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Old 05-17-2010, 08:52 PM
Location: New Orleans, LA
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There's one company with a bunch of rental listings. If you look at just a few real estate ads their name will come up. However, I didn't personally have much luck with them (didn't return phone calls and emails).

In terms of a fun place with a singles scene the warehouse district/cbd would be my suggestion. Vibrant, very walkable area, close to the French Quarter. However when I was looking recently it was a bit higher than your budget, $1200 for a one bedroom seemed to be the going rate in the area. It was more than I wanted to spend but I thought the location was just too good to give up.

Having said that, I saw places in the Quarter that were great and within the price range you mentioned but still one bedroom and street parking only. I would also consider uptown, very different vibe than the cbd. New Orleans in particular is a city where you need to drive around and get a feel for the different neighborhoods as well as different blocks within those neighborhoods. Each has it's own feel and things really do change block by block.

Good luck!
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Old 05-18-2010, 10:35 PM
Location: New Orleans
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The Warehouse district is awesome. It is between the French Quarter and Uptown. So everything is close.

Uptown is awesome. There is Tulane and LOyola University so you have a lot of college kids there plus. Good restaurants, bars, boutiques, coffee shops, awesome.

French Quarter.
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