Welcome back to Curbed Cuts where Curbed NOLA editor Sarah Chase shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
UPTOWN— The former "Real World" house and old residence of professional b-baller, Baron Davis, is back on the market after a month-long hiatus and a $100,000 price chop. The three-floor, 9,000-square-foot spread is trying for $2.9 million this time around.
LOWER 9th WARD— Blight fight action could take place in the form of selling abandoned lots in the Lower 9 for $100 (or less!). Read all about it.
MID-CITY— Look inside what may very well be the smallest apartments in New Orleans. The house has been chopped up into micro-mini studios and $600 gets one, er, 210-square-feet of living space.
TREME— After an $8 million renovation and months of construction delay, the historic Carver Theater on Orleans Ave. has announced its official opening date. April 30 is the big day.