Large Mixed-Use Development Planned for Bywater (Plans Included)

by • March 12, 2015 • Bywater, Commercial, Multi Family, Renovation, ResidentialComments (1)11611

Plans were filed with the New Orleans HDLC for a mixed use development spanning two buildings: one at 901 Bartholomew St and the other at 3925 Burgundy St.  Terrell Fabacher are the architects.

The sellers originally planned to develop these properties as a four-corner development called “ICInola”, but have since decided to sell.

According to a listing from real estate broker Jonathan Shaver with RE/MAX, the site encompasses nearly 80,000 square feet of improvements and 8,000 square feet of vacant land across all four sites.  The entire complex is listed at $3,000,000.

The former industrial structure that exists today has a rigid structure due to the fact that it was a factory that produced various meat products and also had a large freezer/cooler section to it requiring extremely thick walls and floors.

Photo via RE/MAX Listing

Photo via RE/MAX Listing

Below are pics of the sites today:



3925 Burgundy Street will consist of ground level commercial and 37 residential units on floors 2-4. There will also be an adjacent parking lot with 55 spaces.  

Renderings and plans for 3925 Burgundy Street below:


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The second building( 901 Bartholomew) will consist of two floors with a total of 10 residential units. There will also be an adjacent parking lot with 23 spaces and ample bicycle parking. 

Renderings and plans for 901 Bartholomew below:


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