Address: 1000 Howard Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70113
Situated on the western side of Howard Avenue in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Archdiocese of New Orleans Building was designed by architects Mathes Bergman & Associates (now Mathes Brierre). It was originally constructed for the First National Life Insurance Co. in 1962 and featured a branch of the National Bank of Commerce. The building has subsequently been the home of the Archdiocese of New Orleans for many decades. The improvements consist of a 84,466 SF twelve (12) story + basement, office building. The attached accessory parking structure is 30,832 SF three (3) stories + basement. The total GBA is 115,298 SF.
The building is situated on a concrete slab foundation and incorporates reinforced concrete frame construction. The exterior of the building features precast concrete panel, stone, concrete block, poured concrete and a glass curtain wall with a flat, built-up roof. Interior finishes include tile and carpet floors with painted sheetrock walls and acoustical tile ceilings. The main structure is used for offices and parking and the basement is used for storage and mechanical equipment. Additional amenities include a covered entry, backup generator, three passenger elevators and 139 parking spaces.
List Price: $8,975,000 | $106.26 PSF
Main Building Area: 84,466 SF
Attached Parking Structure: 30,832 SF
Total Building Area: 115,298 SF
Gross Site Size: 1.0 Acre
# of Stories: Twelve (12) Stories + Basement
Parking: Three Level Parking Garage w/ Basement (82 Spaces) + Surface Lot (57 Spaces)
*Additional parking lot located at 1032-1042 Loyola Ave, available for purchase at $1,750,000 (67 additional parking spaces) Click For Info
Zoning: CBD-1 Core Central Business District
*Property sale will be subject to bankruptcy court approval procedures.
For more information please contact Pat Browne III at 504.250.3059, Parke McEnery at 504.236.9542, or Gordon McLeod (504.717.3648).