Downtown everything’s waiting for you
The CBD and Warehouse District neighborhoods of New Orleans were an actual place for manufacturing and warehousing. After many years of suppliers moving to other parishes, buildings were sitting empty. That is until the 1984 World’s Fair came along. That fair changed the landscape for the Warehouse District forever. Developers came in and began renovating these former industrious buildings into commercial units, restaurants, and condos.
The great thing about living in the CBD or the Warehouse District is that you probably don’t have to travel far for work. Wine bars, high-end eateries, art galleries, and tons of festivals are within your reach.
Condos will likely have to be your residence of choice, as it is extremely rare to find a single-family home here. More and more condo buildings, with extravagant amenities to boot, are popping up every day. Warehouse District condos can fit into many types of budgets and lifestyles.
Lagniappe: Now a mixed-use neighborhood, the CBD was originally developed as the largely-residential Faubourg Ste. Marie.
Average Home Prices in CBD, Warehouse District (Updated: 05/16/2023)
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Wednesday at the Square
Essence Festival : 06/29/2023
White Linen Night : 08/05/2023
Art For Art's Sake : 10/07/2023
Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival : 10/13/2023
Boudin, Bourbon & Beer Festival : 11/03/2023
Luna Fete : 12/07/2023
CBD, Warehouse District Essentials
Police station - 8th District
334 Royal St.
Fire Station - SQURT 14
200 S. Robertson
Fire Station - Squad 02 Rescue 02
801 Girod St.
Concentra Urgent Care
Warehouse District Neighborhood Association
925 Poeyfarre Ste. 1
Neighborhood Picks in CBD, Warehouse District
123 Baronne St.
The Rusty Nail
1100 Constance St.
500 Port of New Orleans
National WWII Museum
945 Magazine St.
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp St.
The Civic Theater