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Old 01-16-2012, 12:16 PM
 
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The neighborhood around where Tulis Drive and Woodland Drive meets. It's west of the General De Gaulle Drive bridge. It's south of the De Gaulle Drive and Woodland Drive intersection for those who still don't know what i'm talking about

Is this area dangerous? If so then how dangerous?
Is it one of the better parts of the city?
How is the commute?
How is the taxes?
Is it prone to flooding?

Please just tell me what you know about it. thank you for your time
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Old 01-16-2012, 04:00 PM
 
Location: New Orleans
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The neighborhood around where Tulis Drive and Woodland Drive meets. It's west of the General De Gaulle Drive bridge. It's south of the De Gaulle Drive and Woodland Drive intersection for those who still don't know what i'm talking about

Is this area dangerous? If so then how dangerous?
Is it one of the better parts of the city?
How is the commute?
How is the taxes?
Is it prone to flooding?

Please just tell me what you know about it. thank you for your time
There's an apartment complex at that intersection that I remember as being pretty nice. The townhouses on Woodland are okay; they're on the edge of a fairly nice upper-middle-class neighborhood. The ones on Tullis aren't anything to write home about, though. As far as the commute, you'd be looking at 10-15 minutes to get downtown off-peak, probably 30-35 max except during the absolute peak of rush hour, which only lasts from about 7-7:30 and would have you there in no more than 45 minutes. As far as suburban areas it's just about as good as it gets as far as traffic. Taxes are 1.5% of property value but you get a break on the first $75k. Flooding shouldn't be an issue, as far as hurricanes go, but you could see some street flooding every few years.

Hope that helps.
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