Just Listed Warehouse District New Orleans Condos for Sale
Below are the newest Warehouse District New Orleans Condos for Sale listed in the last 5 days.
1127 ROYAL Street New Orleans, Louisiana
5 Beds 6 Baths 3,500 SqFt
617 DAUPHINE Street 4 New Orleans, Louisiana
2 Beds 2 Baths 894 SqFt
538 MADISON Street 4C New Orleans, Louisiana
1 Beds 1 Baths 913 SqFt
The Warehouse District
The Warehouse District is a former industrial area that over the last two decades has been transformed into a vibrant downtown center of art, dining and shopping. The neighborhood plays host to beautifully renovated warehouse condo buildings, cutting-edge galleries, world-class museums, some of the city’s best restaurants, lively bars and nightclubs, and great shopping.
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Quick Facts about The Warehouse District
Population (2000): 3,435
Zip Codes: 70118, 70115, 70130
Median Listing Price: $329k
Median Price/Sq Ft: $373
County: Orleans Parish
School District: NOLA Public Schools
Travel & Commute Times
New Orleans: 7 mins
Broadmoor: 12 mins
Lakeview: 14 mins
Things to Do
See below for a full list of Bars, Restaurants, Music Venues, Shopping, Banks, Dry Cleaners, Places of Worship and more!
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Warehouse District Amenities
The Warehouse District contains one of New Orleans’ most lively thoroughfares, Frenchmen Street, which is lined with music clubs, bars, and restaurants.
Warehouse District Restaurants
Emeril’s Restaurant – The flagship of the Lagasse empire and the restaurant that kickstarted the revival of the Warehouse District upon opening here in 1990.
Cochon – Local Chef Donald Link opened Cochon with his partner, Chef Stephen Styrjewski, shortly after Hurricane Katrina. Since then, Link and his team have garnered effusive local and national praise, including a best new restaurant nomination from the James Beard Foundation, for Cochon’s pork-centric, traditional Cajun cuisine.
Cochon Butcher – Located directly behind Cochon, Cochon Butcher is a deli par excellence, with perhaps the city’s best muffuletta and a pulled pork sandwich that commands respect from the most discriminating of barbeque aficionados, not to mention excellent boudin and a solid beer and wine list.
Herbsaint – Another outpost in the Chef Link empire, Herbsaint is a romantic bistro on St. Charles Avenue in the Warehouse District serving French and Italian-inspired Southern cuisine.
Peche Seafood Grill – Chef Link cemented his reputation as one of New Orleans’ most successful restaurateurs when Peche, his recently opened ode to seafood, was recognized in 2014 as the best new restaurant in the country by the James Beard Foundation, while its Chef, Ryan Prewitt, was also recognized by James Beard as the best chef in the South.
Restaurant August – Famed local Chef John Besh’s temple of French-inspired fine dining. Perhaps the most elegant dining room in the city, and a must do for those who take fine dining seriously.
La Boca – Chef Adolfo Garcia’s ode to the Argentinian approach to steak. It’s your hip downtown alternative to the traditional steak house.
Warehouse District Bars and Music Venues
W.I.N.O. – Part wine bar, where you can indulge your desire to try the high priced stuff with affordable one ounce pours, part wine shop, part restaurant, it’s an oenophiles dream come true.
Barcadia – With foosball tables, classic video games, skeeball, air hockey and a full bar and restaurant, Barcadia is Chuck E. Cheese for grownups.
Lucy’s – A longstanding Warehouse District haunt with a lively bar scene that often spills out onto the street, Lucy’s serves Mexican favorites and burgers.
Vic’s Kangaroo Cafe – Your neighborhood watering hole, where they’ll always have a Guinness on draft waiting for you.
Circle Bar – Looking for a hip spot to catch local and touring indie acts before they hit it big? The Circle Bar has you covered.
Howlin’ Wolf – The Wolf hosts an eclectic lineup of local and national acts with a heavy focus on jambands and is among the best spots to see shows in the city during Jazz Fest and Mardi Gras.
Republic – A hip nightclub and performance space with a focus on electronic artists.
The Civic Theater – Built in 1906, The Civic is the oldest existing theater in New Orleans, yet it’s a new entrant into the downtown concert scene, having opened only recently following an extensive renovation. Since opening, The Civic has distinguished itself with an eclectic lineup of distinguished local acts, nationally recognized indie and jambands and touring comedians.
Warehouse District Bars and Music Venues
d.b.a. is one of the true gems of Frenchmen Street and a major nightlife draw with its rotating lineup of New Orleans music legends, world-class selection of beer and spirits and beautiful wood-paneled interiors.
Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, also located on Frenchmen Street, is the spot for live jazz in New Orleans. With a line up ranging from local legends such as Ellis Marsalis, who holds court weekly, to renowned national acts, and a menu of New Orleans bistro classics, you can’t go wrong grabbing dinner and a show at Snug.
The R Bar is a popular watering hole in the Warehouse District Triangle that’s famous for its ten dollar haircut and a shot special on Mondays (and yes, they do have an antique barber’s chair in the bar) and its Friday crawfish boils.
The Spotted Cat is a delightfully ramshackle jazz club on Frenchmen St. where you can hear traditional jazz at its bohemian finest from such renowned local artists Meschiya Lake and the Little Big Horns, the Jazz Vipers, and the Panorama Jazz Band.
Three Muses is an intimate and well regarded Frenchmen Street restaurant and music club where you can sample sophisticated cuisine, imbibe expertly prepared cocktails and catch such local favorites as Glen David Andrews and Luke Winslow King.
Warehouse District Shopping
- With a one hundred year history in New Orleans, M.S. Rau Antiques is the place to shop for sought after antiques, rare paintings, and exquisite jewelry.
- Keil’s Antiques has been in operation on Royal Street since 1899, and they have a world-class selection of European antiques.
- Canal Place offers a mix of local and national retailers, as well as a movie theater where you can enjoy in-movie food and beverage service.
- A Gallery for Fine Photography offers the best in art photography, with works from such esteemed practitioners as Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Brassai, and Herman Leonard.
- If it’s wonderfully off-kilter paintings of New Orleans’ unique architecture you’re after, look no further than the Michalopoulos Gallery.
- Rouse’s Grocery Store is the local’s choice in the French Quarter.
Warehouse District Places of Worship
- St. Paul Lutheran
- The Refuge Church
Warehouse District Schools
- New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts
- St. Paul Lutheran School
- KIPP Leadership Academy
Warehouse District Banks
- Hancock Whitney Bank
Warehouse District Dry Cleaners
- Washing Well Laundryteria
- Suds Dem Duds
Additional Warehouse District Amenities
- Crescent Park
- Warehouse District Opera House
- Washington Square Park
Warehouse District Neighborhood Resources
- Faubourg Warehouse District Improvement Association
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