French Quarter Condos, Historic Corners in the French Quarter

French Quarter, New Orleans

     The New Orleans French Quarter to home to many second homes.  Most of the real estate in the French Quarter are condos, but there will be more expensive homes in the area. The French Quarter is bounded by several neighborhoods. Canal Street is the border for the Warehouse District. N. Rampart is the border for Treme and Mid City, Cross Esplanade Avenue you are in the Marigny .


French Quarter Corners

     One of the most fascinating things about the French Quarter are the many Historic Corners. Many of these homes have been turned into condos and businesses. The are all so different. Let's take a look so you can get the feel for the most unique historic corners in the United States.

Corner of Esplanade Avenue in the French Quarter

Eplanade Avenue on the Edge of French Quarter

French Quarter Condos and Corners in New Orleans

Dumaine and Dauphine

Corner of Dauphine ad Ursulines in French Quarter


Muriels at Jackson Square, Corner of Chartres

Muriel's at Jackson Square

French Quarter Corner of Royal and Ursulines

Royal Street and Ursulines

French Quarter, Royal Street and Dumaine Street

Fern City, Royal and Dumaine

French Quarter Streets, Corner of Chartres and Dumaine St.

Govenor Nicholls and Chartres Street

Very Residential Corner in Quarter

French Quarter Condos in New Orleans

Corner of Bourbon Street

French Quarter Condos and an Art Store

Royal Street Business and Condos Above...