Seeking a home a bit off the beaten path?

Seeking a home a bit off the beaten path?

A family home on a sprawling lot is sitting pretty in Gentilly/Milneburg right now and it could be yours. The neighborhood is quiet and offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of New Orleans. Current homeowner Audre is ready to downsize as she ventures into a new level of her career and her eldest […]

November Community Connect with Kevin Ferguson

November Community Connect with Kevin Ferguson

Introducing our November Community Connect, client and friend, Kevin Ferguson. Kevin is the Senior Manager of Premium Accounts for the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans!   Born in Huntsville Alabama, his family spent a few years in New Jersey before making their way back to Louisiana where he started kindergarten in Belle Chasse. Kevin’s father […]

August Community Connect – Blake Haney of Dirty Coast

August Community Connect – Blake Haney of Dirty Coast

Our August Community Connect introduces Blake Haney, owner of local retailer Dirty Coast and close friend of Witry Collective co-owner Katie Witry. At first glance, Dirty Coast seems like simply a witty t-shirt company that incorporates the quirky elements and common phrases unique to New Orleans culture. However, Blake elaborates, “Our designs aspire to a higher standard […]

July Community Connect – Alison Todd and Justin Nix

July Community Connect – Alison Todd and Justin Nix

Welcome to Magic Box Toys!  There is no shortage of things to do, places to see, and activities for the whole family in New Orleans. As the city has grown, there has been a shift in focus to bring more education and engagement to the city’s children and youth. Magic Box Toys offers a fun […]

June Community Connect – Annie Irvin

June Community Connect – Annie Irvin

As a historic-based real estate firm with active members in the New Orleans historic preservation community, Witry Collective understands how important it is to maintain the incredible history we have within our city. This is not easy, however. In order to do so, it takes daily dedication and the utmost passion to keep history alive. […]

May Community Connect – Jack Carey and Lucy Scholz

May Community Connect – Jack Carey and Lucy Scholz

Summer is around the corner and many of us are ready to head outside and enjoy some long-anticipated fun in the sun. For Jack Carey and Lucy Scholz, however, outdoor activities are everlasting. Witry Collective’s May Community Connect highlights Jack Carey, the founder of Live Oak Wilderness Camp, and Founding Program Director, Lucy Scholz. Jack […]

April Community Connect – Bivian “Sonny” Lee III

Happy Spring from Witry Collective! We are extremely honored to introduce our April Community Connect feature, Bivian “Sonny” Lee III, President and Executive Director of Son of a Saint. Witry Collective connected with Sonny and Son of a Saint through our co-working space, The Shop at the CAC. Sonny has dedicated himself to enhancing the […]

March Community Connect – Yanti Turang

Happy Mardi Gras from Witry Collective! We hope everyone is enjoying this special time in our city. For the March feature of our Community Connect Series, we are highlighting someone just as exceptional as our city. We introduce to you Yanti Turang, Founder and Executive Director of LearnToLive. Yanti has a diverse background, being half […]

February Community Connect – Al Sidhom

Witry Collective is incredibly excited to introduce our newest member, Al Sidhom. Al has over 20 years experience in real estate and his knowledge will be a huge asset to the firm. We encourage you to look out for Al and his listings, as he can guide you skillfully through the buying or selling process. […]

November Community Connect – Eric Ramstead & Johanna Ecke

Perhaps you have heard the famous Tennessee Williams quote, “America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. Everywhere else is Cleveland.” New Orleans, like New York and San Francisco, is truly a unique place, known to stir the souls of those who visit it. Tennessee Williams was not a native of our […]