Condo at One River Place

Condo at One River Place

ONE RIVER PLACE is one of New Orleans’ most prestigious condo buildings. A luxurious, granite-clad structure with 15 stories and 77 residences that sits along the shore of the Mississippi River. New Orleans has developed significantly around this ideal bend of the Mississippi River, where early trade and transportation thrived 300+ years ago. As commerce along the riverfront grew, the Port and the region grew along with it.

 

 

Architect and engineer, Jerome Goldman, began development at 600 Port of New Orleans in 1984, the same year as the Louisiana World Exposition’s Fair and first year of the French Quarter Festival. The location is unbeatable, walk to local dining and shopping, front row views of the Mississippi River and room service offered by the Hilton Hotel. You’re immersed in design and luxury upon entering the grounds, an abundance of amenities offered to the residents makes this condo stand out far above the rest. Features include a 24/7 attended reception area, USPS mail pick up/delivery, FedEx/UPS and laundry service pick up/delivery, BBQ, Garden, Valet and so much more…

 

 

Unit 4B is listed for $1,295,000 and features a stunning view of the Mississippi River, the Garden and Central Business District. As you navigate through the property, you’re met with some incredible eclectic items that the seller is leaving behind to the lucky buyer.

 

 

The owner designed the space to incorporate the backdrop of New Orleans and chose elements that reflected their style and high-end taste, checkout a few highlights below:

“I chose this Artemide ceiling fixture for the master bathroom. It is the largest size, with a dimmable feature in the warmest color range.”
“This Pab Storage Unit by B&B Italia, is glossy white with a vertical sliding door. It was purchased from Ray Langley Interiors on Magazine Street post Katrina July 2006, ordered from Italy. Perfect for storage of wine, cocktail, and champagne glasses. Service of beverages from opened vertical door.”
The dining room chandelier is a Sonneman Light Fixture. “I had it hanging over the dining room table. Each of the ‘grapes’ had to be individually suspended length wise! My idea was to allow sight lines through the fixture and mimic the bridge lights.”
The wall sconces are Light Spring Double for Flos by Ron Gilad.
Hydrofoil Mirror from Horchow that hangs above the sink in the gray hall bathroom.

 

It’s clear to see that every wall and detail of this condo, was loved and considered in the design of the space. There has also been two major renovations to 4B since their ownership.

 

 

The first major renovation was at purchase in Fall 2013. Services included building a new primary closet, major overhaul of hall bathroom, floor to ceiling bookshelves in master bedroom, installation of wine cooler in kitchen, audio visual revamp and purchase of new televisions, installation of window coverings in guest bedroom and hanging fixtures. Upgraded window tinting of all windows, marble floors stripped, cleaned, and sealed twice.

 

 

Second major renovation of the primary bathroom was in December 2019 by Derose Construction. New DuraSupreme cabinetry, double sinks, new Quartz countertops, new Kohler toilet, Robert medicine cabinet, lighted mirror, Flavor Paper, and an Artimede light fixture installed. (Wall repair and painting as needed).

 

 

With so many incredible details, what are you waiting for?

Schedule an appointment and see for yourself! Contact Katie at 504.919.8585 & Ali at 917.232.1178 – and take a walk through this awe worthy property.

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Melinda Koslowsky

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