Residence Josephine is a newly completed four-story condominium development located where the Irish Channel meets the Lower Garden District. The completed project has 28 two-bedroom two-bathroom units, starting at $269,500. Home Owners’ Association dues range from $263 - $271 per month.
“In developing Residence Josephine, we saw that the market was demanding housing that was turnkey and convenient for those who commute to jobs around New Orleans or travel in for visits from out of town,” said Chris Bellone, lead developer of Residence Josephine. “This development is an opportunity for people to live in a central location while enjoying desirable lifestyle amenities, all with the ease of a fully-managed condominium atmosphere.”
The location of the development boasts the convenience of quick access to other parts of the city, combined with the ease of walkability to Magazine Street's vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment corridor. Owners are also just a few blocks away from the central artery of Tchoupitoulas Street, for easy access to the French Quarter, Warehouse District, CBD, Uptown New Orleans, Jefferson and surrounding parishes.
Residence Josephine features lifestyle amenities that include sweeping views of downtown New Orleans and the Mississippi River, a pool and covered entertaining area, and secure gated off-street parking. There are also two dedicated-ADA units with accessible entrances, wide doorways and hallways, and accessible kitchens and bathrooms.
Modern luxury finishes at Residence Josephine were sourced and designed by Monica Melancon of Melancon Ortega Designs. Some of the many highlights include quartz countertops, GE appliances, and a stacked washer and dryer in every unit.
The general contractor is Spartan Construction and the architect is Steve Finegan Architects. Additionally, with each unit sold, Residence Josephine will make a donation to St. Michael’s Special School which focuses of the growth and education of students with special educational needs.
The professional condo management offered by Residence Josephine allows residents to enjoy a turnkey living experience. Owners will enjoy an online portal for making HOA dues payments and access to 24 hour-a-day support.
The neighborhood surrounding Residence Josephine has experienced enormous growth in recent years with the development of the Brewery Corridor, which includes NOLA Brewing, Urban South Brewing, and Courtyard Brewing within just a few blocks of Residence Josephine. There is also the exciting addition of many new restaurants and bars in the area, including Turkey & the Wolf, District Donuts, PJ’s Coffee and The Tchoup Yard, alongside the continued success of neighborhood standards like Stein’s Deli and Juan’s Flying Burrito.
Just blocks away, Magazine Street offers local record shops, vintage stores and antique shops alongside high-end retail outlets like Elle Boutique, Aidan Gill For Men and Free People. Residence Josephine is located where two historic neighborhoods – the Irish Channel and the Lower Garden District – meet. The Irish Channel neighborhood gets its name because it was originally settled largely by immigrants from Ireland in the early 19th century, while the Lower Garden District neighborhood was developed by surveyor Barthelemy Lafon, who named the streets in the area after Greek Muses and created the entertainment and shopping districts that still flourish today.
Units are available for viewing by appointment with the brokers at The McEnery Company.
Angela Carll may be reached at email@example.com
About the Condos
Address: Residence Josephine
2100 St. Thomas St. in the Irish Channel / Lower Garden District
Living area: Twenty-eight units; from 947 square feet
Extras: Each unit includes modern finishes, quartz countertops, GE appliances, including stackable washer and dryer unit, LED lighting, high-end bathroom finishes and one assigned parking space per unit.
Price: Starting at $269,500
The McEnery Company
The McEnery Company