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10 Creepy Spots Around NOLA; Top Chef House For Sale; More

Welcome back to Curbed Cuts where Curbed NOLA editor Sarah Chase shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
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CITY-WIDE — Keep the Halloween vibe going strong through the weekend and check out this map of ten legitimately creepy spots around New Orleans. Are they haunted? Perhaps. Hair-raising? Definitely.

FRENCH QUARTER — The Bourbon Street row house where the Top Chef cheftestants shacked up is officially on the market for $2,985,000. Perks: 4,907-square feet of living space, a pneumatic elevator, and a gigantic bowl of a bathtub.

CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT — Check out what's going on with the Aloft Hotel/apartment combo on Gravier Street. Hint: step one involves a wrecking ball.

INDUSTRIAL CANAL — The Claiborne Bridge (officially speaking, the Judge Seeber bridge) was originally just going to close for a few weeks so it could get a little sprucing up. Months later, it's still closed. Here's what Chalmette Movies is doing to lighten up the sitch a bit.

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