New Orleans Warehouse District Condos, You are on the Mississippi River

     The boundaries of the New Orleans Warehouse District are some nationally known natural boundaries and plus the man made ones.  The one natural boundary is the Mississippi River as it nears the Gulf Of Mexico in the Crescent City.  At this point the Mississippi River has some amazing stats, the river over 200 ft. deep at this point, 436,000 tons of sediments flows past this point on average.  That is a lot of dirt form the Mississippi River Valley.  The amount of water is amazing at 600,000 cubic feet per second. 

     The other boundaries are the Mississippi River Bridge that connects Algiers on the West Bank and New Orleans on the East Bank.  The New Orleans French Quarter is down river and and an easy walk from all areas of the Warehouse District is the historical boundary.  The last boundary to the west is the Louisiana  Super Dome, home of the Saints.  Now you have a pretty good idea of where you are.       

Mississippi River runs by the New Orleans Warehouse District

     The odd thing is that very few condos have views of the Mississippi River.  One River Place is the only condos built on the river in the Warehouse District.  The Tracage Condos near the Mississippi River Bridge  on Annunciation Street are in the pre sale stage and will have plenty of units with views in the 25 story condo complex.  You can visit the River Walk shopping complex for some great views of the Mississippi River next to the New Orleans Convention Center.  The nice thing about the entire Warehouse District are is that your car is not needed every day.

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