My memory is muddy. What’s this river that I’m in?
With a suburban feel but a short drive to Mid-City, Downtown, or Uptown, Broadmoor residents feel like they live in the best part of New Orleans. Once a marsh that people would go fishing in, this neighborhood is now one of the most peaceful places to call home.
Architectural styles are reminiscent of the 1930s and ’40s, with loads of raised basement, duplexes, and Art & Crafts homes. A lone shotgun house can be found on each street, but Broadmoor is known for its larger homes.
This part of New Orleans has one of the most active community centers too. The Broadmoor Arts and Wellness Center is a place for social services, a food pantry, and counseling. You can also enroll your child in karate classes, take a hula-hooping class for yourself, and so much more.
Making a new friend won’t be a challenge here. Broadmoor residents welcome you with open arms. Meet one of them on the Napoleon walking trail today!
Lagniappe: In the 1920s, Bertucci Dairy Farm was located in Broadmoor.
Police station - 2nd District
Fire Station - Engine 38/Car 506
4940 Clara St.
In & Out Urgent Care
6225 S. Claiborne Ave.
Broadmoor Neighborhood Association
4325 S. Broad St.
Rosa F. Keller Library & Community Center
4300 S. Broad
Neighborhood Picks in Broadmoor
El Pavo Real
4401 S. Broad
Broadmoor Arts & Wellness Center
3900 Gen. Taylor