Magazine Place Condos
760 Magazine Street
Corner of Julia and Magazine Street
New Orleans Warehouse District

   The Magazine Place Condos are in the center of the New Orleans Warehouse District on the corner of Julia and Magazine. Its 7 blocks to the French Quarter, 4 blocks to the Outlet Mall, 3 blocks to the World War II Museum and 3 blocks to St. Charles Ave. It is just a great location.

    The origional building was an Armour Meat Packing Plant where sausage was made. An addition was made later when the apartments were built. These are going to be the town house style units that border the parking lot.  

    The majority of the units in the origional building are one bedrooms. They will have street view and the doors open to the courtyard. The elevator is near the parking lot and the gym. There are a few tow bedrooms but not many. 

    There are 52 units that were converted into condos in 2002. A lot has been done to the condos since that time. The one bedroom range from about 500-800 for a one bedroom unit. Wood floors in living area, high ceilings and Warehouse windows are the norm. Kitchens tend to be small. Each unit has its own washer and dryer. The two bedroom are about 1000-1200 with the townhouse styles having the most room.

   You have a nice gym on the first floor.  A nice roof top viewing area where you see the entire Warehouse District that overlooks Julia Street.

    The condo has been painted since these photos and the common areas were shaped up. This is often the case when the associations become 10-12 years old. The condo fees remain moderate and there is so much to do in the area now compared to 10 years ago.

The Courtyard of the Origional Building as you enter from Magazine Street.
Parking is in gated lot or in the basement of the complex. Most units will have parking in either place.
The Magazine Place Condos Gym on the first floor
Views from top floor deck and common areas
Looking down Julia Street from rooftop areas.

Magazine Place Condos


The Magazine Place condos are located at the corner of Julia and Magazine in the middle of the 
New Orleans Warehouse District. The 57 unit condo conversion was converted in 2002 from rentals into condos. This was a 3 story sausage factory in its earlier days. Most all of the units were renovated by the developer at the time. Most of the units have origional wood floors or were renovated with wood. They all have stackable washer/dryers, stainless steel appliances, new cabinets, marble bath units and upgrades to all the fixtures. There is a combination of oone and two bedroom units. The one bedroom units range from 600 sq.ft. to 850 sq.ft. while the two bedrooms are between 1000 sq. and 1200sq. ft. The nicer units in the origional building open to a courtyard and have exterior views of Magazine and Julia streets. Almost all of the units have parking that comes with the unit, some however do not. The parking is in the basement or adjoining lot. There are many second home people so you can usually bargain for another spot. A parking spot is woth at least 10k-15k.

The signature courtyard and fountain behind the iron gates leads to stairs and an ellevator. The Magazine Place condos have a nice gym on the first floor and one of the nicest roof top areas in the New Orleans Warehouse District. The location is perfect for the second homers being 7 blocks from the French Quarter and right in the middle of the Arts District. The Childerns Museum, Gallery Row Condos, The Lofts are all within a block. The units are well maintained. many of the two bedroom units are townhouse style built in the annex next to the origional building.

The Two Bedroom Townhouse Style Condo in the newer building
Town home style with 2 bedrooms up
Wood Floors and High Ceilings with little balcony
Not big but nice...Its the nrom for the complex....
Marcus Bouler
Marcus Bouler
1477 Louisiana Ave. Suite 101 New Orleans LA 70115