The South Market District, a cluster of six new mixed-use buildings, has introduced plentiful living, dining and shopping options to a historic part of New Orleans’ downtown that had been long vacant.
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The aesthetic of architect Henry Hobson Richardson, a native Louisianan, had world-wide impact, including in New Orleans.
Although some examples of Mid-Century Modern architecture in New Orleans have been demolished, many examples remain intact.
While house-hopping this weekend, don’t forget to check out the other exciting features of this unique historic neighborhood.
Covered with a metal sheath for 60 years, the historic Pythian building has been uncovered, renewed, and enlivened.