Step back in time to the turn of the century New Orleans. Creoles lazing on front stoops, kids playing "Kick the Can" on the block, corner grocery stores, open air markets, and rows of narrow homes. Stacked neatly in a row, some only 17' wide, one foot from the front property line and in some cases as little as four feet between homes. Yes, this is one of New Orleans first suburban residential subdivisions. The residential character in this area hasn't changed in years. Because there were no air conditioners back in those days, people stayed cool by raising homes for air circulation, adding tall ceilings and large windows and in general opening the house up to light and air. Here are some replications that display the character of this era.