Property tour features style of New Orleans: the NAA Property Tours, held in conjunction with the 2003 NAA Conference & Exposition June 19-21 in New Orleans, allows attendees to visit three exciting, innovative and prestigious apartment communities in New Orleans.The Apartment Association of Greater New Orleans New Orleans (ôr`lēənz –lənz, ôrlēnz`), city (2006 pop. 187,525), coextensive with Orleans parish, SE La., between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain, 107 mi (172 km) by water from the river mouth; founded is pleased to show three very different properties to attendees of the 2003 NAA NAA
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The National Register of Historic Places . Formerly an industrial site, this property has been reborn as a community of 268 apartment homes plus space for retail shops.
On the other hand, Palmetto palmetto
or cabbage palmetto
Tree (Sabal palmetto) of the palm family, occurring in the southeastern U.S. and the West Indies. Commonly grown for shade and as ornamentals along avenues, palmettos grow to about 80 ft (24 m) tall and have fan-shaped leaves. Creek Apartments is an all-new community of 216 luxury garden apartment homes in the fast-growing Elmwood Business District.
Finally, The Saulet ix one of the largest communities in New Orleans. It is located near the Mississippi River Mississippi River
River, central U.S. It rises at Lake Itasca in Minnesota and flows south, meeting its major tributaries, the Missouri and the Ohio rivers, about halfway along its journey to the Gulf of Mexico. between the Central Business District and the lower Garden District.
American Can was once an industrial area where more than 1,500 workers made cans for storage of oil, beer, paint, carbonated beverages and coffee. This luxury property is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been restored according to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. the preservation guidelines established by the U.S. Secretary of Interior.
This gated community gat·ed community
A subdivision or neighborhood, often surrounded by a barrier, to which entry is restricted to residents and their guests. features six buildings, housing 268 apartments of one-, two- and three-bedrooms that range from 660 square feet to 1,265 square feet. All of the floor plans are unique and reveal original architecture. All apartments overlook the New Orleans skyline, Bayou St. John Bayou St. John is a bayou within the city of New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Bayou as a natural feature drained the swampy land of a good portion of what was to become New Orleans into Lake Pontchartrain. or the courtyard.
Interiors offer 13-foot ceilings with the original wall-to-wall windows, washer, dryer, fully equipped kitchens, Internet access See how to access the Internet. and enhanced cable television service. Preser-vation guidelines required the retention of the original signage, existing brick walls, cypress wood beams and concrete and wood columns. The retention of these elements, combined with the uniqueness of the structure, result in a wide variety of available floor plans.
The community offers a fitness center, swimming pool, picnic area and a 24-hour business center that is equipped with computers, a fax machine and copy access. The entertainment center offers audio and visual conferencing capabilities. The property has a 24-hour uniformed courtesy personnel and 24-hour maintenance personnel, which is on standby alert for after-hour emergencies.
American Can features office and retail space--a coffee shop, drycleaners and wine shop on the first floor. American Can hosts an open-air tent farmer's market every Thursday, offering fruits, vegetables and seafood.
American Can is a partnership between Historic Restorations Inc. (HRI HRI Horse Racing Ireland
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HRI Human-Robot Interaction
HRI Hellenic Resources Institute (Greece)
HRI Human Rights Internet (Ottawa, Canada) Group), a New Orleans-based developer, and Housing Horizons L.L.C., a wholly owned company of Kimberly-Clark Corp. Since 1982, HRI has developed and renovated more than 23 National Register buildings. Its mission is to renew cities by creating diverse, sustainable communities.
Palmetto Creek Apartments
Palmetto Creek Apartments is the latest addition to the Favrot & Shane portfolio of gated garden communities.
The community consists of 216 garden apartment homes, designed to appeal to residents seeking a new level in luxury garden home living. Palmetto Creek features one- and two-bedroom homes with all the amenities and space of luxury homes.
Residents enjoy resort-style elegance combined with the convenience of a prime location. Palmetto Creek offers quick access to business, retail, banking, entertainment and fine restaurants in the Elmwood/River Ridge area.
The property is a low-density mix of three-story apartment buildings with direct access garages. Community highlights include sensor-controlled access gates, 24-hour emergency maintenance and an onsite fitness center. Outdoor exercise is enhanced with a three-quarter mile exercise path with custom designed circuit training stations. The community has lush landscaping, winding creeks, fountains, a pool and tennis court.
Many Palmetto Creek apartments include access via a covered walkway to a private garage. Responding to the needs of those seeking larger apartments with abundant closet space, unit sizes range from 1,049 square feet to 1,327 square feet for one- and two-bedroom units, respectively. The size and layout of the two-bedroom apartments, each of which includes two full baths, make them ideal for roommates.
Palmetto Creek offers all the amenities and space of a luxury home. Interior amenities include nine-foot ceilings, full-size washer/dryers, electronic intrusion alarms, oversized o·ver·size
1. A size that is larger than usual.
2. An oversize article or object.
adj. o·ver·size also o·ver·sized
Larger in size than usual or necessary. tubs and marble alcoves, refrigerators with icemakers, wood burning fireplaces, bookcases, and ceramic tile floors in kitchens and baths.
The design team designed the kitchen opening into the dining area to make entertaining easier. The home's breakfast bar makes it convenient to enjoy a quick bite.
Some new features are crown molding Crown molding encapsulates a large family of moldings which are designed to gracefully flare out to a finished top edge; generally used for capping walls, pilasters, cabinets; used extensively in the creation of interior and exterior cornice assemblies and door and window hoods. , two-inch plantation blinds, double sinks with high arc faucets and built-in bookcases in the sun room.
Each apartment is designed and built with the residents' practical convenience in mind. The property is fully wired for phone, cable television and high-speed Internet See broadband. access. Residents enjoy the services of 24-hour maintenance staff.
Palmetto Creek will be professionally managed by 1st Lake Properties Inc., a local multifamily management company with more than 33 years of experience.
The Saulet name first appeared as one of the Crescent City's most impressive private estates about two centuries ago. Today, The Saulet signifies a multifamily community offering 703 apartment homes within walking distance of the Mississippi riverfront riv·er·front
The land or property along a river. and Morial Convention Center. The Saulet's development has proven to be an important component of the revitalization of the Central Business district.
This community is a mix of rental and retail, featuring a submarine sandwich shop, day spa A day spa is a business establishment which people visit for personal care treatments such as massages and facials. It is similar to a beauty salon in that it is only visited for the duration of the treatment. and small restaurant.
The Saulet was designed to combine the style of French Quarter living with off-street parking and modern amenities. Completed in January 2002, this community offers one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes, with 9-foot ceilings and crown molding, polished concrete floors or Berber carpet Berber carpets are a style of carpet containing big and small tufts. It uses a cut pile construction type, and usually contains small flecks of dark color on lighter shade background colors. , washer/dryer connections, intrusion alarm systems, high-speed Internet connections and wiring for Dolby surround A digital audio encoding system from Dolby that provides four channels. Derived from the Dolby Stereo technology used in movie theaters, Dolby Surround was introduced in the early 1980s for video soundtracks, audio cassettes, CDs, TV broadcasts, video games and PC software. sound.
Some apartment homes feature attached garages, built-in computer desks and bookcases, and French doors with a wraparound Wraparound
A financing device that permits an existing loan to be refinanced and new money to be advanced at an interest rate between the rate charged on the old loan and the current market interest rate. balcony.
This property features an onsite art gallery, clubhouse with clubroom club·room
A room used for meetings or activities of a club.
Noun 1. clubroom - a room used for the activities of a club , and business center with computer, fax machine and copier. There is a 2,500-square-foot fitness facility complete with free weights, treadmills, bikes, etc. The pool offers a lap pool and Jacuzzi, while the clubhouse features a gourmet teaching kitchen where local chefs visit once a month and prepare a dish for all residents to enjoy.
A full-time concierge, offering all of the services normally found in a luxury hotel, serves The Saulet's residents' miscellaneous needs and is in charge of community activities.
The Saulet is professionally managed by Greystar, a nationwide full-service real estate firm.
Stacey Shane Schott, CAPS, CAM, bas served the last three years as the President of the Apartment Association of Greater New Orleans. For the past 14 years, she has been in all phases of property management, presently working for family-owned Favrot and Shane Companies Inc. in construction and development. Robert B. Ramirez has been Vice President for Finance at Favrot and Shane Companies Inc. for the last nine years. Favrot and Shane Companies' affiliated management company, 1st Lake Properties, manages more than 7,000 apartment homes.