A condo is on the market at 220 Decatur Street—which is a four-story, 23-unit luxury condo development. Bright, airy, and modern, this clean-lined, two-bedroom condo betrays little of the circa-1868 building’s history as a hub for the Southern Shoe Company.
The upper floors of the mixed-use building had been abandoned prior to their $7.3 million renovation in 2017, which was funded in part by federal and state historic tax credits. Now, the only remnants of the condo’s past are its original hardwood floors.
One enters the 1,123-square foot condo via a side hall, which passes two bedrooms, each of which has a marble-trimmed ensuite bath. One bedroom is currently in use as an office. The hall leads to an open living area and kitchen, where large windows overlook a bustling tract of upper Decatur Street. The building’s ground floor is anchored by retail, including a women’s boutique and a tour company. It sits across the street from the House of Blues.
A hand-blown glass pendant and recessed lights illuminate the kitchen’s stainless-steel appliances and quartz countertops. But some of the dwellings’s most luxurious amenities can’t be photographed. They include housekeeping, room service, free wi-fi, dry-cleaning, and grocery delivery.
This sleek French Quarter condo will set you back $545,000.
Via: Sophie Brunner of Witry Collective, L.L.C.