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Compact and cool, a Warehouse District condo asks $275K

Its dense, walkable neighborhood and skyline views are the stuff urbanite dreams are made of

Photos courtesy April Gonzalez of Crane Real Estate Brokers, Inc.

New Orleans has a lot of people fooled into thinking it’s not a small town. Although its glittering skyline, world-class restaurants, and booming tourism industry are also hallmarks of larger cities, the Big Easy boasts only 393,000 full-time residents—which makes it roughly the same size as Wichita, Kansas.

Still, some pockets of New Orleans could pass for those of a metropolis. Case in point: this one-bedroom, one-bathroom corner unit. Perched on the third floor of a 24-unit development built in 2008, its cityscape views give it an urban feel. So does its Warehouse District address, which enjoys proximity to the St. Charles Avenue streetcar, Lafayette Square Park, Rouses Market, and all Julia Street’s art galleries. (If you’re looking for a White Linen Night launch pad, this is the spot.)

At 630 square feet, with concrete floors and 12-foot ceilings, the condo feels expansive but efficient. A hallway hugs the bedroom and leads to an open living area and kitchen, all decked out with exposed brick walls and ceiling beams. HOA fees at the cat- and dog-friendly association are $306/month, and one gated parking spot comes with the condo, which is asking $274,900.

Via: April Gonzalez of Crane Real Estate Brokers, Inc.

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