Bywater Neighborhood in New Orleans, Very Colorful

Real Estate Agent with Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.
The Byater Neighborhood of New Orleans
       The Bywater is that area between St. Claude Avenue and the Mississippi River. It runs from Franklin Avenue to the Industrial Canal near Poland Avenue.  Its an up and coming neighborhood with a lot of renovations and a demand area. The majority of condos in the area are going to be parts of doubles or buildings a little larger but few complexes.
      Lets view the neighborhood and see what the homes and streets look like. The best way for me to do that is do that thru photos of the Bywater Neighborhood.
View of the Bywater Neighborhood at Sunrise from the French Quarter.  Its not that far away. 
Bridge to the Crescent Park that runs along the Mississippi River in Bywater Neighborhood of New Orleans.
     View of Downtown New Orleans from Crescent Park in the Bywater Neighborhood of New Orleans. It overlooks the West Bank of New Orleans.  It is easy to see why its the Crescent City.
World War I Monument on Burgundy Street 
The Plantation Cafe in the Bywater
The vast majority of homes in the Bywater are double.
The Bywater Neighborhood is full of colorful doubles
Jim's, You will find few franchise eats in the Bywater
Plenty of Historic Homes in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans
Historic Church in the Bywater Neighborhood
The Bywater Neighborhood has a lot of historic renovations

Comments (3)

Jeff Dowler, CRS
eXp Realty of California, Inc. - Carlsbad, CA
The Southern California Relocation Dude

Hi Eric

This is a wonderful overview of the Bywater area, and the photos are really terrific...and help to bring the community to life. You are clearly the person to call if buyers are interested in the area, or sellers are considering selling.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.


Mar 18, 2018 10:47 AM
Paula Hathaway, REALTOR, LBA
Douglas Elliman Real Estate - Southampton, NY
...A Local Expert in all The Hamptons

Hi Eric: Great Local Post!! This is what I'm talking aobut all the time...write about your area til you drop!! Your photos are out of this world and that will give you lots of "Google Juice" to pull in the public. Also, I am so in love with New Orleans---my lovely neice got married ther 3 years ago---the entire two families went and we did the march behind the band all the way down Bourbon Street--in the pouring rain! It was a complete and total blast!

Thanks for sharing your home town color here on AR--this will show others how it is done to get the front page on Google and shove those big websites way down to the last page!!

Mar 18, 2018 06:26 PM