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All About Central Shreveport - Highlands

The Central Shreveport - Highlands Section encompasses a neighborhood containing downtown Shreveport as well as the Shreveport side of the Riverfront Casino District. This “Section of Town” also comprises those neighborhoods to the south of downtown, including the Highland Stoner Hill Neighborhood and the Caddo Heights/South Highlands Neighborhood.

Downtown - Riverfront Neighborhood of Shreveport LA

Downtown Shreveport and the adjacent Riverfront Casino District is bounded by Caddo Street on its north, Common Street on the western boundary, I-20 to its south and has the winding Red River as its eastern boundary. Although dominated by commercial properties, complemented by light retail and entertainment venues, downtown Shreveport also hosts thriving residential communities comprised of apartment buildings and condominiums. Apartments in downtown Shreveport typically include high-rise apartment buildings and apartment lofts. To the east of the Central Business District of downtown Shreveport, along the western bank of the Red River, the Shreveport side of the Riverfront Casino District provides exciting nightlife and entertainment, but perhaps more importantly, excellent employment opportunities for area residents! Prominent casinos in this area include the Eldorado Resort Casino Shreveport and Sam's Town Hotel & Casino, Shreveport.

Most of apartment and loft residences in the downtown Shreveport neighborhood have been repurposed from their original usage as commercial buildings and businesses (vintage office buildings and warehouses) into modern downtown Shreveport residential properties. Examples of such complexes include the United Jewelers Building, Lee Hardware, Fairfield Towers, and the more recently, the development at Ogilvie Hardware Lofts.   

Ogilvie Hardware Lofts offers affordable Apartments in Shreveport, LA near the Downtown Riverfront boasting some of the finest amenities in downtown.  And as a  tax credit property, this community boasts low rental rates for qualifying individuals. 

Sparked by the renaissance (nationwide) of downtown lifestyle and loft living, in Shreveport, a new downtown loft development has recently been completed as Lofts@624 (repurposed from the historic Sears, Lerner & Zodiag Buildings).  Boasting itself as a "game changer" to downtown providing the residences the people need and want, Lofts@624 is another great addition to the downtown Shrevport Apartment rental market.

Numerous additional downtown residential properties recently made their presence known in downtown Shreveport.  These include:

416/419 Edwards Street Apartments.   As two mirrored-image apartments occupying the first floor of a small historic building, these residences are located close to Lee Hardware/United Jewelers.

710 Crocket Street Lofts.   Within the Shreveport Common Art and Cultural District of downtown and only one-half block from the historic Strand Theatre, 710 Crockett Street Lofts features 7 ground floor and 2nd floor units.

Jefferson Apartments.  Located at 907 Louisiana St., near to the site of the Union Station Railroad Depot, the historic Jefferson Hotel was recently converted to this residential abode.  The Jefferson features small Studio units ranging from 285 to 767 square feet up to spacious two-bedroom units.

The Standard.  Located at 509 Market Street, the 1911 Building has been renovated into a mixed use property with 72 high-rise residences.  Amenities include a dog park and a food court, with office space occupying the first floor.

As far as older and more affordable apartment rentals in downtown Shreveport, one might consider The Farmont.  Located at 708 Cotton St., The Fairont offers affordable units in downtown's largest apartment building, located conveniently at the entrance to downtown in Shreveport.

Aside from the dynamic nightlife of the Casino District, downtown Shreveport boast numerous nightclubs on Commerce Street and nearby Texas Street featuring live music, dancing and dining for practically every taste and lifestyle

Premiering in downtown Shreveport since 1929, the Stage of Stars and the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium is a classic example of Art Deco architecture. Additionally, the dome shaped, Barnwell Garden and Art Center is a garden and conservatory occupying 7,850 SF in the eastern section of the downtown Shreveport - Riverfront neighborhood. Here, visitors can enjoy the winding pathways lined with exotic plant life and whimsical decor.

Additionally, downtown Shreveport is also houses the Shreveport Downtown Airport (or Downtown Municipal Airport ) Located next to the Red River, this venue is a general aviation airport. The Downtown Municipal Airport was built in 1931, when it was Shreveport’s original commercial airport. The Downtown Airport features 2 runways, whereby the asphalt topped, main runway and measures over 5000 feet long. Catering to downtown Shreveport’s business executives and residents, many owners of small planes still keep their planes at this historic facility.


Highland – Stoner Hill Neighborhood of Shreveport LA

Adjacent and to the south of downtown, in Central Shreveport - Highlands section of Shreveport, the historic neighborhood of Highland - Stoner Hill is bounded on the northwest by I-20, to the west by Linwood Ave., to the northeast by the banks of the Red River, to its east by Youree Drive, and to its south by Kings Highway.

This prominent neighborhood is convenient to major thoroughfares and highways, as well as to hospitals, medical facilities, and all the shopping and entertainment opportunities of downtown Shreveport and the Riverfront Casino District. Here, residents and visitors alike, discover impressive shopping, dining and entertainment options, or they can venture across to the Bossier City side of the Red River to explore The Outlets at Louisiana Boardwalk. Additionally, only a short drive southward, the substantial department stores, retail establishments, and boutiques St. Vincent’s Mall are a shopper’s dream! Most importantly, the neighborhood’s residents also enjoy easy access to the excellent employment opportunities of downtown, the riverfront casinos, and their related retail outlets.

Also within the boundaries of the Highland - Stoner Hill Neighborhood are a variety of excellent schools, such as Loyola College Preparatory School, Barrett Elementary, the Alexander Learning Center, St. John Berchman’s Catholic School and the Caddo Parish Magnet High School! Additionally, Centenary College of Louisiana is in the southern portion of this prestigious neighborhood. As a relatively small college (less than 1000 enrolled students), Centenary College was founded in 1845. This distinguished college offers 153 bachelor's degrees and 42 master's degree programs. As expected, there are number of reputable apartments near Centenary College.

The Highland-Stoner Hill Neighborhood is also situated near to Shreveport’s medical district. Prominent facilities in the area include Doctors Hospital Shreveport, Brentwood Hospital, Promise Hospital, and Dubuis Hospital of Shreveport. Apartment buildings in the Central Shreveport Section are typically quaint and a little older than some of the other Shreveport Sections of Town.


Caddo Heights – South Highlands Neighborhood of Shreveport LA

South of the Highland-Stoner Hill Neighborhood, the Caddo Heights – South Highlands Neighborhood stretches southward from Kings Highway (it’s north border) to a southern boundary along Pierremont Road. The neighborhood’s eastern border is Gilbert Drive and Mansfield Road comprises its western boundary. Ranked as one of the nicest neighborhoods in Shreveport in which to live, the Caddo Heights – South Highlands Neighborhood is characterized by a dominance of single-family homes. As such, Shreveport rental properties are rare in this neighborhood.

Of note, only 2 minutes southwest of Downtown, View Tower has recently been renovated into luxury apartments. Additionally, View tower was recently purchased by new ownership who is committed to improving this building with new renovations and gated parking.


United Jewelers Apartments (Downtown - Riverfront Neighborhood)

Lee Hardward Apartments (Downtown - Riverfront Neighborhood)

Lofts @ 624 Texas (Downtown - Riverfront Neighborhood)

The Fairmont Apartments (Downtown - Riverfront Neighborhood)

416/419 Edwards Street Apartments (Downtown - Riverfront Neighborhood)

710 Crocket Street Loft Apartments (Downtown - Riverfront Neighborhood)

The Jefferson Apartments ​  (Downtown - Riverfront Neighborhood)

The Standard  (Downtown - Riverfront Neighborhood)

The View Tower