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4254 Maple Leaf Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70131
150
From $840
Updated 3 hours ago
Fresh
(504) 708-5177

925 Common Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
$1245–$2500
Studio$1245–$1345 1 unit available now
1 Bed$1249–$1800 4 units available now
2 Beds$2230–$2500
(844) 687-9713

1500 Lorene Drive, Harvey, Louisiana 70058
(504) 300-0580

4254 Maple Leaf Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70131
From $840
Updated 3 hours ago
Fresh
(504) 708-5177

2700 Whitney Avenue, Harvey, Louisiana 70058
From $760
Updated 5 days ago
(504) 930-3039

1111 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
$1165–$11610
Studio$1165
1 Bed$1299–$5840 1 unit available now
2 Beds$2885–$11610
(504) 684-2754

144 Elk Place, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
$1250–$3870
1 Bed$1250–$1860 1 unit available now
2 Beds$1795–$2395 4 units available now
(504) 579-8804

10150 Jefferson Hwy, River Ridge, Louisiana 70123
$790–$1190
1 Bed$790–$900
2 Beds$1015–$1190
(504) 300-0590

1215 Louisiana Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
$1550–$2750
1 Bed$1550–$1750
2 Beds$2100–$2750
Updated 1 week ago
(504) 322-7846

2000 Lakeshore Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70148
College
To $699
1 BedTo$699
2 BedsTo$645
4 BedsTo$505
Updated 4 days ago
(504) 300-0640

10950 Jefferson Hwy, River Ridge, Louisiana 70123
$700–$1025
1 Bed$700–$780
2 Beds$935–$1025
(504) 655-9327

5000 Woodland Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70131
$624–$1395
Studio$624–$721
1 Bed$628–$980
2 Beds$810–$1395
Updated 3 days ago
Featured
(504) 218-1555

7001 Martin Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70126
$675–$1100
1 Bed$675
2 Beds$800–$900
3 Beds$1100
(504) 708-5139

3601 Dante Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
$700–$1275
1 Bed$700–$750
2 Beds$850–$1075
3 Beds$1275
(504) 655-9315

3400 Kent Ave., Metairie, Louisiana 70006
From $780
1 BedFrom$780
2 BedsFrom$985
3 BedsFrom$1265
Updated 6 hours ago
Fresh
(504) 655-9329

615 Elmwood Park Blvd, River Ridge, Louisiana 70123
$1025–$1975
1 Bed$1025–$1770
2 Beds$1260–$1975
Updated 1 week ago
(504) 300-0648

520 Wall Blvd, Gretna, Louisiana 70056
$747–$986
Updated 6 days ago
(504) 218-1558

600 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
$1500–$5200
Studio$1500
1 Bed$2200–$3800
2 Beds$3800–$5200
(504) 264-9610

3700 Loyola Drive, Kenner, Louisiana 70065
$1015–$2130
1 Bed$1015–$1590
2 Beds$1370–$2130
Updated 6 hours ago
Fresh
(504) 405-3280

5819 Hickory Creek Road, River Ridge, Louisiana 70123
$880–$1455
1 Bed$880–$1365
2 Beds$1010–$1455
Updated 2 days ago
(504) 218-1556

2100 Sawmill Road, River Ridge, Louisiana 70123
$720–$1870
1 Bed$720–$1270
2 Beds$955–$1870
Updated 6 hours ago
Fresh
(504) 405-3241
All about

New Orleans, LA

Did you know? As part of the Louisiana Purchase, the city and its surrounding areas were sold to Napoleon Bonaparte during the early 19th century.

Overview of New Orleans

When you think of New Orleans, you probably immediately picture the "bon temps" of Mardi Gras, jazz and its famous cuisine that is like no other. However, as one of the busiest ports in the world, New Orleans is a big player in the maritime industry. The city is also home to Tulane University, which is considered one of the top research universities in the country.

Different Neighborhoods in New Orleans

Check out some of the different neighborhoods New Orleans has to offer.

  • French Quarter: Also known as "Vieux Carre," this section of the city is the most well known. Many of the buildings in this area date back to early 1800s, and Bourbon Street in this neighborhood is where many of the Mardi Gras activities occur.
  • Broadmoor: Located in the Uptown section of the city, Broadmoor is home to a Historic District with many historic buildings located here. This area of the city is known for being diverse in ethnicities.
  • Lakeview: This neighborhood is located near the Orleans Avenue Canal and close to Lake Pontchartrain. Houses in this area are mostly new construction due to the rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina. The neighborhood is also home to the Robert E. Smith Branch Library.
  • Mid-City: This largely residential area of the city is centrally located. It is home to the famous Canal Street, which is a main thoroughfare in the city and offers a number of historical buildings and restaurants. The neighborhood is known for the large number of shotgun houses located here.
  • Top Five New Orleans Adventures

  1. Check out live music at Preservation Hall: A famous musical venue dedicated to New Orleans jazz, come here if you want to absorb the city's lively music scene and spend the night dancing.
  2. Eat beignets and drink chicory coffee at Cafe Du Monde: A New Orleans staple with world-famous coffee and pastries, this should be your first stop.
  3. Feel the rhythm at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival: Also known as "Jazz Fest," the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival draws visitors from around the world with its wide variety of music offerings that include not only jazz but also native and international music also.
  4. Enjoy street food and local specialties: New Orleans is home to beignets, jambalaya, gumbo, pralines and Asian Yaka mein.
  5. Take a steamboat ride on the Mississippi River : The Natchez travels the length of New Orleans two times a day. Riders can enjoy an authentic steamboat experience, complete with a calliope.
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Tips For Renting InNew Orleans

  • The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in New Orleans is $1,136 a month.
  • The city's public transportation system offers four streetcar lines in addition to buses and numerous bicycle lanes on its streets to encourage bicycle ridership among its citizens.
  • Amtrak service and light rail are also available in the city.
  • Discover More About New Orleans »

Average Rent in New Orleans, LA

  • Studio: $961
  • 1 bedroom: $1286
  • 2 bedrooms: $1522
  • 3 bedrooms: $1672

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