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New Orleans Warehouse District Condos- Julia Street can be considered Main street or the center of the Warehouse District!

      The New Orleans Warehouse District is an area of Old Warehouses, office buildings and new construction that features condos as the primary form of residences.  This is the New Orleans answer to downtown living.  The center of the area is Julia Street for several reasons,  its the geographic center and a large majority of the condo complexes are on Julia Street or the immediate area. 

      Julia Street is home to several condo complexes that have sprung up over the last 5-6 years including Magazine Place , Gallery Row , Julia Place , The Lofts , The Rotunda, and 835 Julia Condos.  Julia Street is home to the Children’s Museum, offices, hotels and  numerous art galleries.  At the end of Julia nearest the Mississippi River is the beginning of the River Walk shopping complex as well as the New Orleans Convention Center.  

     The Julia Street location is an easy walk to the New Orleans French Quarter.  The interstate is blocks away so its easy to go East or West on I-10.  Harrah’s Casino, Fulton Street, Audubon Aquarium, and various hotels have a very large presence near the New Orleans Convention Center.  The central location has made the area a favorite spot for second home owners as it is very family friendly.  Its an easy walk to many of New Orleans better restaurants.

     The New Orleans Warehouse District is within walking distance to the downtown area so it has become a trendy place to live for young professionals who chose an urban lifestyle.  It has become a favorite place for medical students, residents since the Warehouse District and Julia Street is about a mile away from Tulane and LSU Medical Schools.

    The Julia Street area is ideal for walking.  The St. Charles Ave. street car line crosses  Julia Street in the 600 block.  This makes it an easy ride to Uptown New Orleans.  The area got its major lift with the expansions of the New Orleans Convention Center, New Orleans Area-Home to the Hornets and the Super Dome activities.  The Convention center attracted more hotels to the area and the attractions and living experiences have expanded since the early days.

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