The first unit of the John Paul III condo complex has hit the market. 827 Burgundy St #A is part of a four unit complex in the French Quarter that originally went on the market in 2009. The second smallest unit of the four, #A offers natural stone floors of granite and travertine that extends to its bathroom. Its current owner bought the one bedroom, one bath for far cheaper than its original ask at $171,250. He's now selling the ground floor unit for $315K, not including a monthly condo fee of $300.
Designed some 170+ years ago by famed architect James Gallier, 827 Burgundy St is part of a series of townhouses created for commercial firm Paloc and Dufour, less as a business transaction and more as an equal partnership, netting the duo three homes each. The homes are now divided residences that have been turned into condos, save for 841 Burgundy St.