4025 Magazine Street
4025 Magazine Street
$3,800

PRIME MAGAZINE ST RETAIL SITE! Excellent visibility, open floorplan, 1450 sq ft includes 1/2 bath at the rear. Presently occupied by WF Uniforms, and it is their space that is available; an attached rear apartment complements the footprint of the building but is not included. 1 meter for everything so utils will be split accordingly.

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2218 Jena Street
2218 Jena Street
$1,400

Lower right unit of Uptown 4-plex just 2 blocks to HOT Freret Street! Independent bedrooms (NOT A SHOTGUN), hardwood floors, Central air/heat, and super cozy front porch! Water included and pets OK with additional deposit.

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2900 General Taylor Street
2900 General Taylor Street
$1,540

This is what you've been seeking, and it's AVAILABLE 11/1! Front unit of Uptown NEW CONSTRUCTION 2 bd / 2 ba w/ laundry room! Fully customized, walk-in closets & sound dampening between units. White oak hardwoods, wood cabinets w/granite, stainless appliances, hi-eff spray foam insulation, central a/h, gas tankless water heater, recessed lighting, & ceiling fans throughout. Private front porch too. 1 block to S Claiborne & 3 blocks to Napoleon. Pets case x case.

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2228 Lowerline Street
2228 Lowerline Street
$1,100

Serene respite in the heart of Uptown, walkable to universities and streetcar: ground floor apartment of an owner-occupied raised basement, 1 bed 1 bath + BONUS room that may be used as a 2nd bedroom with shared laundry, per floorplan. Ample natural light, window units, hardwoods, and covered/enclosed front entrance. Water included. No pets.

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1300 South Broad Street
1300 South Broad Street
$1,500

Redevelopment opportunity! Repurposing massive warehouse space across from Bohn Ford, adjacent to carwash across from Wayward Owl Brewing. Multiple 25' x 100' bays average ceiling height 16' at a base rate of .60 that may be reconfigured, either subdividing or combining, to accommodate the tenant. Zoned C-1 allows for a variety of options in terms of uses. Lessor open to dialogue, however, automotive endeavors will likely not be considered. Bring your ideas and let's talk! Adjacent vacant land may also be used.

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The rental market in the Crescent City shocks most newcomers. Let us guide you through the process at no cost to you. How? The commission structure on leases derives from the listing therefore the landlord or lessor via his listing agent pays the commission. We work all over the region though our focus remains the Eastbank and in the heart of Uptown (which is no coincidence where our office is located).

Why so shocking? Supply and demand. With the undergrad set exceeding each successive year's incoming class since 2005, the student population largely impacts the inventory. In addition to the booming film industry, our status as Hollywood South has homeowners in California unexpectedly renting here because this is where the jobs are. And lastly returnees. We still have a returning population from the events of 2005.

And then there are pets. About 2/3rds of Crescent City landlords do not rent to pets. No cats. No dogs. Nothing. Many do not want the hassle of impact the animals may have on the space, wood floors scratched, litter odor, feces, noise, not to mention insurance liability. So, if your pet is your child and non-negotiable be ready to be aggressive. Pet friendly rentals are out there, just not in quantity.