Modern / Nicely Decorated Apartment (17STR-06829)
About Steven Thesman
I am an architect, born in Glendale, California. I came to New Orleans to attend Tulane University and graduated with degrees in Architecture and Historic Preservation, and developed a profound appreciation for this town's rich history and cool old buildings. I fell in love with this city and made it my home. I want you to get the most out of your visit to New Orleans, and I will provide a relaxing, comfortable, and convenient experience.
Steven Thesman purchased this Apartment in 2014
Why Steven Thesman chose Central City
My dad and I bought this house in 2014. I have lived in New Orleans for 15 years and love this city. I live in Unit B which is in the building. I am available if you need any assistance or have any questions about the apartment.
What makes this Apartment unique
I know the city very well including hidden gems and interesting areas frequented by the locals. I will gladly provide you with excellent restaurant, bar, entertainment, and touristy recommendations. There is typically always something going on and places to explore.
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
Very nice apartment. Couch fold out is surprisingly comfortable. Enjoyed our stay.
The apartment is less than 1 mi. to French Quarter, Super Dome, Magazine St, Convention Center, and the Garden District.
The building is in a commercially zoned on a quiet/safe street lined with historic oak trees line the street.
The apartment is located one block away from St. Charles Avenue and the historic streetcar. There is a wonderful Colombian Restaurant called Mais Arepas across the street and a Jamaican Restaurant called 14 Parishes. The nearest grocery store is call Rouses Market and is located on 701 Baronne Street.
OC Haley Blvd. is located a 3 blocks away and has undergone a recent redevelopment. This street includes museums, restaurants, coffee shops, a grocery store, a theater, and many other businesses.
You are just a few blocks (or a quick bike ride) to all the cool shops, bars and restaurants on Magazine Street, a 6 mile commercial corridor in the center of New Orleans.
The apartment is close to the streetcar and local bus routes throughout the city. An all day streetcar/bus pass is just $3. Transfers are good for buses too!
Directions from the Airport (20 minutes): Take I-10 East to Loyola Avenue exit, right on Baronne Street, left on Erato Street, left on Carondelet Street (one way). The apartment is on your left near the end of the block.