Mid City New Orleans A Shopping Destination
With the nation crawling out of a recession, consumer cofindence should be growing, allowing these new business to thrive. New Orleans population is 369,250 and climbing, with a 28.2% growth since 2007 according to Forbes.com. If you are local you have seen many improvements to the city since the 2013 Super Bowl. Expansion of the streetcar line downtown and soon in the New Orleans-French Quarter&beds=0&baths=0&min=0&max=100000000&map=0&quick=1&submit=Search' title='Search Properties in French Quarter'>French Quarter, road improvements throughout the city, and I-10 lane widening. Hopefully this is a chain reaction to spark interest in the New Orleans market for more new businesses in 2013. The residents of Mid-City might be the pioneers of this commercial boom. If there's one thing New Orleans is lacking, it's a Premier Shopping Center.
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