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Types of Homes in Mid-City, New Orleans

Mid-City, a vibrant neighborhood in New Orleans, showcases an eclectic mix of architectural styles. The most common types of homes include historic shotgun houses, characterized by their narrow and long design, and traditional Creole cottages, featuring steep roofs and frontal French doors. The Mid-City district is also home to Victorian mansions with intricate ornamental details, and charming American townhouses. The presence of these architectural marvels endows the neighborhood with a distinctive aesthetic, reflecting a blend of history and culture. Canal St., one of the most famous streets in New Orleans, begins in the Central Business District and runs through the heart of Mid-City. Mid-City is a wonderful neighborhood where one may partake of the local flavor at the many small bars and restaurants that serve the residents here.

Things to Do

There's never a dull moment in Mid-City, thanks to its bustling recreational scene. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore the Lafitte Greenway, a 2.6-mile trail and green space that caters to cyclists and pedestrians alike. For art lovers, the New Orleans Museum of Art and the Sculpture Garden offer a cultural feast. On the other hand, sports fans can catch a game at the Fair Grounds Race Course, the third oldest racetrack in the US. To top it all off, Mid-City plays host to various music festivals and parades throughout the year, filling the streets with vibrant energy. Living in Mid-City, one has convenient access to City Park, which provides a great backdrop for exercising, relaxing, and taking in the arts. Located in City Park is the New Orleans Art Museum, which is unique for its showcasing of local and nationally known pieces. Nearby is Tad Gormley Stadium, which is the terminus for the Crescent City Classic, the 10K race held each April in New Orleans. The race begins in the French Quarter and makes a dramatic finish at the stadium in City Park. One participant in the race remarked that it was the eclectic brightly painted homes in Mid-City that she remembered after the race and that kept her running toward the finish line.

Places to Eat

Mid-City boasts a thriving culinary scene. From classic Creole cuisine to international delicacies, the neighborhood's restaurants cater to every taste palette. Parkway Bakery & Tavern is a popular spot for the city's famous po'boy sandwiches. For a fine dining experience, visitors can head to Ralph's on the Park, known for its Creole-inspired menu and scenic park views. Those with a sweet tooth shouldn't miss Angelo Brocato, a century-old Italian ice cream parlor that serves authentic gelato, cannoli, and other confections.


Mid-City's commitment to education is reflected in its diverse array of schools. It is home to several well-regarded public, private, and charter schools. Among them, Warren Easton Charter High School is the oldest public high school in Louisiana, renowned for its strong academic program. Mid-City also houses the Delgado Community College, providing higher education and vocational training options.

Your Mid-City Real Estate Agent

Are you searching for real estate listings in the Mid-City neighborhood of New Orleans? Jason Lapene Real Estate specializes in helping you find homes for sale in the Mid-City area. As experienced Mid-City area Realtors, we can provide you with valuable information about the local market. Feel free to contact us for details on Mid-City area schools and nearby amenities such as restaurants, things to do and airports.