The Arts Warehouse District of New Orleans is a truly special spot where old meets new. Meandering down the cobblestone streets while soaking in the modern architecture that has been tastefully entwined with the 19th century structures of old, you can appreciate the history of New Orleans while treating yourself to all the modern conveniences your heart desires. Delight in the art exhibitions present throughout, or simply become part of the art as you delve into this unique community and explore the most amazing Warehouse District apartments in New Orleans.
Unique Warehouse District Apartments in New Orleans
In a district that prides themselves on bringing the past and present into the future, you can rest assured that the Warehouse District New Orleans apartments you book with My Southern Comfort will dazzle with history while sparkling with luxury. All of our units have been tastefully designed to incorporate all the historical features you appreciate – think extraordinary brick and stonework, distinguishable lighting, and unparalleled glasswork present in windows and doors. Coupled together with high-end bedding, fully equipped kitchens, and spa-like bathroom retreats, your stay in the Arts Warehouse District is guaranteed to exceed all expectations.
Never a Dull Moment
Artsy, sophisticated, and trendy are all words used to describe this special corner of the Crescent City. Although it was first settled as a 19th century industrial area, you’d never guess it as you stroll down Julia Street (also known as Gallery Row), soaking in the one-of-a-kind artwork while sipping on beverages sure to satisfy. This district is also known for its world-renowned restaurants that made chefs like Emeril Lagasse a household name. Offering food varieties ranging from creole to Cajun, contemporary, American, and everything in between, dining in this district is sure to invoke emotional experiences similar to those you’d find at an art viewing.
It’s no secret that New Orleans is widely known for their Mardi Gras celebration; however, this festive time of year only takes place during the beginning months of the year leading up to Easter. Now you don’t have to fret about what time of year you visit New Orleans because Mardi Gras World is open year-round. Located next to the Convention Center, Mardi Gras World is the world’s largest float designing and building facility. While the tradition of floats started in 1837 (drawn by mule-driven carriages back then), today more than 80% of the floats that grace the streets of New Orleans during Carnival season are constructed right here. Book a tour and learn all about the Mardi Gras traditions surrounding New Orleans festive parades, balls, and parties.
The Arts Warehouse District is also home to other museums, including the National WWII Museum and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Continue your art appreciation at the Contemporary Arts Center or try your luck at the Harrah’s New Orleans Casino. There’s something for everyone in the Arts Warehouse District!
Travel to the Past and the Future: Visit the Arts Warehouse District Today
Contact My Southern Comfort to snatch a spot in the up and coming Arts Warehouse District. Centrally located with lots to see and do, you’ll be so pleased you found such perfect Warehouse District New Orleans apartments for your New Orleans getaway.