Looking for a new office near Ochsner Baptist Hospital, and the high traffic commercial corridor of Claiborne and Napoleon Avenues? Check out this stand-alone office on a high visibility corner lot! There are three separate office areas, and a large common area in the building's center. There's also several parking spots and a kitchen. The commercial zoning offers a wide array of possibilities beyond office space, and the owner may consider allowing tenants to build out for permitted uses under C-1 Zoning
Avail June 1: 683 sq ft zoned HU-MU storefront on desirable Freret St across from Company Burger between Axiom & Zeus', building completely renovated 2013. Stucco/hardy plank exterior, metal roof, & foam insulated envelope of build. Concrete floors w/ heart pine steps into rear space. Central HVAC, 16ft ceilings, & ample natural light via an inviting set of 4 French doors. ADA 1/2 bath, service closet, & cubby presently outfitted w/ salon sink per tenant use. Shared entry/egress with rear space. Owner/agent.
Just updated! Spacious Loft, custom cabinets w/ quartzite & refinished antique floors! A great building, converted 3- story 1890's warehouse in the Historic Channel, centrally located. Gated entry, attached gated garage (two spaces), elevator and stunning views on the roof deck. ~3,200sf, 3Bd, 2.5 bath & 4th room that can be an office/media room. Great layout, open. 14ft ceilings, light-filled, plenty of storage, custom closets, walk-in closet, tile baths w/ contemporary fixtures, W/D in unit. Sm. pets ok w/dep.
The rental market in the Crescent City shocks most newcomers. Let us guide you through the process at no cost to you. How? The commission structure on leases derives from the listing therefore the landlord or lessor via his listing agent pays the commission. We work all over the region though our focus remains the Eastbank and in the heart of Uptown (which is no coincidence where our office is located).
Why so shocking? Supply and demand. With the undergrad set exceeding each successive year's incoming class since 2005, the student population largely impacts the inventory. In addition to the booming film industry, our status as Hollywood South has homeowners in California unexpectedly renting here because this is where the jobs are. And lastly returnees. We still have a returning population from the events of 2005.
And then there are pets. About 2/3rds of Crescent City landlords do not rent to pets. No cats. No dogs. Nothing. Many do not want the hassle of impact the animals may have on the space, wood floors scratched, litter odor, feces, noise, not to mention insurance liability. So, if your pet is your child and non-negotiable be ready to be aggressive. Pet friendly rentals are out there, just not in quantity.