Archive for the ‘Warehouse District Photos’ Category
Scenes for the New Orleans Warehouse District. A lot of things to do and see in this area of town. The Italian Plaza pictured above. Lucy’s a local favorite. Lots of old buildings and it ends up at the River Walk on the Mississippi River.
One of the more popular places in New Orleans for second homes is in the New Orleans Warehouse District. One of the big reasons is that there is always a lot to do. There are more and more new things mixed in with the old. The new Outlet Mall is one of the newer attractions.
There are always the old standbys like Lucy’s Retired Surfer Bar that everyone should at least try. Fulton Street is middle age but is getting better with age. Views of the Mississippi are among the most scenic in New Orleans. Here is just a touch of the Warehouse District. Maybe you too will like a condo as a second home.
Nights in the New Orleans Warehouse District. The District can be very busy at times and then very busy. These night shots just show it as a quiet but beautiful neighborhood. Its not all like that so I had to include one busy night spot on St. Charles Avenue.
The New Orleans Warehouse District is quiet and colorful on a Saturday Morning. A few people walking about but its almost empty. The streetcar was full with people going places. This is a busy area at night during the weekend and on week days.
The Old Soule Business College and Gallier Hall….
St. Charles Ave Street car line, More Popular than Ever…
Row of townhome across the Street from St. Patricks Church…
This week the Victory Belles from the World War II Museum put on a Christmas show in the Warehouse District at the New Orleans Convention Center. They were pretty good and kept the crowd smiling. Always something doing in New Orleans during the holidays.
The Roosevelt Hotel is a place to just visit during the Christmas Holidays. The decorations and lights are something they do every year. The crowds walking through are always amazing….Put this small tour on your list of things to do in New Orleans during the holidays….
The Federal Fibre Mills located in the New Orleans Warehouse District is one of my favorite condo associations and historic renovations in the area. The exposed beams, exposed brick, high ceilings, large windows couple with an outstanding courtyard and lobby make this hard to beat.
It was built as a rope factory in 1896 as it was close to the river and the Cotton Mills that surrounded it. It was later to become an ingradual part of the 1984 World’s Fair before being developed into condos.
The Cotton Mill Condos in the New Orleans Warehouse District is a great example of a 1900 warehouse turned into living spaces. Its much larger than most people think…The Cotton Mills is 288 units and cover an entire block with a 25,000 sq. ft. Courtyard inside . It is a block from the World War II Museum and maany other downtown attractions.
It has become a place for second homes since it has so many amenties that people can enjoy. Its the best buy for condos around the 200k level in the Warehouse District. Features include large windows, high ceilings, exposed beams, exposed bricks, wood floors, Natural light and the feeling of a much larger space than they actually measure.
Amenties include a pool, courtyard, secure entrance, on site manager, large gym, nearby parking. It is also well mananged which makes the values stay strong….
This is a recent condo that I listed in the New Orleans Warehouse District. It sold 3 days later on Super Bowl Sunday. Nice things in this market do tend to sell quickly. Second homes in New Orleans are are very hot in 2013. The New Orleans Warehouse District is home to many condos and sales are happening everyday.
The Courtyard of the New Orleans Board of Trade located 316 Magazine Street in the Central Business District. Its now used as an events venue for all the conventions and partie that New Orleans can do as good as anyone…