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Types of Condos in Cotton Mill Condominium

The Cotton Mills Condos find their historical roots in the Maginnis Cotton Mill that occupied the building from 1882-1944. The restoration of Cotton Mill was carried out by Historic Restoration, Inc., who took painstaking care to preserve the historical and architectural element of the building. Once the renovations were complete 269 units emerged. Cotton Mill offers one, two, and three bedroom condominiums, as well as penthouse suites. Several unique exterior features set Cotton Mill apart from the other condominiums in the Arts District. This structure is recognizable for its antiquity, and the cotton mills tower that enhances the skyline. A courtyard surrounds Cotton Mill that stretches for an entire city block. The courtyard features a pool with inlaid brick and party room with grills. Brick mingles with splashes of tropical green and blue creating an amazing outdoor room. Large windows are encased by arched brickwork, allowing abundant light to flow into rooms with high ceilings, solid hardwood floors and exposed cypress beams. Iron connectors, exposed pipes, and exposed masonry lend these units authentic condominium appeal. The kitchens are newly renovated to state of the art quality, with granite countertops, stainless steel, and new cabinetry. Cotton Mill Condominium in New Orleans boasts a variety of condo types designed to cater to diverse lifestyle needs. Many units feature an open-concept design, high ceilings, and large windows that allow ample natural light. The tasteful fusion of modern aesthetics and preserved historic elements such as the original exposed brick walls and hardwood floors add a unique charm to these condos.

Things to Do in the Neighborhood

Beyond the art centers and parks mentioned, there are even more attractions in the vicinity of Cotton Mill Condominium. History buffs will appreciate the close proximity to the National WWII Museum, which provides an immersive exploration of the global conflict that changed the world. For music lovers, the nearby House of Blues offers regular performances spanning various genres, but with a natural emphasis on the blues. The French Market, a lively open-air marketplace, is a must-visit for shopping enthusiasts. The market offers everything from fresh produce to handmade crafts and souvenirs. Meanwhile, fitness enthusiasts can take advantage of yoga studios and gyms in the area, such as the Downtown Fitness Center. Lastly, for a truly local experience, be sure to check out the Second Line parades, a tradition unique to New Orleans, often happening in the area during weekends and holidays.

Places to Eat

New Orleans is known for its rich culinary landscape, and the neighborhood surrounding Cotton Mill Condominium is no exception. A short stroll will lead residents to several eateries, from quaint caf├ęs to upscale restaurants. Notable places include Cochon for Southern-style eats, Herbsaint for French and Italian cuisine, and Peche for seafood lovers. For dessert, don't miss out on the famous beignets at Cafe Du Monde in the nearby French Quarter.


The neighborhood around Cotton Mill Condominium is home to several reputable schools. There are several options for both primary and secondary education close by. The International School of Louisiana offers a trilingual immersion program, while St. Alphonsus School provides a faith-based education The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts is a pre-professional arts training center offering programs in areas such as Creative Writing, Dance, Media Arts, and more.

Your Cotton Mill Real Estate Agent

Are you searching for real estate listings in the Cotton Mill Condominium building? Jason Lapene Real Estate specializes in helping you find condos for sale in the Cotton Mill. As experienced Cotton Mill condo Realtors, we can provide you with valuable information about the local market. Feel free to contact us for details on Cotton Mill condominium area schools and nearby amenities such as restaurants, things to do and airports.