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Traditions, culture, and a whole lot of personality make The Big Easy a city you have to see to believe
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Few cities in America carry quite so much history and character as New Orleans. As one of the continent’s most important port cities for the better part of three centuries, the Crescent City has always been a magnet for international influence, with people from across the world passing through and leaving their mark. The result is the New Orleans we see today, with three hundred years of music, food, art, architecture, and traditions from around the globe mixing into something completely unique. The entertainment and nightlife extend far outside of the infamous Bourbon Street, with hundreds of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, theaters, and other attractions that are often even more popular among locals than tourists. From a practical standpoint, New Orleans is an attractive option for everyone from corporate professionals to college students to bohemian artists. The cost of living is low, and rentals tend to be very affordable, even in the more popular districts. An enormous number of houses, apartments, and condos are in historic buildings, allowing the spirit of the city’s past to come alive even if you’re just sitting at home. The city’s streetcars are more than just historic remnants kept in place for tourists – thousands of locals ride the streetcars every day to get to work, school, or just to run errands.
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The St. Louis Cathedral is the nation's oldest, built in 1789
Mardi Gras is a two-week party
The iconic French Quarter
As of September 2018, the average apartment rent in New Orleans, LA is $903 for a studio, $1,040 for one bedroom, $1,226 for two bedrooms, and $1,390 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in New Orleans has increased by 1.8% in the past year.
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Top 10 Apartments in New Orleans
- 925 Common, Studio - 2 Bed, $1,245 - 2,380
- The Paramount at South Market, 1-2 Bed, $1,465 - 3,400
- The Georgian, Studio - 2 Bed, $988 - 2,473
- Forest Isle, Studio - 2 Bed, $650 - 1,395
- The Strand, 1-2 Bed, $1,524 - 4,358
- Woodward, 1-2 Bed, $1,250 - 2,950
- Bienville Basin, 1-2 Bed, $1,095 - 2,000
- DH Holmes, 1-3 Bed, $1,290 - 5,155
- Hibernia Tower, 1-2 Bed, $1,353 - 3,361
- The Annex, 1-3 Bed, $1,885 - 6,500
Living in New Orleans
Home to the oldest continuously running streetcar line in the world, the three lines that run throughout the city are fun, inexpensive ways to get from Point A to B - and everywhere else in between. Twenty-four hour a day cab services and regular, daily scheduled RTA buses are also on-call to take you from home to work to painting the town red any day of the week. However, New Orleans is a walker's and bike-rider's paradise, so make a point to get out there and soak up the cultural vibe for free as you get your much-needed cardiovascular exercise.
Magazine Street is New Orleans's premier shopping destination. This major thoroughfare - which meanders throughout the Uptown area - is home to the largest concentration of independently owned and chain retail establishments in the city. Here, you find an infinite mix of organic consumables, one-of-a-kind furnishings, clothing, knick knacks, and a vast assortment of bars, restaurants and seafood/meat markets.
The French Market - located on the edge of the French Quarter - is another shopping hot spot where you find unique, one-of-a-kind offerings from local artisans. The open-air market is also home to fresh fruit and vegetable vendors and the infamous Cafe Du Monde beignet and coffee house.
The Shops at Canal Place and the Riverwalk New Orleans - located in the CBD - are known for their fashion-forward clothing offerings and seasonal designer accessory collections.
Hotel Monteleone, Frenchmen Street, Superdome, Tulane campus, Audubon Park, Riverwalk, French Market, St. Charles streetcar, Jackson Square, Mississippi River Bridge, Aquarium of the Americas, Garden District homes, Bywater, One Eyed Jack’s
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