The rent at Village de Jardin Apartments ranges from $650 for a one bedroom to a $915 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 7% more expensive than the West Lake Forest average.
This apartment is in the West Lake Forest neighborhood in New Orleans. Nearby parks include Pradat Playground, Curley Playground and Werner Playground.
Village de Jardin Apartments has a Walk Score of 45 out of 100. This location is a Car-Dependent neighborhood so most errands require a car.
Nearby schools include New Orleans Charter Science and Math Academy, The Upperroom Bible Church Academy and New Orleans Adventist Academy.
The closest grocery stores are Sams Meat Market, La Preita Supermarket and Algiers Kwik Stop Grocery Inc.
The closest coffee shop is Java Copy Zone. There are seven restaurants within a 15 minute walk including SUBWAY® Restaurants, SUBWAY® Restaurants and Peking House.
Village de Jardin Apartments is near Southern University - New Orleans, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and University of New Orleans.
There are minimal bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. Village de Jardin Apartments is bikeable, there is some bike infrastructure.
Village de Jardin, New Orleans East Newest Luxury Community! A new senior housing community for the Louisiana Housing Finance Authority, was developed for individuals 55 years and older. The traditional neighborhood concept was utilized to offer services and supportive housing which enables residents to live well and age in place. The total development is 11.4 acres in size with a total of 224 living units. The main street allows for a pedestrian friendly environment and activates the street edge through the service components located in the Mixed-Use complex. The design offers diversity by providing multiple building types that range from single family homes to small and large apartment buildings. All of which utilize different methods of solar shading such as deep overhangs, building orientation, and porches and balconies screened with wood slats. The building types on the site allowed for increased density while maintaining an abundance of public green space and community gardens. Some gardens are placed on elevated plinths to aid the elderly. This resulted from the need to modify the existing site grade elevation to the current adjusted base flood elevation. A simple palette of materials was carried out through the development, which consisted of fiber cement siding, stucco, and wood.