Lakeview New Orleans Louisiana is a sub district of the Lakeview District Area. Large scale residential development started here after World War II with bungalow style houses. Originally, mostly middle class the area has became more upscale economically in the late 20th century and larger homes replaced some of the older bungalows. Lakeview New Orleans Louisiana was exceptionally hard hit by Hurricane Katrina and only a small amount of homes had been rebuilt as of 2006. The spring of 2007 brought signs of life again to the area. Much of city consisted of FEMA trailers providing temporary housing while houses were rebuilt. At this time some stores, businesses and restaurants reopened. The usual assortment of local restaurants are found here. Most cater to the middle class and are family run establishments. There is one huge park with many sports leagues and other features simply called Lakeview Playground. You can find more information on the New Orleans Recreation Department website. There are several small bars in the Lakeview New Orleans Louisiana area for a taste of the nightlife. The music of choice in many is a blues/jazz combination. There are no movie theaters, or live show theaters in Lakeview itself but several are available in adjoining communities. There are no medical facilities or hotels in Lakeview itself either but there are some located in nearby Covington. Lakeview New Orleans Louisiana is one area of Louisiana that oddly has almost no Cajun population so you're best suited to go elsewhere if you're looking for some Cajun food.
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Events in Lakeview
Hogs for the Cause Music Festival
at UNO Lakefront Arena