$24 Million French Quarter Multifamily Project Construction Update [We’ve Got Photos]

by • July 25, 2016 • Development, French Quarter, Multi FamilyComments (0)2839

The $24 million project to redevelop 939 Iberville Street in the French Quarter in to an 87 unit apartment building is moving right along.

The old Maison Blanche annex is being redeveloped into a mix of  one-, two- and three-bedroom market rate apartments with an average size of 1,300 square feet.  The building is five stories and will feature 87 market rate units.  The ground floor will feature an art gallery, parking, and a leasing office.

The developer is French Quarter Apartments Limited Partnership is composed of California-based companies SunAmerica Affordable Housing and DIL/SAHP Corp. Both companies are subsidiaries of AIG Global Real Estate of New York.

As you can see from the pictures below, the new courtyard at the project is going to be a beautiful addition.  The project, dubbed The French Quarter Residences, will also feature a large parking garage.  A new floor was added between the original first and second floors to make room for more parking.

The McDonnel Group is the contractor, and John C. Williams Architects is the architect.

The building, which sits next to the Ritz Hotel, was built in the late 1920s and was designed by New Orleans architect Emile Weil.

Check out the photos below.

Photo of the interior of 939 Iberville Street.

Photo of the interior of 939 Iberville Street.

Photo of the interior of 939 Iberville Street.

Photo of the interior of 939 Iberville Street.

Photo of the interior of 939 Iberville Street.

Photo of the interior of 939 Iberville Street.

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