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The Old Audubon Building on Canal Street in New Orleans, Over 100 years Old…

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012



       The Audubon Building in New Orleans at 931 Canal Street is now the Saints Hotel.  It just became a hotel in the last couple of years.  It was finished in about 1909 and was primarily offices for business, doctors and dentist.  In those days people went downtown for a lot of things.

       The  nine story building was tall in its day.  The builders did spend a lot of time on the details such as the roof.  These are now like works of art. Audubon Building See More

Lafayette Square in the New Orleans Warehouse District, Center of Activity on Wednesday

Sunday, September 30th, 2012

     New Orleans always has something going on.  More often than not it is centered around Music, Food, and Local Crafts.  The Concert in Lafayette Square has a Spring and Fall concert series that is free to all comers.  This past week it was Doctor John as the headliner.  Its on Wednesday nights from 530-730 time frame.  Its free so you can come and go as you wish.  The music was great and the choice of food and beverage was as well.  

Pretty Building in the Warehouse District, Preservation Resource Center

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

        A nice looking building in the New Orleans Warehouse District. ” The Preservation Resource Center has been a critical force in breathing life back into New Orleans’ at-risk homes and neighborhoods. Building on a history of restoring nearly 1,400 properties and touching countless individuals with its outreach and advocacy efforts, the PRC continues its pursuit to preserve New Orleans’ historic heritage.”

Federal Fibre Mills in the New Orleans Warehouse District, Warehouse to Condo in a Historic Style

Friday, March 30th, 2012


             The Federal Fibre Mills in the New Orleans Warehouse District was one of the first Warehouse Conversions in the Warehouse District.  It was once a rope factory built in about 1900 near the commerce on the Mississippi River in an industrial section of town.  It was also converted into apartments for the 1984 Worlds Fair.  It served as a German Beer Garden and the Monorail actually ran through the building.

          The developer maintained all the exposed brick and beams into  the many floor plans of the current condos.  Lots of different floor plans in the condos today.  Located a block from the New Orleans Convention Center.

Warehouse District Dining on the sidewalk in New Orleans…..

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

       The is purely a seasonal activity in New Orleans where you can get a meal and sit outside until about mid-May then it will just be plain to hot.  About October 15 you will be able to try again.  This is in the New Orleans Warehouse District.

Leather Goods Factory to Condos at 404 Notre Dame in the New Orleans Warehouse District

Friday, March 9th, 2012

    The Whitney and Sloo Manufacturing Plant and Warehouse located at 404 Notre Dame was once a leather processing plant.  Many years later it is a condo complex in the New Orleans Warehouse District. Its a five story building which is normal for the time.  This was an area of New Orleans where manufacturing was concentrated along the Mississippi River.  You can see more Warehouse District condos at to get a better idea of the transformation of the area. You can see more of this Condo #18 at 404 Notre Dame in New Orleans.


The Cotton Mills Condos, An historic Warehouse Turned into Condos…..

Friday, November 18th, 2011

    The  Cotton Mills dates back to about 1900 when it was a mill turning cotton to to all kinds of fibers.  The Mississippi River was several blocks away.  Most of the Cotton was shipped down the Mississippi River to New Orleans for transport and fabrication to ship to ports all over the world.

    In the late 1980’s HRI developed the building into apartments that were rented as demand for housing picked up in the Warehouse District.  Then in 2004 they started selling the 288 units as condos in four phases.  At this time many of the units were upgraded to reflect the times.

    Located at 920 Poeyfarre, its a block from Magazine Street and the World War II Museum.  Hard to believe the amount of changes in the last 5-6 years.  Love the building and think that has helped me sell over 30 condos in the building.  I am even losing count. Check my last listing #221 Cotton Mill Condos.




Hyatt Hotel Opens in New Orleans….Reopens 6 years after Katrina Damage

Friday, October 28th, 2011



     Last week the Hyatt Hotel opened across from the Superdome.  People in New Orleans do take more notice as its another sign the city is coming back to be better.  Why else would someone invest in a thousand room hotel in downtown New Orleans.  This is one of the many steps that it takes.  Smiles all around….The first sellout was for the Saints weekend win , 62-7 over the team from Indy.

New Orleans Streets at Night….Quiet

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

      Lafayette Street in the New Orleans Waarehouse District is never really busy.  But at night its even less busy.  Its a lot of colors and shades down this one lane, one way street.

Townhomes on Magazine near World War II Museum….150 years old?

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

       Townhomes at 917 Magazine Street near the World War II Musuem are two historic three story townhomes.  Now they are in an area with Museums, Condos and Commercial buildings.  Now that the streets have been redone and landscaped it makes these two stand out.