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French Quarter Condos

New Orleans , La. 70116

     The New Orleans French Quarter Condo Market is really unique in the variety of condo complexes. Many of the conversions were from large homes, apartments, doubles, four plexes and business buildings. The Vieux Carre Commission makes sure that the new properties and conversions fit into the historic nature of the French Quarter. 

     In 1921 the Louisiana Constitution established Historic Districts to maintain and preserve the historic nature of neighborhoods.

  This amendment specifically addressed the preservation of the “quaint” traditional architecture in New Orleans’ Vieux Carré, the so-called French Quarter, and enabled the creation of a municipal body to safeguard the structures bounded by Iberville Street, Esplanade Avenue, North Rampart Street and the Mississippi River.

    In 1936 the Vieux Carre Commission was established to head the historic district of the French Quarter.

 

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