Catylist ID: #30269806
Newly Renovated Tchoupitoulas Corridor Retail/Office Space
Retail-Commercial for Lease
|Catylist Listing ID:||30269806|
|Property Subtypes:||Mixed Use, Restaurant, Street Retail, Tavern/Bar/Nightclub|
|Contiguous Space:||4,560 SF|
|Gross Building Area:||See Agent|
|Gross Land Area:||115,448 SF|
$18 PSF (Annual)
|Building Name:||Centennial Cotton Press|
Overview / Comments
The Centennial Cotton Press Building harkens back to a time when New Orleans handled nearly one-third of all cotton produced in America and hosted the World's Cotton Centennial Exposition in 1884. The Cotton Press, along with the other buildings in the block, have been completely renovated by Renaissance Neighborhood Development Corporation (RNDC), a subsidiary of Volunteers of America (VOA).
The residential component of the redevelopment includes 15 junior one-bedroom, 32 one-bedroom and 5 two-bedroom apartment homes which are certified LEED for Homes Silver. Another component is an 8,000sf commercial kitchen operating as The Fresh Food Initiative. The unique program serves healthy meals to local schools and provides job training in the culinary arts to 125 individuals annually.
The commercial space is perfect for an office, retail or other creative user. It features a blend of old and new; the free span space is complemented by updated electrical and brand new HVAC systems. Other features include 14' cypress beams crossing a gabled roof with 25.5' eaves at center and 14' eaves on either side of the space. At least 8, and possibly more, dedicated parking spaces are available for this property.
The New Orleans Regional Planning Commission showed ADT of 32,529 at this site in 2009.
Marketing photos courtesy of Julia Ballard.
Attachments & Media
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|Suite: A||4,560 SF||$6,840 (Monthly) NNN|
|Space Available:||4,560 SF|
$18 PSF (Annual)
|Lease Term:||36 Months|
|CAM Expenses||$3.95 PSF (Annual)|
|Nearest MSA:||New Orleans-Metairie|
|Property Located Between:||Celeste & Nuns Streets|
|Side of Street:||East|
|Area Description:||The Lower Garden District was laid out in 1806-07 by Barthelemy Lafon as an open, semi-urban system of interrelated parks with basins, fountains and canals. The area closest to the Mississippi remains largely industrial, but is spotted with new development, including Second Line Stages, the Wal-Mart anchored redevelopment of the St. Thomas housing projects and proposed redevelopment of the Market Street power plant, just a block from the subject property.|
|Total Number of Buildings:||2|
|Number of Stories:||4|
|Zoning Description:||"The purpose of this district is to provide for a wide variety of uses in the older industrial and warehousing areas of the City. The district encourages adaptive reuse of large, older structures for mixed-use development, which could include commercial, office, residential and certain light manufacturing uses." See full text of zoning under "Attachments & Media."|
|Proximity:||1 mile||3 miles||5 miles|
Jonathan D ShaverRE/MAX Commercial Brokers Inc Metairie, LA 70002
Cameron LombardoRE/MAX Commercial Brokers Inc Metairie, LA 70002
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