Catylist ID: #30770016
Boutique Office Space in Warehouse District
Office for Lease
|Catylist Listing ID:||30770016|
|Property Subtypes:||Office Building|
|Contiguous Space:||1,577 - 18,500 SF|
|Total Available:||20,077 SF|
|Gross Building Area:||See Agent|
$22 - 23 PSF (Annual)
|Base Monthly Rent:||$3,022 - 33,916|
|Lease Types:||Gross Lease|
|In Opportunity Zone?||Yes|
|Building Name:||400 Lafayette|
Overview / Comments
This handsome, historic three-story structure commands the corner of Lafayette and Magazine streets in the New Orleans Warehouse District, adjacent to the CBD. It consists of three former warehouses seamlessly combined to create striking office and retail spaces featuring original details like exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and large windows. It is in an easily accessible, central location.
The second floor is accessed via a separate entrance with a modern lobby and ready for buildout for large tenants.
The third floor is 1,577 sf and is ready for move in.
The ground floor consists of three retail spaces facing Magazine Street. Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ has the corner location, and there are two remaining restaurant/retail opportunities (see separate entry) with working grease traps.
The building is flanked by two parking garages (618 Magazine St and 601 Tchoupitoulas St) that provide convenient and ample parking options.
Corporate Realty both manages and leases this building.
Attachments & Media
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|Suite: Floor 2||18,500 SF||$22 PSF (Annual) Gross Lease|
|Suite: Floor 3 Office Space||1,577 SF||$23 PSF (Annual) Gross Lease|
|Nearest MSA:||New Orleans-Metairie|
|Property Located Between:||Poydras St and Magazine St.|
|Highway Access:||Pontchartrain Expressway, I-10|
|Site Description:||Three-story building seamlessly composed of three former warehouses. Striking architectural features include high ceilings, exposed brick walls, and tall windows. The location is one block in from Poydras Street and directly across from the US Courthouse, so equally accessible to CBD and Warehouse.|
|Area Description:||The Warehouse District Historic District today has achieved an enviable balance of downtown lifestyle in its combinations of residential and commercial, art galleries and museums, and entertainment and fine dining. The 1984 World’s Fair spurred economic rejuvenation, with warehouses that were primarily used for businesses related to the Port of New Orleans and now repurposed as office buildings, fashionable residential units, and boutique hotels. This is a dynamic location.|
|Total Number of Buildings:||1|
|Number of Stories:||3|
|Parking Description:||2 parking garages adjacent to building|
|Proximity:||1 mile||3 miles||5 miles|
Austin Lavin, CCIMCorporate Realty - Main Office New Orleans, LA 70170-0000
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