The Cotton Mill Condos were converted into condos in 2004-2005. There are 288 units in the building that were apartments before that with several penthouse on the roof. The Building was once a Cotton Mill built 1882. It employed about a 1000 people at its peak. It covers an entire block in the New OrleansWarehouse District at 920 Poeyfarre Street between Constance and Annunciation Street.
The units are of varying sizes and configurations. Some condos have exterior view and some have courtyard views. The common historic features that people love are the exposed brick, large warehouse windows, exposed beams, high ceilings ranging from 14′ to 20′, natural light, wood floors and all the common areas the Cotton Mill has to offer.
The common areas include a large courtyard of 25,000 sq. ft. of space with trees, tables, a pool, walkways in the middle of the complex. There is a secure lobby that is manned 24 hours per day. An on site manager and staff that does a great job. There is a large gym, bike storage area, meeting room next to the pool.
The large windows feature city views and views of the courtyard. Even number units have courtyard views while odd number units have city views. Most units have at least two large windows that are at least 6 ft. by 10 ft. on the exposed brick wall. This give the units what I call a true warehouse feel.
The location in the New Orleans Warehouse District is a block from the World War II Museum, several blocks to the Convention Center, a longer walk to the Superdome, Smoothie King Arena and the French Quarter.
Take a look at the photos below to get a feel for the complex. There is no parking but there are several lots adjacent to the building where you can park on a month to month basis. I have had clients who parked on the street for years however. The condo fees are moderate and you get a lot of common area for the money. The building is well-kept up and you have had ongoing improvements over the last 10 years…
I have sold over thirty condos in the building so could answer most questions that you may have. A Call away, Eric…
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