The modern and artsy feel of these condominiums blends with the modern and contemporary art that is showcased in the Arts District. The neighborhoods of Tremé and French Quarter are known for showcasing art in the form of live music with a particular New Orleans flavor. So the modern art in the Arts District has the flavor of the Big Easy. Some nearby galleries where one may partake of this fare are Soren Christensen Gallery, on Julia St., Stella Jones Gallery on St. Charles Ave., and Steve Martin Fine Art, also on Julia St.
Living in the Lengsfield
Each of these galleries offers variations of the visual arts, including sculpture and photography, set in the context of Creole Culture. Residents of Lengsfield experience a unity between the interior and exterior dimensions of their life. The skyline, which is visible from these units, offers to this personal unity the backdrop of New Orleans, one of the oldest bohemias in the country.
Lengsfield Lofts are about 3 years old and contain 29 units. Each living space is open concept with a spacious main room, dining and bedroom areas. There are many fine details here that set Lengsfield apart. The concrete floors and brick walls coupled with updated kitchens contribute to the modern ambience. The bathrooms in these units are as artistic as the other parts of the dwelling. Limestone showers, agape spoon tubs, and toto toilets ensure that residents here are surrounded by small luxuries.
If you are interested in Lengsfield Lofts or real estate in the New Orleans Arts District, please contact Jason Lapene.