$25 Million, 4-Story Apartment Complex Planned for Treme [Check Out The Renderings]

by • May 1, 2018 • Multi Family, Public Development, Public Finance, TremeComments (0)3210

McCormack Baron Salazar, one of the nation’s largest developers, has filed plans for design review for the construction of a new apartment complex in Treme.

The project will feature 76 apartments and total 82,000 square feet built over four stories.   30 of the units are reserved for former Iberville residents and 46 will be available at market rate leases.

The development will be constructed at the site of the former Winn Dixie, directly adjacent to the French Quarter RV Resort.

The project is being financed by the Housing Authority of New Orleans and with federal funds from HUD.

The development is part of the Iberville redevelopment that has been undertaken over the last five years and has begun to transform the entire area.

 HCI Architecture, Inc. APC is the architect of record.  Check out the renderings and floor plans below.

Rendering by HCI Architecture, Inc. via City of New Orleans.

Rendering by HCI Architecture, Inc. via City of New Orleans.

Floor plan by HCI Architecture, Inc. via City of New Orleans.

Rendering by HCI Architecture, Inc. via City of New Orleans.

Rendering by HCI Architecture, Inc. via City of New Orleans.

Floor plan by HCI Architecture, Inc. via City of New Orleans.

 

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