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2420 Willow Street
New Orleans, LA 70113
This 10 unit property consists of almost a whole city block. Each unit has it's own back yard and separate electric and water meter. Seller has the drawings and permits for the property and is willing to share with new owner. Zoned HU-RD2
This property is eligible for Historical Federal and State tax credits (see attachments)
Listing courtesy of GSREIN / Mirambell Realty
Last updated Jan 3, 2023
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MLS# 2360086 —
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1st and 2nd street
Property SubType Additional:
Poor Condition, Fixer
City Lot, Rectangular Lot
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Tax Legal Description:
East on S Claiborne, R on 1st, R on willow
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Heating & Cooling
Elanor Mcmain Secondary School
New Orleans Charter Science And Math School
Warren Easton High School
Lusher Charter School
Benjamin Franklin Elementary School
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Dec 23, 2022
Aug 31, 2022
Listed / Active
69.0% (24.5% / YR)
Nov 8, 2019
61.4% (16.3% / YR)
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This multifamily located in Central City - Garden District, New Orleans, LA 70113 is currently for sale for $500,000. 2420 Willow Street is a 4,210 square foot multifamily with 10 beds and 10 baths. 2420 Willow Street is in the Central City - Garden District neighborhood of New Orleans and has a WalkScore® of 86, making it very walkable. This multifamily is in the attendance area of Elanor Mcmain Secondary School, New Orleans Charter Science And Math School, Warren Easton High School, Lusher Charter School, Benjamin Franklin Elementary School, Mcdonough 35 Senior High School, Audobon Charter School, Bethune Elementary School, Hynes Charter School, and Edna Karr High School.
Listing Courtesy of: GSREIN and Mirambell Realty.
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