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26 Iconic Signs; The Pickery Plans; An Uptown Tiki Hut

Welcome to Curbed Cuts where Curbed NOLA editor Sarah Chase shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
photo by Paul Broussard

NOLA—Check out this collection of 26 iconic signs around New Orleans, from the signage of highbrow old-school eateries to the handpainted "no cat selling" sign on a St. Claude Avenue tire shop.

BYWATER—Put the vacant building at the corner of Piety and Burgundy Streets on your rehab radar. The site where the Schwegmann's supermarket legacy began in 1869, is finally seeing some action. Details this way. In other Bywater coming attraction news, check out the plans for this under-construction Dauphine Street warehouse, the future home to The Pickery neighborhood marketplace.

UPTOWN—Go beyond the bamboo and look inside this pretty bonkers tiki hut-style home, now listed for just $299,000.

CENTRAL CITY—An old car repair shop that's been sitting ugly and vacant on Carondelet Street is slated for a new life as a 26,000-square-foot restaurant supply company.