Mid-City is home to approximately 16,700 people who work in public administration, services and administrative professions. In case you need to expand your search for a new pad, even more apartments are available for rent in the nearby neighborhoods of Broadmoor Uptown and Dixon.
Living, Demographics and Costs
To help you make budgeting decisions, it's probably good to know that Mid-City's cost of living is about 142% higher than in nearby Broadmoor Uptown. On average a household in Mid-City spends $68.9K/year in total expenditures. Compare these expenses to those of Broadmoor Uptown, which come to around $28.5K/year.
The neighborhood of Broadmoor Uptown is somewhat different from Mid-City in terms of median age, although they are more comparable relative to household sizes and the number of households with children. The median age in Mid-City is 24, while in Broadmoor Uptown it's 19. In Mid-City, the average household size is 1.7 people, and it's 2.18 people in Broadmoor Uptown. Of households in Mid-City and Broadmoor Uptown, 23% and 30% have children, respectively.
At $98.7K, the average income level in Mid-City is significantly higher than that of Broadmoor Uptown's, which stands at $24.2K.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
ApartmentGuide.com has ratings and reviews to help you in your search for a new place. To give you a greater sense of the area, a couple important streets to know in Mid-City are Canal St. and Tulane Ave. These streets contain a larger share of services and amenities, including places to grab a bite and socialize, than other places in the area. Once you've done your homework on the area, be sure you use our apartment finder tool to complete your hunt for your next apartment in Mid-City.
Enjoy a tasty dinner at Little Tokyo and have cocktails afterward at Encore Nightclub. Residents can choose from either pizza or sandwiches. Wit's Inn and Beach Corner Lounge are only a couple of the nearby options for those looking to grab some drinks and unwind with friends. On top of that, chain and franchise restaurants like McDonald's and Burger King are to be found in the neighborhood.
It doesn't hurt to have a gym or a spa down the street. Mid-City has Nola Fitness and Velocity Sports Performance.
For a more comprehensive list of places to eat, drink and be merry in Mid-City, check out the Yelp page.
Mid-City has multiple grocery stores in the area, including Seven 7 Food Store and Adam Food Store, which are both located on Bienville St. Keep your taste buds on their toes with freshly baked goods from neighborhood bakeries. Blue Dot Donuts is in the area on Canal St. and Fancy Cakes is also in the area. On top of that, the neighborhood is home to a few more universally familiar grocer chain stores, such as Winn-Dixie and Albertsons.
The Mid-City area provides residents with numerous retail options, such as D Sixty 7 and Regal Store, where shoppers can quickly and easily find what they're looking for. For shoppers who like choice, Tulane Ave. is home to a mall with some big-name stores including Office Depot and Shops At Crescent Club.
Local School Statistics
The right school for your family can be hard to find, so for those looking to relocate to the neighborhood, consider schools in the Louisiana Recovery School District or the Louisiana Recovery School District. Some of the schools near the apartments in Mid-City are Jesuit High School, Jefferson Community School (Charter School) and St. John Lutheran School. As school district boundaries are not necessarily congruent with county lines, it's important to confer with local school district authorities to confirm that the apartments for rent you are most interested in are also served by the schools you prefer.
The Louisiana Recovery School District has 38 elementary schools, 39 middle schools and 17 high schools, and the ratio of students to teachers is more favorable than Louisiana Recovery School District. Louisiana Recovery School District also has a smaller population of students than Louisiana Recovery School District. Louisiana Recovery School District has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Louisiana Recovery School District.