A developer has filed plans with the city to construct a 4 story building with 12 residential units on floors two through four, and a 1550 square foot ground floor commercial space.
The new construction is in a great location at 3220 Chartres Street, immediately adjacent to the Crescent Park bridge in the Bywater. According to city records, the project includes 24,000 square feet of new construction at a cost of $5.5 million. The property is zoned HM-MU.
The owners of the building are David Fuselier and Patrick Schoen. The previous land owner was Shea Embry, a developer who had proposed the iCiNOLA development right after Katrina.
The project is immediately next to the luxury mixed-use development proposed for 3200 Chartres by Developer MK Red. That project will be a top of line, well designed, 55 foot condo building featuring 16 luxury condominium units. The development will feature a modern design.
Mathes Brierre Architects is the architect of record. Renderings and designs below.