RTNO works in areas all over New Orleans. To explore some of the projects we've been a part of, choose from the neighborhoods below.

RT Completed Homes

RT Completed Homes

This map displays all completed home repair and community revitalization projects by RTNO from 2006 until the present. Read More >

Algiers Riverview

Shipbuilders, longshoremen, jazz musicians, military service members and artists have all called Algiers Riverview home throughout its history. Read More >

Broadmoor House


The Broadmoor neighborhood, located and living in the heart of New Orleans, was originally a marsh and lake - a fishing spot for local residents - that connected to Bayou St. John by a stream. Read More >

Treme House

Esplanade Ridge & Tremé

Tremé was named after Claude Tremé who migrated from Saugivny Burgundy, France in 1783 and settled in New Orleans making hats and developing real estate. Read More >

St. Roch House

Faubourg St. Roch

The neighborhood known as Faubourg St. Roch has a proud history as home to one of the country's largest populations of free people of color before the civil war. Read More >

Gentilly House


The Gentilly neighborhood spans a large area on the northeast side of New Orleans. Read More >

Hollygrove House


Hollygrove, once a piece of the McCarty plantation, grew out of the town of Carrollton, a suburb outside of New Orleans. Before the 1920s, when development began, Hollygrove was a low-lying swamp land, essentially untouched and unoccupied. Read More >

Holy Cross House

Holy Cross

Holy Cross formed its district name from Holy Cross High School. In 1849, The Brothers of the Holy Cross purchased Reynes Plantation and established a boarding school for boys. Read More >


Located a few minutes across the Mississippi river from downtown New Orleans, the thriving community of Tunisburg "McClendonville" Algiers welcomes visitors and neighbors. The residents agree that it is "a place like no other in the city." It is the only neighborhood in New Orleans with its "own" bridge, the Crescent City Connection, which provides a famous landmark into the city. It also has its "own" ferry operation between Old Algiers Point and Canal Street, which makes it easily accessible Read More >

Mid City House


The Mid-City neighborhood is located at the center of New Orleans, midway between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. Read More >

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