos Overlooking Coliseum Square

Mayfair Condos at 1783 Coliseum in Lower Garden District

1783 Coliseum Condos, The Mayfair Condos in New Orleans

 The Mayfair Condos at 1783 Coliseum Street


Coliseum Square is the Heart of the Lower Garden District

Coliseum Square In New Orelans, Fountain

Coliseum Square, Lower Garden District, New Orleans

Exercise Girls at Coliseum Square in New Orleans

Historic Homes and Buildings in

The Lower Garden District of New Orleans

New Orleans Cottage in Lower Garden District

Garden District Home, New Orleans Condos

Lower Garden District Home, Looks like a Plantation

Church in Lower Garden District

Lower Garden District Homes, Porches

Shopping on Magazine Street, Steps Away

Shopping in Lower Garden District on Magazine

Shopping on Magazine Street, Brio

Trashy Diva on Magazine Street...

Shopping on Magazine Street, Antiques

Shopping on Magazine, Shops are unique

Shopping on Magazine Street, Mayas

Shopping, Down the Hatch in Lower Garden District

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