NOLA Architecture

One of the things I love about being a REALTOR is that I regularly get to see and appreciate good architecture and design. There’s just something special about seeing a unique home or building, noticing the intricate details and the thought that went into creating something amazing. Our host city, New Orleans, is home to some of the most incredible architecture you will ever see. The architecture is truly reflective of New Orleans multi-cultural heritage, ranging from the humble creole cottages to the balconies of the French Quarter and the grand mansions of St. Charles.

During your #NARdiGras stay be sure to take in all the unique architecture around you. New Orleans Online offers two great sites to help you on your architectural journey. First is their Historic Homes & Buildings page and the other is their St. Charles Avenue page. Both feature maps and a plethora of information. Get out there and see this great city!

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About utahREpro

Chris is the managing broker for Prudential Utah Elite Real Estate in American Fork, Utah. His passions include spending time with his family, Real Estate, Social Media, traveling, reading, movies, golf, dirt biking and so much more. Chris is a graduate of the National Association of REALTORS (NAR) Leadership Academy as well as the Utah Association of REALTORS (UAR) Leadership Academy. He has served in many capacities in the real estate industry at the national, state and local levels, including: 2013 Treasurer of the Utah Association of REALTORS 2011 President of the Utah County Association of REALTORS (UCAR) 2011 REALTOR of the Year – UCAR NAR Federal Political Coordinator assigned to US Senator Mike Lee 2011 NAR Strategic Planning Committee 2010 – 2013 NAR Public Policy Coordinating Committee 2011 Dean of the LeadershipUAR Program Chris has been a licensed REALTOR in the State of Utah since 2004. He has been recognized both nationally and locally by Prudential and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2010.
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