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330 Apartments for rent in Harahan, LA

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2012 HICKORY Avenue
2012 Hickory Avenue
Harahan, LA | Anna Terrace
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
960 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:39 PM
Updated 2 bedroom/ 1 and half bath condo in the heart of Harahan. Centrally located with easy access to the xpressway. Have the shops and restuarants of Elmwood at your fingertips.
1 Unit Available
800 HICKORY Avenue
800 Hickory Avenue
Harahan, LA | Harahan
Studio
$1,300
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:39 PM
1ST FLOOR LOCATION...APPROXIMATELY 1200 SQ FT TOTAL...INCLUDING LARGE OPEN ROOM 30 X 24...3 SEPARATE 24 X 14.5 FOR PRIVATE OFFICES...STORAGE ROOM AND PRIVATE HALF BATH... EXTERIOR ENTRANCE AND INTERIOR ENTRANCE. FRESHLY PAINT WITH TILE FLOORING.
Results within 1 mile of Harahan
Verified
5 Units Available
Cypress Creek
2001 Cypress Creek Rd
Elmwood, LA
1 Bedroom
$935
785 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,175
1011 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:47 PM
One and two-bedroom homes with vaulted ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, and sunrooms. Minutes away from downtown New Orleans and local universities, this pet-friendly community has a sparkling pool and a tennis court, among other amenities.
Verified
14 Units Available
Bella Ridge North
1101 Dickory Avenue
Elmwood, LA | Elmwood Business District
1 Bedroom
$1,425
996 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,680
1366 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:34 PM
Great location close to Elmwood shopping and entertainment. Community has a gated pet park, resort-style swimming pool and bike rentals. Units feature large floor plans, dishwashers and crown molding.
Verified
17 Units Available
Bella Ridge South
6041 Mounes Street
River Ridge, LA | Elmwood Business District
1 Bedroom
$1,475
1008 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,035
1349 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:23 PM
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6 Units Available
Chestnut Creek
5757 Hickory Creek Road
River Ridge, LA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1030 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:09 PM
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7 Units Available
Magnolia Creek
2006 Oak Creek Rd
River Ridge, LA
1 Bedroom
$1,015
845 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,280
1063 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:08 PM
Located close to Earhart Expressway, the Huey P. Long Bridge, Downtown New Orleans and Elmwood Business Park. Community has a tennis court, swimming pool and grilling area. Units have Roman tubs and patio/sunrooms.
1 Unit Available
9531 JEFFERSON Highway
9531 Jefferson Highway
River Ridge, LA | Highland Acres
Studio
$1,200
1100 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:39 PM
Delightful space for many professions. e.g. Sales offices for legal services or insurance, consulting, medical uses, therapists, trainers, etc.
1 Unit Available
524 FOLSE Drive
524 Folse Street
River Ridge, LA
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
800 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:39 PM
WONDERFUL CENTRAL LOCATION IN RIVER RIDGE...TWO-STORY TOWNHOUSE...NEW LAMINATE FLOORING UPSTAIRS...NEW RANGE/OVEN...REFRIGERATOR...WASHER/DRYER HOOKUPS..CORNER PROPERTY WITH SINGLE CARPORT..CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS, SHOPPING AND BUS SERVICE..
1 Unit Available
724 LITTLE FARMS Avenue
724 Little Farms Avenue
Metairie, LA | East Bank Division
Studio
$375
200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:39 PM
Rent an office away from home! 2 individual offices available for lease with shared reception area and bath. The offices range from 140 sq ft to 200 sq ft. Lease price of $375 per month per office.
1 Unit Available
750 LITTLE FARMS (ADJACENT TO) Avenue
750 Little Farms Avenue
Metairie, LA | East Bank Division
Studio
$25,200
27360 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:39 PM
Ground lease for 27,360 sf. Zoned C-2 with CPZ overlay.
1 Unit Available
8607 International Ct.
8607 International Court
River Ridge, LA
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1100 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Spacious 3 Bedroom/2 Full Bathrooms - Don't miss out on this spacious 3 bedroom with 2 full bathrooms. Private back yard. Located on quiet cul-de-sac.
Results within 5 miles of Harahan
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3 Units Available
Mark Twain I
10150 Jefferson Hwy
River Ridge, LA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$800
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:33 PM
Mighty oaks tower over the two-story buildings of the Mark Twain I, a property beautifully developed along the banks of the Mississippi River.
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8 Units Available
Chateau Napoleon
2300 Edenborn Ave
Metairie, LA
Studio
$650
380 sqft
1 Bedroom
$935
678 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:33 PM
Join the country club with a move to Chateau Napoleon! On the way to your door, you'll pass through shaded breezeways that lead to sun-filled courtyards.
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1 Unit Available
Lakeside V
3500 Edenborn Ave
Metairie, LA
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
1200 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:33 PM
Graceful columns appropriately line the porches of these elegant two-bedroom two-bath with den apartment homes. Lakeside V, where you're conveniently located near Lakeside Shopping Center and still just minutes from downtown New Orleans.
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4 Units Available
Peppertree
2401 Division St
Metairie, LA
Studio
$670
420 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,300
840 sqft
2 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 PM
When it comes to the fast pace of modern living, change may be the only constant. The next time you have to make a change in your lifestyle, let Tonti make it easier with a lease at Peppertree.
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2 Units Available
Golden Key
4151-4209 Division St
Metairie, LA
1 Bedroom
$830
673 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,090
989 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 PM
One or two bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished,the choice is yours at Golden Key with its four unique floor plans. Outside, you can bask in the sunshine by the pool or shade yourself under the trees in this beautiful community.
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1 Unit Available
Patio Villa
3340 N Arnoult Rd
Metairie, LA
Studio
$700
400 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated December 3 at 04:33 PM
Convenience, quality and price. These are three good reasons for you to live at Patio Villa, where you can treat yourself to maximum comfort and convenience for minimal price.
Verified
2 Units Available
PRESTON PLACE
3320 Edenborn Ave
Metairie, LA
1 Bedroom
$750
660 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:33 PM
Preston Place, where you'll open your door to a beautiful courtyard nicely landscaped with potted palms. Inside, you can have your choice of a one or two bedroom apartment in one of the most convenient locations in the Greater New Orleans area.
Verified
3 Units Available
L'Esplanade
3540 N Arnoult Rd
Metairie, LA
1 Bedroom
$865
708 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,175
1050 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 PM
Take your pick between the one or two-bedroom apartments in L'Esplanade. Choose from two great floor plans including private patios and storage areas. One of these is sure to suit your lifestyle and your budget.
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1 Unit Available
Camelot Court
3710 Lilac Ln
Metairie, LA | Cleary 4
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,605
1475 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 06:48 PM
Close to I-10, these homes feature private backyards, modern kitchens, and full-size washers. Community amenities include a courtyard and a swimming pool, in addition to 24-hour emergency maintenance.
Verified
4 Units Available
Parktowne Townhomes
4960 York St
Metairie, LA | Harvard Estates
3 Bedrooms
$1,490
1597 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:43 PM
This modern community is close to I-10 and I-630. It offers residents a private drive, backyard space, a balcony or patio, and large living areas. On-site amenities include a playground, covered gazebos and outside storage.
Verified
8 Units Available
Bonne Vie II
3420 Edenborn Ave
Metairie, LA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,000
1012 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 06:42 PM
Welcome to Bonne Vie II, a beautiful place to live. Our property features lush landscaping in a quiet, peaceful environment. You will enjoy the spacious apartments and wonderful neighbors.
Verified
15 Units Available
Citrus Creek East
5245 Citrus Blvd
River Ridge, LA | Elmwood Business District
1 Bedroom
$1,160
851 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,305
1052 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:40 PM
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How much is rent in Harahan?
Apartment Rentals in Harahan start at $1,300/month.
How much is rent in Harahan?
Apartment Rentals in Harahan start at $1,300/month.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Harahan properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Harahan properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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How can I find off-campus housing in Harahan?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Harahan. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Delgado Community College, Dillard University, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-New Orleans, Tulane University of Louisiana, and Xavier University of Louisiana.
How can I find off-campus housing in Harahan?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Harahan. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Delgado Community College, Dillard University, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-New Orleans, Tulane University of Louisiana, and Xavier University of Louisiana.

City Guide

Harahan
Having come about largely due to the expansion of railroad use in America, the city of Harahan is aptly named after the Illinois Central Railroad Company's former president, James T. Harahan.
Having come about largely due to the expansion of railroad use in America, the city of Harahan is aptly named after the Illinois Central Railroad Company's former president, James T. Harahan.

Located right on the Mississippi River and less than half an hour away from New Orleans, Harahan has plenty to offer prospective tenants. Amazingly enough, even being this close to Bourbon Street doesn't affect the city's crime rate. In fact, the violent crime rate in the city is nearly six times lower than its Mardi Gras wielding neighbor. Enjoy The Big Easy whenever you can, but don't let Harahan residents hear you say it's any better!

Moving to Harahan

In reality, the combination of the proximity of Harahan to New Orleans combined with the excessively low crime rate should preclude you from having to do any further research. It's pretty much settled that you're going to be looking for an apartment to rent in Harahan. Of course, you're probably thinking that, as an adult, you should do a little more research. Well, that's a good adult decision. We've got it all lined up for you, and this is what you should know before moving to the city.

When to Start Looking

Luckily, Harahan isn't one of those cities that you need to start looking at half a year in advance of moving there. There's just the right amount of available housing to make finding a place, whether a large home or smaller rental apartments, not too difficult while simultaneously not having so many open lots that it appears as if there's some ulterior motive for people to not move there. Give it a month; you'll find something.

When to Make the Move

Once again, Harahan doesn't make this portion of the move too difficult either. You should move here just to thank the city for being so easy to work with. Harahan's weather doesn't get too detrimental, although average daily highs do peak around 91 degrees during the summer. Keep in mind, though, that droves of people flock towards New Orleans in February for Mardi Gras. Do you really want to catch that traffic? Well, if you're going to party, sure. Do you want to catch it while driving a U-Haul, though? Thought not.

What to Bring Along

Harahan definitely isn't a slum, so you're going to want to bring a few things along to increase your chances of landing a place. Completed rental application? Check. Proof of income? Check. Credit check? We won't say "check" since you probably don't have one in hand, but it'll definitely look good if you hand one over to your future landlord -- unless he doesn't care about whether you pay your bills. That doesn't seem likely, however.

Moving to Harahan
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In reality, the combination of the proximity of Harahan to New Orleans combined with the excessively low crime rate should preclude you from having to do any further research. It's pretty much settled that you're going to be looking for an apartment to rent in Harahan. Of course, you're probably thinking that, as an adult, you should do a little more research. Well, that's a good adult decision. We've got it all lined up for you, and this is what you should know before moving to the city.

When to Start Looking

Luckily, Harahan isn't one of those cities that you need to start looking at half a year in advance of moving there. There's just the right amount of available housing to make finding a place, whether a large home or smaller rental apartments, not too difficult while simultaneously not having so many open lots that it appears as if there's some ulterior motive for people to not move there. Give it a month; you'll find something.

When to Make the Move

Once again, Harahan doesn't make this portion of the move too difficult either. You should move here just to thank the city for being so easy to work with. Harahan's weather doesn't get too detrimental, although average daily highs do peak around 91 degrees during the summer. Keep in mind, though, that droves of people flock towards New Orleans in February for Mardi Gras. Do you really want to catch that traffic? Well, if you're going to party, sure. Do you want to catch it while driving a U-Haul, though? Thought not.

What to Bring Along

Harahan definitely isn't a slum, so you're going to want to bring a few things along to increase your chances of landing a place. Completed rental application? Check. Proof of income? Check. Credit check? We won't say "check" since you probably don't have one in hand, but it'll definitely look good if you hand one over to your future landlord -- unless he doesn't care about whether you pay your bills. That doesn't seem likely, however.

Harahan Neighborhoods

It's easy to list off crime statistics and neighborhood availability to make a place look good, but it's when you really get down to the nitty gritty that you get a real feel of an area. Harahan may not have any gritty areas, but just look at what these neighborhoods throughout the city have to offer. There's a little something for everyone.

Riverside: Nearly the entire riverside area is loaded with gorgeous homes in nice neighborhoods. If you enjoy cycling or walking, the Mississippi River Trail is located in the area. Also, you'll have easy access to Colonial Golf Course. Be careful, though, that Mississippi River is one heck of a water hazard.

Hickory Avenue: There are numerous gorgeous rental homes in the Hickory Avenue area, and you'll have easy transit access thanks to the buses running along Jefferson Highway. Best thing, though? There's a Dickory Avenue next to Hickory Avenue. Hickory Dickory!

Western Harahan: Want to feel like a big shot? Well, this is probably your kind of area. The homes are big and many have their own swimming pools. Also, if you're leaning more for a 1 bedroom apartment for rent, Riverwood Apartments is here as well. Oh, and since Winn-Dixie grocers is right next door, you'll never go hungry again!

Harahan Neighborhoods
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It's easy to list off crime statistics and neighborhood availability to make a place look good, but it's when you really get down to the nitty gritty that you get a real feel of an area. Harahan may not have any gritty areas, but just look at what these neighborhoods throughout the city have to offer. There's a little something for everyone.

Riverside: Nearly the entire riverside area is loaded with gorgeous homes in nice neighborhoods. If you enjoy cycling or walking, the Mississippi River Trail is located in the area. Also, you'll have easy access to Colonial Golf Course. Be careful, though, that Mississippi River is one heck of a water hazard.

Hickory Avenue: There are numerous gorgeous rental homes in the Hickory Avenue area, and you'll have easy transit access thanks to the buses running along Jefferson Highway. Best thing, though? There's a Dickory Avenue next to Hickory Avenue. Hickory Dickory!

Western Harahan: Want to feel like a big shot? Well, this is probably your kind of area. The homes are big and many have their own swimming pools. Also, if you're leaning more for a 1 bedroom apartment for rent, Riverwood Apartments is here as well. Oh, and since Winn-Dixie grocers is right next door, you'll never go hungry again!

Living in Harahan

If living on the Mississippi River isn't enough for you, maybe some of the attractions and perks of living in Harahan will catch your attention. From areas that make your day easy to spots that can end a night great, it's all here. Go get dinner, and then go to the AMC Elmwood Palace 20 theater. Sure, it has Elmwood in the name, but it's so close that you won't even feel like you're leaving Harahan. Seriously, you're 30 minutes from New Orleans. Didn't we say this should be enough for you earlier? It's not even as if Mardi Gras is the only thing going on here. If you lived there during April 2014, you got to catch WrestleMania 30. This. Place. Has. Everything! If you've got a day of errands to run, you can likely do it all on one street: Hickory Avenue is one long road of commercial structures, so if you've got things to do, chances are that they'll be done on this one city street. One of the most annoying parts of living somewhere new is figuring out everything to do, but you can dodge this in Harahan. Just head over to the Jefferson Parish Information Center, and they'll tell you everything. It's like cheating on a test! Harahan certainly has something for everyone, and with its individual charm and close proximity to New Orleans, you simply can't go wrong.

Living in Harahan
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If living on the Mississippi River isn't enough for you, maybe some of the attractions and perks of living in Harahan will catch your attention. From areas that make your day easy to spots that can end a night great, it's all here. Go get dinner, and then go to the AMC Elmwood Palace 20 theater. Sure, it has Elmwood in the name, but it's so close that you won't even feel like you're leaving Harahan. Seriously, you're 30 minutes from New Orleans. Didn't we say this should be enough for you earlier? It's not even as if Mardi Gras is the only thing going on here. If you lived there during April 2014, you got to catch WrestleMania 30. This. Place. Has. Everything! If you've got a day of errands to run, you can likely do it all on one street: Hickory Avenue is one long road of commercial structures, so if you've got things to do, chances are that they'll be done on this one city street. One of the most annoying parts of living somewhere new is figuring out everything to do, but you can dodge this in Harahan. Just head over to the Jefferson Parish Information Center, and they'll tell you everything. It's like cheating on a test! Harahan certainly has something for everyone, and with its individual charm and close proximity to New Orleans, you simply can't go wrong.

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Harahan
Having come about largely due to the expansion of railroad use in America, the city of Harahan is aptly named after the Illinois Central Railroad Company's former president, James T. Harahan.
Having come about largely due to the expansion of railroad use in America, the city of Harahan is aptly named after the Illinois Central Railroad Company's former president, James T. Harahan.

Located right on the Mississippi River and less than half an hour away from New Orleans, Harahan has plenty to offer prospective tenants. Amazingly enough, even being this close to Bourbon Street doesn't affect the city's crime rate. In fact, the violent crime rate in the city is nearly six times lower than its Mardi Gras wielding neighbor. Enjoy The Big Easy whenever you can, but don't let Harahan residents hear you say it's any better!

Moving to Harahan

In reality, the combination of the proximity of Harahan to New Orleans combined with the excessively low crime rate should preclude you from having to do any further research. It's pretty much settled that you're going to be looking for an apartment to rent in Harahan. Of course, you're probably thinking that, as an adult, you should do a little more research. Well, that's a good adult decision. We've got it all lined up for you, and this is what you should know before moving to the city.

When to Start Looking

Luckily, Harahan isn't one of those cities that you need to start looking at half a year in advance of moving there. There's just the right amount of available housing to make finding a place, whether a large home or smaller rental apartments, not too difficult while simultaneously not having so many open lots that it appears as if there's some ulterior motive for people to not move there. Give it a month; you'll find something.

When to Make the Move

Once again, Harahan doesn't make this portion of the move too difficult either. You should move here just to thank the city for being so easy to work with. Harahan's weather doesn't get too detrimental, although average daily highs do peak around 91 degrees during the summer. Keep in mind, though, that droves of people flock towards New Orleans in February for Mardi Gras. Do you really want to catch that traffic? Well, if you're going to party, sure. Do you want to catch it while driving a U-Haul, though? Thought not.

What to Bring Along

Harahan definitely isn't a slum, so you're going to want to bring a few things along to increase your chances of landing a place. Completed rental application? Check. Proof of income? Check. Credit check? We won't say "check" since you probably don't have one in hand, but it'll definitely look good if you hand one over to your future landlord -- unless he doesn't care about whether you pay your bills. That doesn't seem likely, however.

Moving to Harahan
+

In reality, the combination of the proximity of Harahan to New Orleans combined with the excessively low crime rate should preclude you from having to do any further research. It's pretty much settled that you're going to be looking for an apartment to rent in Harahan. Of course, you're probably thinking that, as an adult, you should do a little more research. Well, that's a good adult decision. We've got it all lined up for you, and this is what you should know before moving to the city.

When to Start Looking

Luckily, Harahan isn't one of those cities that you need to start looking at half a year in advance of moving there. There's just the right amount of available housing to make finding a place, whether a large home or smaller rental apartments, not too difficult while simultaneously not having so many open lots that it appears as if there's some ulterior motive for people to not move there. Give it a month; you'll find something.

When to Make the Move

Once again, Harahan doesn't make this portion of the move too difficult either. You should move here just to thank the city for being so easy to work with. Harahan's weather doesn't get too detrimental, although average daily highs do peak around 91 degrees during the summer. Keep in mind, though, that droves of people flock towards New Orleans in February for Mardi Gras. Do you really want to catch that traffic? Well, if you're going to party, sure. Do you want to catch it while driving a U-Haul, though? Thought not.

What to Bring Along

Harahan definitely isn't a slum, so you're going to want to bring a few things along to increase your chances of landing a place. Completed rental application? Check. Proof of income? Check. Credit check? We won't say "check" since you probably don't have one in hand, but it'll definitely look good if you hand one over to your future landlord -- unless he doesn't care about whether you pay your bills. That doesn't seem likely, however.

Harahan Neighborhoods

It's easy to list off crime statistics and neighborhood availability to make a place look good, but it's when you really get down to the nitty gritty that you get a real feel of an area. Harahan may not have any gritty areas, but just look at what these neighborhoods throughout the city have to offer. There's a little something for everyone.

Riverside: Nearly the entire riverside area is loaded with gorgeous homes in nice neighborhoods. If you enjoy cycling or walking, the Mississippi River Trail is located in the area. Also, you'll have easy access to Colonial Golf Course. Be careful, though, that Mississippi River is one heck of a water hazard.

Hickory Avenue: There are numerous gorgeous rental homes in the Hickory Avenue area, and you'll have easy transit access thanks to the buses running along Jefferson Highway. Best thing, though? There's a Dickory Avenue next to Hickory Avenue. Hickory Dickory!

Western Harahan: Want to feel like a big shot? Well, this is probably your kind of area. The homes are big and many have their own swimming pools. Also, if you're leaning more for a 1 bedroom apartment for rent, Riverwood Apartments is here as well. Oh, and since Winn-Dixie grocers is right next door, you'll never go hungry again!

Harahan Neighborhoods
+

It's easy to list off crime statistics and neighborhood availability to make a place look good, but it's when you really get down to the nitty gritty that you get a real feel of an area. Harahan may not have any gritty areas, but just look at what these neighborhoods throughout the city have to offer. There's a little something for everyone.

Riverside: Nearly the entire riverside area is loaded with gorgeous homes in nice neighborhoods. If you enjoy cycling or walking, the Mississippi River Trail is located in the area. Also, you'll have easy access to Colonial Golf Course. Be careful, though, that Mississippi River is one heck of a water hazard.

Hickory Avenue: There are numerous gorgeous rental homes in the Hickory Avenue area, and you'll have easy transit access thanks to the buses running along Jefferson Highway. Best thing, though? There's a Dickory Avenue next to Hickory Avenue. Hickory Dickory!

Western Harahan: Want to feel like a big shot? Well, this is probably your kind of area. The homes are big and many have their own swimming pools. Also, if you're leaning more for a 1 bedroom apartment for rent, Riverwood Apartments is here as well. Oh, and since Winn-Dixie grocers is right next door, you'll never go hungry again!

Living in Harahan

If living on the Mississippi River isn't enough for you, maybe some of the attractions and perks of living in Harahan will catch your attention. From areas that make your day easy to spots that can end a night great, it's all here. Go get dinner, and then go to the AMC Elmwood Palace 20 theater. Sure, it has Elmwood in the name, but it's so close that you won't even feel like you're leaving Harahan. Seriously, you're 30 minutes from New Orleans. Didn't we say this should be enough for you earlier? It's not even as if Mardi Gras is the only thing going on here. If you lived there during April 2014, you got to catch WrestleMania 30. This. Place. Has. Everything! If you've got a day of errands to run, you can likely do it all on one street: Hickory Avenue is one long road of commercial structures, so if you've got things to do, chances are that they'll be done on this one city street. One of the most annoying parts of living somewhere new is figuring out everything to do, but you can dodge this in Harahan. Just head over to the Jefferson Parish Information Center, and they'll tell you everything. It's like cheating on a test! Harahan certainly has something for everyone, and with its individual charm and close proximity to New Orleans, you simply can't go wrong.

Living in Harahan
+

If living on the Mississippi River isn't enough for you, maybe some of the attractions and perks of living in Harahan will catch your attention. From areas that make your day easy to spots that can end a night great, it's all here. Go get dinner, and then go to the AMC Elmwood Palace 20 theater. Sure, it has Elmwood in the name, but it's so close that you won't even feel like you're leaving Harahan. Seriously, you're 30 minutes from New Orleans. Didn't we say this should be enough for you earlier? It's not even as if Mardi Gras is the only thing going on here. If you lived there during April 2014, you got to catch WrestleMania 30. This. Place. Has. Everything! If you've got a day of errands to run, you can likely do it all on one street: Hickory Avenue is one long road of commercial structures, so if you've got things to do, chances are that they'll be done on this one city street. One of the most annoying parts of living somewhere new is figuring out everything to do, but you can dodge this in Harahan. Just head over to the Jefferson Parish Information Center, and they'll tell you everything. It's like cheating on a test! Harahan certainly has something for everyone, and with its individual charm and close proximity to New Orleans, you simply can't go wrong.