Welcome to the bustling Central Business District/Warehouse District, several distinct neighborhoods rolled up together into one vibrant urban core. The historic commercial heart of the city of New Orleans, Canal Street, is alive 24 hours a day, with hotels, restaurants, shops, and its own streetcar line taking tourists and residents along a beautiful stretch of impressive historic structures. Picayune Place, a historic district in the nancial heart of the city, is dominated by o ces and residences, all within ne buildings over a century old. Lafayette Square, anchored by Gallier Hall, New Orleans’ former City Hall, is a welcome greenspace downtown that hosts a free midweek concert series in the spring, and several diverse weekend festivals throughoutthe year. The Warehouse District has art galleries, world class museums, excellent restaurants and luxurious condos for lucky residents.