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U.S. Naval Support Area Neighborhood

“The Naval Support Area neighborhood is named after the largest military installation in the New Orleans area, the Naval Support Activity. This Activity facility comprises about half of the neighborhood, with civilian residential areas on either side. Many houses have the beauty of greenspace before them as they align the levee. People who live in military housing (both singles in group quarters and families) are included in Census data about this neighborhood – something to keep in mind as you analyze the data.[Read more in the Neighborhood Snapshot]

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