A building boom from the 1960s through the 1980s shaped the modern skyline of New Orleans.
The home of famed Mid-Century Modern architect Albert Ledner is a modern marvel.
These lagniappe properties include a church dating to 1854, a renovated 1920s corner store, and a new urban infill development.
This shotgun home with a spacious side gallery marries a restored historic structure with a modern addition to the back.
Nicknamed “petite grande” by its owners, this camelback shotgun has a serene screened-in back porch and a large collection of family treasures.
Award-winning coffee roaster sets up shop in Algeirs Point
Tall ceilings, original wood floors, fireplaces, plaster medallions and a still-functioning pair of huge pocket doors all come together to transport visitors to another time.
A new wave of home and business owners are investing in Old Algiers.
This charming shotgun house demonstrates an evolution of architectural styles and boasts a beautifully-landscaped back yard.
Built after the great fire of 1895, this beautiful double-shotgun in Algiers Point is adorned with hand-carved millwork, beautiful wood flooring and original solid wood doors.
Historic Meyer’s Bakery buildings transformed for residential use.