Besides Location, Condition, Size and Parking in the New Orleans Condo Market; Common Areas are becoming a more important factor in value and in demand. More people want areas where they can relax without going outside the complex. These amenities are courtyards, pools, gyms, lobbies, atriums and things that add to the pleasure of condo living in the city of New Orleans.
One of the best ways is to show you the types of things that you will not often see from the outside of the condo complex. So lets take a look at some of my favorite ones….Lets start with the pools. It is as much as the visual images as people wanting to swim. Having a pool in the courtyard is so soothing and cooling on a Summer day and we have plenty of those. Water tends to have the relaxing effect…..
What a great way to meet new people. A great way to bond with your friends. Your pets like the outside areas where allowed. If this is a second home then you want and appreciate areas to relax and enjoy family and friends. Most courtyards have grilling areas and grills. Just bring your own food and drink. No need to drive or dress up if you just have to walk out your door….
Take a look at some of the condo complexes and see what you are missing or have not seen what some of the common areas look like. The better the areas are kept up then the more valuable in the long run. Most are well kept and clean everyday. You do pay for these in your condo fees.
French Condos On Chartres
French Quarter Condos on Royal Street
French Quarter Condos on Toulouse
Pontchartrain Place Condos in Metairie
3915 St. Charles Ave., St Charles Gardens
Villa D’ Orleans, Edenborn in Metairie
Gallery Row Condos, New Orleans Warehouse District
Federal Fibre Mills Condos, Warehouse District
Federal Fibre Mills Courtyards
1750 St. Charles Ave. Condos, New Orleans
448 Julia Street, New Orleans Warehouse District
3300 St. Charles Avenue Condo Entrance
700 S. Peters Condos, Light and Atrium
817 Royal Street Condos, Courtyard and Fountains
Federal Fibre Mills Condos, The Lobby
Rooftop at Julia Place, Warehouse District
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