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Sidney Torres IV's Home For Sale; Mid-Century Mod Switch-Up

Welcome back to Curbed Cuts where Curbed NOLA editor Sarah Chase shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
photo via French Quarter Realty

MARIGNY — The super sleek 5,000-square-foot Esplanade Avenue home owned by Sidney Torres IV, former trash tycoon-turned-hotelier/real estate developer, hit the market with an unknown asking price. Do check it out.

UPTOWN — In the ultimate New Orleans mid-century modern home switcheroo, local architect and interior designer, Lee Ledbetter, is leaving his stunning dwelling behind and is moving into the former home of famed architect, Nathaniel "Buster" Curtis, one of the designers of the Superdome.

CARROLLTON — The outrageously overpriced basement apartment we chuckled at last month is back in the spotlight. The Gambit gave it a very tongue-in-cheek Rental of the Year label and look out, $10 got chopped off the original $1,595 asking price. Seeing is believing.