Sunny 1BR in Arts/Warehouse District

Arts / Warehouse District, New Orleans

2 Person | 1 Bedroom | 1.0 Bath

At this Sonder, you'll love the beautiful expansive windows with incredible natural light, stylish bedroom with a comfortable Queen-size bed, and sleek fully-equipped kitchen with modern appliances. Located in the Central Business District, known for its wonderful eateries and lively bars, you're just a few blocks away from all the action.

The Space

Amenities

Wifi WiFi
Television Television
Satellite or tv cable Satellite or cable
Air conditioning Air conditioning
Stocked kitchen Stocked kitchen
Laundry In unit laundry
Hdmi cable HDMI cable
Dishwasher Dishwasher
Microwave Microwave
Oven Oven
Stove Stove
Fridge Fridge
Coffee maker Coffee maker
Kitchen utensils Kitchen utensils

Bedroom Breakdown

Bedroom: 1 Queen Size Bed


Parking

Paid street parking nearby.

There's a paid parking lot nearby.

Drivers can find paid parking options nearby, but please be mindful of street signs.


Accessibility

Elevators available

1st floor


Things to Know

Vacation Rental License No.: 18STR-01020

The terrace at this Sonder is shared, but you'll have the rest of the apartment all to yourself.


House Rules

There are a few simple rules. No smoking, no parties or events, and no pets. To be respectful of our neighbors, please keep noise down after 9pm.

Arts / Warehouse District

The Neighborhood

The Warehouse District (named because it was heavily devoted to warehousing and manufacturing before shipping became containerized) is known today as the New Orleans Arts District. The transformation from an urban wasteland to what many have called the "SoHo of the South” began in 1976 with the opening of the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC). The area also houses the city’s lively Arts District, with major museums and a myriad of galleries along Julia Street. An Art Walk is held the first Saturday of each month from 6-9 p.m. with galleries in the neighborhood opening their doors to showcase their wares. As a designated Louisiana Cultural District, there is no sales tax charged on any original works of art sold in the Arts District!

There's plenty to offer within walking distance. Head to the historic Emeril's Delmonico for a wonderful Creole dish. Or try Willa Jean for a classic Southern cuisine in a retro-chic cafe. For shopping, check out the Canal Place shopping mall. Then take a stroll over to Woldenberg Park and enjoy beautiful views of the Mississippi River. To explore the rest of the city, grab the street car at the St. Charles at Girod station just down the street.

Getting Around
Nearest Public Transportation Station St. Charles at Girod - Street Car
Driving to Downtown 8 min
Public Transportation to Downtown 8 min