Magazine Place Condos

Magazine Place, which is a warehouse conversion from a former sausage factory, features iron gating and a formidable brick exterior. The building is a show piece among the art galleries of Julia St. From the outside one notices the abundance of windows which fill the units with natural lighting. There are 57 spaces within and the building was converted from a rental to a condominium property in 2002. These units offer both street and courtyard views.

Living at Magazine Place

The courtyard truly is a sight to behold, for it is unique among the condominiums in the Arts District because of the fountain it features. Coupled with elegant archways and the tastefully placed furniture and green life, the courtyard at Magazine Place has a Mediterranean ambiance.

Original wood floors, stainless steel appliances, new cabinets, and marble bath are but a few of the details that characterize the elegant simplicity of this condominium community. Living here is made even richer with the rooftop patio and gymnasium.

In either direction there is beauty at Magazine Place. Julia St. is the locus for art galleries, studios, and museums in the Arts District. Examples of nearby art galleries to be enjoyed are the Gallery Bienvenu and the George Schmidt Gallery. Magazine St. offers shopping, groceries, and restaurants artfully placed within the Garden District, but moments away. The invitation is to be still are realize the gift.

If you are interested in Magazine Place Condos or real estate in the New Orleans Arts District, please contact Jason Lapene.

“Seriously the most knowledgeable and experienced real estate agent I’ve ever met. I fully trust him. He’s highly organized and very sharp with the contracts. If you’re going to sell a house or buy one, you have to get him. Once you work with Jason, you’ll never even think about working with any other realtor, ever.” – Temple Callahan