Generations of families that remain in the area
    Military families due to access to Federal City and NAS JRB
    People who moved to the West Bank post Katrina
    People priced out of the city
    Pretty oak fronted streets, quiet neighborhoods
    New Orleans address without living in the heart of the city
    Affordable housing options
  • PROS
    6 miles to downtown New Orleans
  • CONS
    Not very walkable and public transportation is mediocre
    Historic district
    50s-60s cottages/ranches
    Building boom in 70s lead to creation of subdivisions
    Very little new construction
    English Turn (luxury, golf course homes)
    Lower Coast – rural properties with room for horses
  •  English Turn, Park Timbers, Tall Timbers, Walnut Bend, Bocage, Packenham Oaks, Villas of Aurora, Aurora Riverside, Tall Timbers Extension, Huntlee Village and more

Attractions & Things to Do

  • Lakewood Golf Club
  • English Turn Golf Club
  • Brechtel Park
  • PAC (youth sports)
  • Behrman Gym and Stadium
  • NORD playgrounds
  • Walking and biking trail on the levee


  • DiMartino’s Muffulettas
  • Applebee’s
  • Buffalo Wild Wings
  • El Paso Mexican Restaurant
  • Olive Branch Cafe
  • Chubbie’s Chicken (voted one of the top fried chicken places in NOLA!)
  • Umi II Sushi Bar
  • Oishii Sushi Bar


  • Algiers Plaza with Winn-Dixie grocery store, TJ Maxx, Ross, Burke’s Outlet, PetSmart, YouFit fitness center, shoe stores, coffee shop, upscale men’s clothing, Walgreen’s
  • Boutique services such as dry cleaners, framing services, nail salons
  • Large regional grocery store (Rouse’s) with locally sourced and organic sections
  • Banks and a hardware store

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