A place in the clouds, a foundation of stone.

 

Calling outdoor enthusiasts! If you like activities, City Park and Parkview neighborhoods will not disappoint. You have a literal park as your front or backyard. You can putt-putt, golf, and even meditate under a tree. They offer country club amenities minus the membership, gate or stuffiness.  Just know while you may be clamoring to find a place to call your own, the residents of these neighborhoods are in LOVE with where they live and tend to stay put for the long haul.  Between top-notch dining options, fantastic botanical & sculpture gardens, New Orleans Museum of Art and lots of wide-open spaces, who wouldn’t want to call this area home?

The City Park neighborhood is mainly the actual park – which is 1300 acres. You will find a few homes within walking distance and they have primarily raised basement and Art & Crafts homes, with some raised cottages sprinkled in.

The Parkview neighborhood is compromised of only 12 blocks. In 1995, it was named a Historic District under the National Register of Historic Places. Many homes in Parkview have garages and driveways – a luxury not found in many New Orleans neighborhoods. When being developed, much thought was put into what the neighborhood should look like. Utility lines are typically run in the back of the homes while gorgeous street lamps line the streets.

 

Lagniappe: The Parkview neighborhood was named after a woman from Eunice, LA won a contest to name the development in 1922. City Park was once the site of the Allard Plantation. 

Average Home Prices in City Park, Parkview (Updated: 10/08/2019)

Single Family: $575k
Condo: No Sales
Multi-Family: $429k

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Upcoming Events

Voodoo Fest : 10/25/2019
Japan Fest : 10/06/2018





City Park, Parkview Essentials

Police Station - 3rd District

4650 Paris
504-658-6030
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Fire Station - Engine 5

964 N. Carrollton
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Winn-Dixie

401 N. Carrollton
504-482-6771
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Mid-City Vet

3821 Orleans Ave.
504-304-8223
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Parkview Neighborhood Association

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Willie Hall Playground

Milton & Davey St.
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Neighborhood Picks in City Park, Parkview

Ralph's On The Park

Restaurant

900 City Park Ave.
504-488-1000
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Blue Oak BBQ

Restaurant

900 N. Carrollton
504-822-2583
website

Toups' Meatery

Restaurant

845 N. Carrollton
504-452-4999
website

Parkview Tavern

Bar

910 N. Carrollton
504-482-2680

City Park

Outdoor Activities



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Grow Dat Youth Farm

Urban Farm

150 Zachary Taylor Blvd.
504-300-1132
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Tubby & Coo’s Mid City Book Shop

Bookstore

631 N. Carrollton
504-598-5536
website

NOMA

Art Museum

1 Collins Diboll Circle
504-658-4100
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Morning Call

Beignets

56 Dreyfus Dr.
504-300-1157
website