Find Condos for Sale in French Quarter, LA
The New Orleans French Quarter Condo Market is really unique in the variety of condo complexes. Many of the condo conversions were from large homes, apartments, doubles, four plexes and business buildings. The Vieux Carre Commission makes sure that the new condo properties and condo conversions fit into the historic nature of the French Quarter.
There are quite a few condo complexes that have been totally redone and feel like new condo construction but look historic. This is what the Vieux Carre Commission does for all redos. This makes the French Market Condo market more desirable because many buyers love the historic feel of the market.
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.
The common areas in most condo associations are not seen from the street. The historic courtyards remain in almost all condo conversions. Common to have brick courtyards with water fountains, ponds, and plenty of tropical plants. These are great place to sit and relax when the weather is nice. Viewing the courtyard from the condo is always a great plus.
Eric Bouler-Gardner Realtors Team can find the French Quarter Condo that meets your Desires that is for sale. We can put you on a watch lit of new condo lisitngs, condo sales with prices, condo price reductions and ones going under contract. We just need to know what you are looking for. The price range, bedrooms, common areas, style, locations, size and other desires. We get a copy to keep us updated. We can then answer any questions you may have giving you the pluses and minuses of each new listings. Agents put new listings on brokers tours each Tuesday for agents to view for their clients. We can go look at the ones on top of the list.
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