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Cotton Mill Condos, Old Factory turned into Warehouse District Condos

Sunday, February 24th, 2013

 Cotton Mill Condos, New Orleans Warehouse District, Front door 920

 Cotton Mill Condos Lobby

  Cotton Mill Condos Pool and courtyard, Warehouse District 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….

Cotton Mill Condos, the courtyard you do not see….New Orleans hidden treasures…

Monday, September 19th, 2011

 

      The Cotton Mills is now a condo complex in the New Orleans Warehouse District.  Built in about 1900 as a cotton mill near the Mississippi River.  The 25,000 sq. ft. courtyard is a treat of the Cotton Mills condos that you never notice from the outside.  The large windows, high ceilings, exposed beams, exposed brick really give the condos the rustic warehouse

Warehouse District, Sun Ray Grill in the Cotton Mill Condos…

Friday, March 11th, 2011

     The Sun Ray Grill in the New Orleans Warehouse District is unique and has good food as well.  The Grill is actually in the corner of the Cotton Mill Condos.  You get the warehouse feel with the large windows, concrete floors and exposed brick.  The building dates back to 1900 and covers the entire block.

    My favorite on the menu is the spicy ribs and cheese cake homemade style.   New Orleans has a lot of good places to eat and this is one of them.  Its worth checking out.