Welcome to Mid-City



Location! Location! Location! Live in one of the most welcoming neighborhoods in New Orleans. The housing prices are generally more affordable than other areas of the city. The shotgun homes and bungalows in this area are less expensive than nearby neighborhoods such as Bayou St. John and Lakeview. You will have endless options for food and shopping along North Carrollton Avenue.

What to Expect

  • Close access to everything.
  • The reason why so many different people live in the neighborhood is due to the easy access to major roads and highways in the city.
  • The area also has plenty of museums, outdoor recreation, gyms, restaurants, and bars.

What You Will Fall in Love With

  • The residents of Mid-City
  • The central location of the neighborhood
  • Exercising on the 2.6-mile outdoor trail called Lafitte Greenway
  • Enjoying a drink at Wrong Iron
  • Spending an afternoon at The Drifter
  • Angelo Brocato’s refreshing and delicious ice cream

For more information about Mid-City click here. or visit the Mid-City Neighborhood Association Page.

Current Homes on the Market

Current Rentals on the Market

Real Estate Information

Average Price per Square Foot

Condo- $210.30

Single Family Home-$235.15

Average Home Selling Price


Single Family Home- $398,862

Average Number of Bed/Baths

Condo- 3 Bed, 2 Bath

Single Family Home- 3 Bed, 2 Bath

Average Days on Market


Single Family Home- 31

Average Square Footage

Condo- 1,256 Square Feet

Single Family Home-1,658 Square Feet


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Coffee Shops

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Art Galleries

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Workout Studios and Gyms

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