It’s Thursday, September 18 and 12:38am in Downtown New Orleans.
THE LIFE OF A DOWNTOWNER
PLACES TO LIVE
Ready to live in the heart of one of America's greatest cities? The Downtown real estate market is thriving, with affordable homes ready to own in some of the area’s most modern residential spaces. Read what some people are saying about the market Downtown:
"Living Downtown is an exciting, but humbling, experience. My neighbors are finding cures for disease, writing ground-breaking screenplays, building the New Orleans fashion industry, and creating digital media startups recognized as some of the fastest growing in the nation. I’m just trying to help it all along, and having lots of fun doing it!"
Kurt M. Weigle, Downtown Resident and President & CEO, DDD of New Orleans
"I wake up in the morning and I run down Canal Street to the River. Words can't describe what that's like. This City to me is so alive right now."
Jeremy Davenport, Musician
"You can feel the energy here. The momentum has been building and the opportunities are real."
Roger Ogden, Developer
"Canal Street isn't just the heart Of New Orleans, it's a Street with heart."
Dickie Brennan, Palace Cafe
"I actually live Downtown a half a block from our company, which is very convenient. I love New Orleans, it is a very exciting time, I'm here to stay."
Ryan Egle, Resident and Co-founder of Egle Distributing
New Orleans has 3rd fastest wage growth in the USA CareerBuilder.com
New Orleans is #1 Top City for Young Entrepreneurs 2011 Under30CEO.com
"The transformation that's taking place in New Orleans both socially and economically is stunning." World Trade 100 Magazine
Downtown's Arts District is home to 18 art galleries and 5 museums.
New Orleans named the Coolest Start-up City in America Inc. Magazine
Downtown Clean Teams work around the clock, making it one of the cleanest downtowns in the country.
New Orleans Tourism Breaks Record in 2011 with 8.75 Million Visitors University of New Orleans Hospitality Research Center
Sporting and cultural events attract 2.5 million visitors Downtown each year