How you gonna upgrade me, What’s higher than number one.
The Touro neighborhood is named after Judah Touro, who founded Touro Infirmary in 1852. Formerly a part of the Faubourg Bouligny, this neighborhood is highly sought after by renters and homeowners alike.
Centrally located Uptown, you can find neighbors walking their dogs and enjoying beverages at one of the many bars and restaurants in the area too. With an active neighborhood association and their own private patrol, Touro residents rave about living there.
Nestled between Louisiana Avenue and Napoleon, you’re going to be thrilled when you can walk to your favorite Mardi Gras parades. Delachaise Wine Bar, Shaya, Mignon Faget, and Cavan are all at your fingertips in this awesome New Orleans neighborhood.
If you have a penchant for historic homes, Touro will not disappoint. Victorians, Center Halls and Cottages can all be found here – including single-family and multi-family homes – that are all 100+ years old. If you’re looking for a condo, Touro even manages to offer those too!
Lagniappe: Streets in Faubourg Bouligny were named for important battles in Napoleon Bonaparte’s career.
6th District Police Station
1930 Martin Luther King Blvd
2nd District Police Station
Fire Station - Engine 1
2920 Magazine St.
Touro Bouligny Neighborhood Association
Children’s Resource Center Library
Neighborhood Picks in Touro
1312 Milan St.
3445 Prytania St.
3511 Magazine St.
Harry’s Ace Hardware
3535 Magazine St.
3801 Magazine St.
Maison Perrier Bed & Breakfast