The Garden District is located between Uptown and Downtown New Orleans. The iconic neighborhood is characterized by lush gardens and boasts some of the most distinctive architecture in the city.
The Garden District neighborhood is a subset of Uptown Neighborhood in the city of New Orleans. The City Planning Commission determines the boundaries for this neighborhood as follows: St. Charles Avenue to the north, 1st Street to the east, Magazine Street to the south and Toledano Street to the west. The National Historic Landmark district extends a little further. The area was originally developed between 1832 to 1900 may be one of the best preserved collection of historic southern mansions in the United States. The 19th century origins of the Garden District illustrate wealthy newcomers, building opulent structures based upon the prosperity of New Orleans in that era. (National Trust, 2006)
The Irish Channel is a historic district tucked within the Garden District. This neighborhood is filled with charming shotgun-style homes and Creole cottages situated between Magazine St and the Mississippi River.
Irish Channel neighborhood, like the Garden District, belongs to Uptown New Orleans. A subdistrict of the Central City/Garden District Area, its boundaries as defined by the City Planning Commission include Magazine Street to the north, 1st Street to the east, the Mississippi River to the south and Toledano to the west.
Lower Garden District and Irish Channel
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