It’s Thursday, October 23 and 3:38am in Downtown New Orleans.
Known to many New Orleanians as one of the most iconic buildings in the city, this 23-story historic landmark was completed in 1921 and was once the tallest building in the state of Louisiana and also served as a navigational beacon for ships on the Mississippi River. The white tower atop the building remains a familiar part of the skyline and during holidays is lit up with colored lights�red and green for Christmas and purple, green, and gold for New Orleans Mardi Gras. HRI Properties and Woodward Interests are currently rehabilitating the building to create 175 apartment residences. Amenities include rooftop swimming pool and deck, fitness center, covered bicycle parking, community room, and on-site property management office. The existing Capital One bank branch will remain open on the ground floor throughout construction and after completion. Hibernia Tower Apartments is located in the Central Business District on the St. Charles Streetcar Line, and within easy walking distance to the French Quarter, Lafayette Square, Rouse�s Supermarket, the Mercedes Benz Superdome, Harrah�s Casino, the Riverwalk, and Algiers Ferry.
1 Bedrooms: 542 Sq. Ft. – 965 Sq. Ft.
2 Bedrooms: 874 Sq. Ft. – 1317 Sq. Ft.
Roof Top Swimming Pool with Panoramic City Views, Card Access Entry System, Newly Renovated Historic Building, On-Site Management, Fitness Center, On-Site Bicycle Parking, Located on the Streetcar Line, Online Rental Payment Option, Community & Entertainment Room, Preferred Employer Program, and Pet Friendly.
Granite Countertops, In-Unit Washer/Dryer Included, Hardwood Floors, Stainless Steel Kitchen Appliances, Dish Washer, Self-Closing Drawers in Kitchen & Bathroom, Cable and High-Speed Internet Access, Individually Controlled Central Air & Heat, and Ceiling Fans.
DETAILS812 Gravier St
New Orleans, LA 70112
Monday-Friday: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Downtown is a collage of 8 distinct neighborhoods that includes 4 historic districts.
Downtown's population has doubled in the past 10 years to 5,100 residents. It is expected to double again by 2020.
Louisiana ranked #1 State of the Year Southern Business & Development
Downtown welcomes approximately 120,000 people on a given week-day, enough to make it the fourth largest city in Louisiana
Sporting and cultural events attract 2.5 million visitors Downtown each year
New Orleans ranked in top 10 "Next Cities" of the best places to live and work for young professionals Next Generation Consulting
Hungry? There are 176 restaurants and 32 sidewalk cafes in Downtown New Orleans
$3.4 billion invested Downtown since 2005