Julia Place Condos in the New Orleans Warehouse District, They are in the Center of the District, A Review…New Listing of Condo #226
Julia Place Condos, 333 Julia Street, New Orleans
The 333 Julia Street address is home to one of the more popular condo complexes in the New Orleans Warehouse District. I call it the center of the Warehouse District. The 101 condo units cover the entire block fronting Julia Street between Commerce and Tchoupitoulas Streets. The two buildings that make up the condo association are very different. You are in the middle of the Arts District near the Childern’s Museum and s short walk to the Convention Center and the St. Charles Street Car line.
The Bemis Building on the right was a bag factory around the 1890’s. Not sure what the building on the right is. The Bemis building is most concrete beams and large floor to ceiling windows. The building on the left is wood beams, old wood floors and it much smaller. It faces Tchoupitoulas Street.
Most of the units come with parking in a lot and on the first floor of the Bemis Building. The condo association has moderate condo fees. Julia Places features a Gym that faces Julia Street. The roof top pool, viewing areas, grilling, clubhouse are hard to beat for some great views day and night. The units are about evenly split between the one and two bedrooms units with most of the two bedroom units has exterior street views.
Julia Place Condo #226 $349,226
The 833 square condo is updated and gives one the true “feeling ” of an upscale New Orleans Warehouse District Condo. It comes furnished and has a gated parking spot in the lot adjacent to the building. The unit has an updated kitchen with new cabinets, new counters, some new appliances, breakfast bar, and has an open feel with a breakfast bar. The unit has been recently painted that gives it a fresh light look and feel.
The condo features 2 bedrooms and a bath in the hallway. No walking through a bedroom to get there. Washer and Dryer in closet. Both bedrooms have warehouse windows and the living area has two. The unique crown molding and exposed brick make an inviting picture. The wood plank floors are probably original to the historic building. The exposed beams have been exposed by recent sanding. The 14 ft. ceilings give you a larger feel with lots of natural light.
This is one of the units where you just move right it and have almost nothing to do. Most of the furniture is recent and has been rarely used. It is currently a second home and most likely will be sold as a second home. I am betting it will not stay on the market long as it have few competitors on the market right now that has this feel of luxury in a great location.
The condo fees include water, exterior insurance, upkeep of the common areas, management fees, trash, sewerage, parking lots, pool, gym and reserves. You will still need an HO6 policy for inside the walls and contents.