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Historic General Pershing Condos in Uptown New Orleans, 1735 General Pershing…

Monday, November 4th, 2013

Streetcar 922, Desire Car with Eric

This is a great example of a New Orleans Neighborhood Condo in Uptown New Orleans.  They are totally renovated while preserving a lot of the old world charm of this 1920’s Apartment House.  The neighborhood is great and is two blocks from St. Charles Ave. and right where you want to be for Mardi Gras.  Just walk tow blocks over to watch most parades as they begin. Catch the streetcar to downtown or Audubon Park. Each about 40 blocks away.

Each is over 1500 sq. ft of living with each having a garage and large storage area in the basement.  Take a look as it a great new project of 4 units.  Hard to have a nicer kitchen or baths in a condos. Worth taking a look at so enjoy the slideshow and song….Eric

1735 General Pershing Condos, Front Door, Uptown New Orleans Condos

 

 

The Lower Garden District in New Orleans has some Great Historic Homes and Condos

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Lower Garden District Banner, New Orleans Condos

Lower Garden District Conversions

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Lower Garden District Home turned into New Orleans Condos

           The Lower Garden District of New Orleans has been a hot market segment for condos of late.  The old homes that had been divided up into apartments have become prime properties for conversions into condos.   The area is really a very historic area that is just being discovered in the last several years. The Lower Garden District was once several plantations just on the outside of the City of New Orleans.

New Orleans Favorites of the week, Craftman Home, French Quarter Street and Uptown Condo

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

       This weeks favorites from New Orleans.  A Craftmans style double cottage on Magazine Street from the 1920’s.  A early four plex turned into condos on Marengo in Uptown New Orleans.  A quiet row of French Quarter doubles

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.

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 www.neworleanscondos.net 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.

     

 

 

Victorian Home was turned into Condos on Coliseum Square….

Friday, April 15th, 2011

       This very large Victorian was converted into condos over the past 10 years.  More than likely it was divided iinot apartments before that.  It has a lot of details and is much larger than one would think from a

Spring is upon us in New Orleans, Its in the air……..

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Chartes Street to Jackson Square in New Orleans French Quarter

       What a great week of weather to end February in New Orleans.  Temperatures into the 70’s and clear skies.  A small amount of humidity but it sure beats the cold weather we have been having lately.  This is Chartes Street looking back at Saint Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square. Mardi Gras is around the corner……..

Neighborhood Condos do well in New Orleans Uptown area! What does this say ?

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

5607 Prytania Street Condos, New Orleans Condos

     These 1920 circa apartments were turned into condos this Spring and all 12 were sold within a 6-8 week period before they could be finished.  One reason was location and style.  The terrific location even without parking was they key.  Having a great developer did not hurt either.  The combination of the the historic feel with a very walkable neighborhood made it a success in what has been a slow year. The 5607 Prytania location was a winner.

Natural Light does wonders for any room, A New Orleans Condo !

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

1129 Jackson Ave, Natural Light with Pretty Girl

      This is a condo that has recently undergone quite a few renovations.   What you cannot renovate is the natural light that floods the main room through the windows and pair of French Doors leading to a small outdoor patio.  The wood floors, fireplace and designer colors give it that rich New Orleans feel.  The best thing about this condo located at 1129 Jackson Ave is the price of $265,000.  The model was on loan from a Bayou Title company that lets the light shine on all your tranactions………….

1129 Jackson Ave French Doors with Girl