UPTOWN —; How often does one get to peek inside the home of one of the main designers of the Superdome? Here's your chance, as the mid-century modern residence of Nathaniel "Buster" Curtis, one of New Orleans' finest architects, hits the market for $1,096,000.
CITY-WIDE — It's Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various neighborhoods around New Orleans. Today's price: $900/month.
MID-CITY — The Home Depot on Carrollton Avenue is about to close up shop for good and its next door neighbor, Rouses supermarket, plans on scooping up the property. While the Curbed tipline is buzzing about a Target taking over the space, there's no official word...yet.
LOWER GARDEN DISTRICT — Looks like it could be craft beer heaven in this part of town as Courtyard Brewery got the thumbs up from the neighborhood association about plans to turn an Erato Street warehouse into a brewery and taproom.
UPTOWN — The priciest home sale of the year just happened over on St. Charles Avenue. The seven-bedroom, ten-bath spread with a ballroom, library, in-home theater, and crazy add-on went for $5.25M.