The New Orleans Redevelopment Fund has filed plans with the city to renovate 131 Carondelet Street into a seven room hotel with ground floor commercial.
The developer proposed to spend $1,500,000 on the renovations to the four story building according to the city filing.
The New Orleans Redevelopment Fund purchased the property on December 29, 2017 for an undisclosed sum.
According to a marketing flyer, the building was recently marketed for $1,9000,000. This property is a member of Gallier Court, a row of historic buildings designed by the prominent late New Orleans architect, James Gallier, Sr. in the 1850’s.
Albert Architecture is the architect and Hernandez Consulting is the general contractor.
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