Tours

We work with internationally renowned architects like Frank Gehry, Shigeru Ban, David Adjaye, BNIM and others to build beautiful, sustainable and affordable homes. We’d love for you to see them in person!

New Orleans

The best way to see Make It Right’s New Orleans’ work in person is by using our handy self-guided mobile app.

Using the tour app, you will have a map to select homes, learn about our architects and their home designs; and get more information on what makes this neighborhood “the largest, greenest community of single family homes in the world,” according to the U.S. Green Building Council.

Our official FREE self-guided tour app is available for iPhone and your Android device.
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Important Information

Before you begin your tour, please be advised that this is a neighborhood of private homes. Be respectful of the homeowners’ privacy by walking on the sidewalk, not up driveways or through yards. Do not ask to go inside someone’s home.

Be aware that this is also an active construction side. Do not enter a home under construction. Keep an eye out for cars and construction vehicles as you cross the street.

Getting to the Lower 9thWard

You can reach the Lower 9th Ward by taxi (United Cab: 504.522.9771). Or follow these links, type in your location and get directions by bike or by public transportation.

Group Tours

Many organizations and corporations visiting New Orleans ask us about group tours or volunteering opportunities while they’re in town. We’d love to speak with you about organizing tours and volunteer opportunities. Please submit a tour request on our Contact page for more information.

Kansas City

Tours of our Kansas City project are also available. If are interested in partnering with Make It Right on this project and would like to see our most current work, please click here to email Kim Roberts for more information.

Newark

Our 56-unit apartment building for disabled veterans in Newark was completed in partnership with HELP USA. At this time, tours are not available.