The conversions of 1920’s apartment into condos has always been fascinating to me. Thay all seem to have some neat features that make them ideal conversions into condos. The majority of the complexes are one bedroom with a few two bedroom units. Most of the condos are in the uptown area near or on St. Charles Ave, See St. Charles Ave. Condos. I think it was to be close to the streetcar line as many did not have cars of their own in those days.
All seem to have multiple entrances into hallways that have the units off of a large foyer. Many have 4-6 units in a pod with their own entrance. I think was happening at a time when women were beginning to work outside the home and needed places that were well protected and safe. The all have enough windows that allow for a lot of natural light. The best views are of course the views that look out on St. Charles Ave.
The one that I have pictured below are all on St. Charles Ave. but they will be scattered in the Uptown neighborhoods. They all have special details that do set them apart from each other as you can see by the variety of looks shown below.
Many now make excellent second homes and great places to be for students going to the local schools as they are close to Tulane, Loyola and the Medical Schools of Tulane and LSU. There currently almost none of these on the market right now. The student population tends to make them seasonal in nature. Everyone that bought 4 years ago will be in the plus column if they bought in 2009-2009 time frame.