Welcome to
Garden District!


Large, Victorian and Greek Revival homes are the landmark of this neighborhood. Located nearby downtown New Orleans รข€“ beautiful homes with large lawns and sprawling oak trees define this picturesque streetscape. The romance of the Garden District is supported by many of the city's top restaurants, specialty shops, and historic cemeteries.

Prices reflect the fact that the Garden District is one of the most desirable areas to live in New Orleans, but there are affordable options – both to rent and own.

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Arts & Culture
Magazine Street runs through the heart of the Garden District – home to many of New Orleans' arts, culture, and food enthusiasts. There are a number of beautiful antique stores, galleries, studios, home and interior design shops, bars, clothing boutiques, and restaurants.

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The area is very popular among 20-somethings, but people of all ages love to go out to the neighborhood's many popular bars and restaurants on Magazine Street, such as Tracey's and Garden District Pub.

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Coliseum Square is the largest park in the Garden District with a walking path bordered by mature oak trees. The scenic green space is ideal for picnics, bike riders, joggers, and walkers alike.

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The Garden District Association is the sponsoring organization for the Garden District Security District (GDSD), a separate and distinct organization that manages the 24-hour daily enhanced patrols for the neighborhood. Currently, 3 officers are on duty at all times, around the clock. In addition, special NOPD detail officers patrol the neighborhood each evening.

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The Louis McGehee School educates 530 all-girl students from pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade, with a 100-year history. Practically all of Louis McGehee graduates attend college, and 90% of the faculty hold advanced degrees. Also located in the Garden District is the Trinity Episcopal School, a co-ed private school for grades K-8. Focused on preparing children for high school and college, Trinity has high academic standards as well as a strong focus on community service across the city.

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One of the most walkable neighborhoods in Greater New Orleans – featuring an array of grocery stores, boutique shops, and clothing outlets – the Garden District is bustling every day of the week.

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