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Lakeview & Lakeshore


Nestled beside City Park, Lakeview has a strong sense of community among its residence. This is most evident along Harrison Avenue, the main drag lined with restaurants and stylish shops. Many of  the Lakeview and Lakeshore homes were built between 1940 and 1969, with a new resurgence in the last ten years.

Families and young professionals are the primary residents of Lakeview and Lakeshore, as well as college students and urban sophisticates.


  • 18 minutes to French Quarter and downtown New Orleans

  • 15 minutes to City Park and Mid-City

  • 15 minutes to Lakeside Shopping Center

  • Approximately 20 minutes to the airport.

  • 45 minutes to the Northshore


  • Major drug store chains (Walgreen's)

  • Grocery (Lakeview Grocery, Robert Fresh Market)

  • Hospitals (Ochsner Health Center)

(Schools in the Lakeview-Lakeshore area)

  • Hynes Charter School (public; charter; PK-8th grade)

  • St. Paul's Episcopal (private; parochial; PK-8th grade)

  • Lakeview Presbyterian (private; parochial; PK-K grade)

  • St. Dominic (private; Catholic; PK-8th grade)

  • Mount Carmel Academy (private; girls' Catholic; 8th-12th grade)

  • St. Pius X (private; Catholic; PK-7th grade)

  • Benjamin Franklin High School (public; charter magnet; 9th-12th grade)


  • City Park

  • West End Park

  • New Basin Canal Park


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