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St. Claude Ave/Bywater FANTASTIC Commercial Property for Lease

    Fantastic commercial space available for rent on St. Claude in the historic Bywater neighborhood! This 100 year old, historic home has lots of original, charming details. Facing St. Claude, it features a large wrap around front porch as well as a front and side yard which could potentially be utilized as a …

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Historic Irish Channel Home

On Broker Tour 4/17 from 11:30am – 1:30pm

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Hidden Treasures!

This hidden treasure has been discovered at a current Urban Vision Renovation project. Original tongue and groove ceilings!!! And check out this beauty! Have you ever seen such a large jasmine tree? It’s incredible!    

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NEW Urban Vision Renovation Project!

Can you imagine what this house will look like when the Urban Vision Renovations team gets through with it???  I’m excited!

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From Blight to Beauty

From Blight to Beauty, 421 S. Telemachus sat lonely and abandoned for many years even before Hurricane Katrina.  Along with so much other Blight in the city it was an eyesore and a nuisance to surrounding neighbors. The property sat stagnate and dilapidated, it was mired in a succession consisting of 13 heirs and …

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Do Something GREEN

TIP Little efforts can yield big results. For example, if you turn your heat down just two degrees in the winter, you save 10% on your heating bill without sacrificing comfort.

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A. Botsay

Before the street was renamed after Gov. Francis T. Nicholls, it was Hospital Street for 180 years. And 516 Hospital St. was the residence and business of Alexander Botsay, a pioneer cigar box maker of the South. It was about 1860 that Botsay introduced the cigar box industry to New Orleans. Before that, cigar …

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Crescent City

The crescent that gave rise to our city’s nickname runs from Canal Street to Esplanade Avenue, across from Algiers Point. It hugs a sharp, crescent-shaped bend of the river, and the moniker became popular in the early 1800s. When Jean Baptiste Le Moyne Sieur de Bienville was looking for a place to build a …

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Home Performance Standards

ECOHOME 2012        Vision 2020BLOGGER NOTE: As the Greater New Orleans housing industry turns its eye toward more energy efficiency and high performance homes, it is valuable to know that there are existing and rapidly improving performance standards to guide the consumer. For more information log onto: EcoHomeMagazine.com/Vision-2020. Home Performance Standard Approved by ANSIANSI (The …

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