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Lower Garden District, New Orleans

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Lower Garden District is a neighborhood of the city of New Orleans. A subdistrict of the Central City/Garden District Area, its boundaries as defined by the City Planning Commission are: St. Charles Avenue, Felicity, Prytania, Thalia, Magazine, and Julia Streets to the north; the New Orleans Morial Convention Center, Crescent City Connection, and Mississippi River to the east; Felicity Street, Magazine Street, Constance Street, Jackson Avenue, Chippewa Street, Soraparu Street, and St. Thomas Street to the south; and 1st Street to the west.GeographyLower Garden District is located at and has an elevation of 6ft. According to the United States Census Bureau, the district has a total area of 1.16mi2, 0.95mi2 of which is land and 0.21mi2 (18.1%) of which is water.It includes the Papillon Apartments, an apartment complex operated by Tulane University for graduate students and their families.Adjacent neighborhoods Central Business District (north) Mississippi River (east) St. Thomas Development (south) Irish Channel (west) Garden District (west) Central City (west)
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  • We stayed in the Lower Garden District and walked around. Beautiful historic homes and many great places to eat. The neighborhood is old and so are the sidewalks - pay attention for imperfections.  more »
  • The historic side of New Orleans, Wonderful old homes, nice to see via carriage ride. Lots of famous people live/ed there.  more »
  • A continuation of the Garden District. Area is just as charming with beautiful houses, great tree cover and places to stop and eat. The best way to see it close up is to walk around. You can take the ...  more »