The One River Place Condos at 3 Poydras Street are one of the few high rise condos in the New Orleans market that takes advantage of the Mississippi River Views. The luxury condos have been around for a while and many of the units have been updated over the last 20 years . The 14 stories features 81 units of varying sizes and views. The first 3-4 stories are parking and a luxury lobby and common areas.
The higher price units are those facing the Mississippi River and have balconies overlooking the River. These were built before the Warehouse District was named. The river views are the more expensive units with those with no river views being the cheapest.
Amenities include valet parking and in house security personnel. The pool and patio over looking the Mississippi River are second to none. There is a fitness and exercise center. There are some great common areas that are often used for entertainment and parties. You have access to the Hilton Hotel where there are 8-10 indoor tennis courts and a full service work area and gym. The fees are reasonable for the gym in the Hilton.
You can see the Mississippi River Bridge in the background. Many of the 20 year old units have been upgraded over the years and have some fantastic renovated units. Two of our local sports stars live here. Reggie Bush with the New Orleans Saints and Chris Paul with the New Orleans Hornets.
The views from the units facing the Mississippi as it passes through the Crescent City is the biggest selling point for this Luxury complex. The more expensive units have patio and decks overlooking the river. You are a couple of blocks from the the French Quarter.
There are currently 7 units for sale in One River Place ranging in price from 495k to 2.2 million. There are currently 2 under contract meaning they have sold but are awaiting the act of sale. The current units for sale range from 2 bedrooms with 1700 sq. ft to one that has 4 bedrooms and is 3800 sq. ft. So many of the units have personnel touches so hard to compare one with the other as you get to the more expensive units.