New Orleans Central Business District (CBD) represents an atmosphere ripe for business and creative arts. As one of the few areas in the city to escape significant damage from Hurricane Katrina, the CBD spent the last decade building upon its infrastructure rather than rebuilding. Not only is the CBD central for business and art, but it also serves as an international hub. France and Mexico maintain consulates in the district with many other honorary consuls representing much of the world.
In 1803, the CBD became the first expansion outside of the city’s original French Quarter boundaries.
At 201 Magazine Street, you’ll find the Merchant Lofts, a 38-unit luxury residence just a block from Canal Street and Harrah’s Casino. A vacant historic building just a few short years ago, Merchant Lofts represents the city’s bustling diversity of business, art and community in the CBD–right in the heart of it all. For the city’s history buffs, you may know Merchant Lofts by its original name, Faubourg St. Marie.
Merchant Lofts offers residents several amenities that includes on-site parking and a rooftop veranda that overlooks some of the district’s best views. In addition to Canal Street and Harrah’s, Merchant Lofts sits just a short distance from Tulane University, LSU Health Center and the Super Dome.
For more information, visit www.MerchantLofts.com, or call (504) 828-9700. Units start at $990/month.