New Orleans Condos, 1750 St. Charles Condos

    The 1750 St. Charles Ave. Condos are almost down town but not quite.  The 7 story building takes up the entire block and has 221 condos surrounding a very large landscaped courtyard.  Built in 1980 and converted into condos in 2005, these are one of the best buys when it comes to looking for space and security in Uptown New Orleans.  The entire first floor is parking for 320 cars plus the lobby and the managers office.  Every car is waived in by 24 hour security guard into the garage where several elevators lead you to your unit. 

1750 St. Charles Ave. condos

     The 1750 units either have courtyard views or street views with most views being very acceptable.  The developer did get an extra 10k per unit for units on the 5th and 6th floors when first sold to the public as condos.  The 7th floor units are the penthouse units in the rear of the building only.  Your advantage here is a private hall and some higher views.  Most the units are tow bedroom units of about 1450 sq.ft and fewer one bedrooms of about 1000 sq. ft. or more.  There are a few three bedrooms on the corners. 

      The entry is through the lobby or the interior garage.  You have a management office and security guard station in the lobby.  The courtyard is well maintained and looks like a tropical park a few steps away from all the units.  The condos completely surround the courtyard and you cannot see them form St. Charles Ave.

1750 St. Charles Ave. condos

    When these were initially sold as condos in 2005 there were a lot of elderly people that lived here because of the services and in house staff.  This has begun to change over time as more people have moved in and out of the units.  It is a very quiet place to live with easy access to the expressway and to the west-bank.  I have sold units to several young doctors and a medical student in the past couple of years.  It does not have a lot of historical features but is a well built building.  It does have nine foot ceiling and a decent amount of light in each unit.  There is a large well equipped gym on the second floor.  This is a complex that you like or dislike after about 3 minutes.  The condo fess tend to be on the higher side to pay for the security, first class upkeep  and on site management.  There are no dogs allowed in the building.


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