Ain’t a gambler but honey I’d put money on myself
Milan is a fun, small pocket of New Orleans to dive into. There are some magical homes along with soaring real estate prices, blighted properties, new construction, and renovations. You will find Victorian cottages, shotguns, camelbacks, and even some converted condos. There is just a sprinkle of businesses in this area, but you are conveniently located for walking, biking or hopping on the streetcar. And if you love parading, this is a fabulous location to get in and out of the madness!
If you spend any time exploring this New Orleans neighborhood you will quickly discover while small, she makes a big impact. The residents are quick to greet you and tell you all the reasons why the Milan neighborhood is the best. Everybody knows everybody here, it’s a genuine community and they look out for one another.
Lagniappe: Milan is pronounced My-lan.
Police Station - 2nd District
Police Station - 6th District
1930 Martin Luther King
Fire Station - Engine 38/ Car 506
Louisiana Meat Market
Delachaise Neighborhood Association
Atkinson-Stern Tennis Center
4025 S. Saratoga
Neighborhood Picks in Milan
New Orleans Hamburger & Seafood Company
4141 St. Charles Ave.
Chicken & Watermelon
3400 S. Claiborne
Hotel & Bar
3811 St. Charles
Martin Wine Cellar
Wine & Spirits