Welcome to Bakery Village
Bakery Village sits in the heart of New Orleans’ Irish Channel Historic District and developed at the site of the former Turnbull Bakery that closed in 2012. The 1990’s industrial warehouse structures were demolished by Bakery Village’s developer in 2015. The Irish Channel Historic District is adjacent to the historic Garden District and less than a mile from Downtown New Orleans’ Warehouse District and Central Business District. Bakery Village is within walking distance of three neighborhood parks, the city’s finest public and private schools, and Magazine Street’s great shopping, restaurants, and local hang-outs. Residents may also enjoy a view of the river, just a couple blocks away, and the downtown skyline without leaving their homes.
Because of Irish Channel’s close proximity to the Mississippi River, it is located on what New Orleanians consider “high ground” and above sea level. The Irish Channel did not flood in 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, and because of this, residential homes in Irish Channel have become in high-demand.