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The second oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, situated next to and just downriver from the French Quarter, is the Faubourg Marigny. The first "suburb" of the French Quarter, it was developed by Bernard de Marigny in the early 1800s. (Faubourg is the French word for suburb.) Referred to simply as “The Marigny” by locals, this popular neighborhood has been transformed over the years, from residential to small business and industrial, and back again to residential. It’s got a funky, artsy vibe and is filled with beautifully restored Creole cottages, B&Bs, bars, restaurants, music venues, and historic landmarks like the St. Roch Market.

Bordered by Esplanade Avenue, St. Claude Avenue, Franklin Avenue and the

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Known as the "Big Easy" New Orleans is full of great neighborhoods. It's a very historic city with southern charm and some incredible neighborhoods. Listing the top five isn't easy as there are so many to choose from. However, here's a quick look at five of the absolute best neighborhoods to call home if you're moving to New Orleans.


Also known as the Uptown/Carrollton area, this neighborhood is found to the west of the very popular French Quarter. It's a very walkable area with plenty to offer. Grocery stores, schools, restaurants and local shops are found throughout. The schools are above average and the neighborhood has become a popular spot for families and other home buyers moving to New Orleans.

Central Business District

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