A unique architectural structure, the building of Commodore Condominiums was built in the 1920’s as an apartment complex. In 2004 Commodore was converted to one bedroom and studio condominiums. Brick exterior and red clay tile roof complement the iron gates and window casing of this 90 year old building. Three stories high with 31 units, the units are centered on an interior courtyard, with trees and green space to find quiet from the bustling sidewalks and street car out front.
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Living in the Commodore
Commodore now features high end details like stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. Hard wood floors and updated bathrooms add simple luxury to these units, while elegant windows through which one may view either the Avenue or the Courtyard provide an abundance of natural lighting. The historical element permeates Commodore Condominiums, with its architecture from the 1920’s, one can imagine life on St. Charles in another era. This is a good environment for students, writers, and those with artistic pursuits. Nearby one may relax at one of the coffee houses and watering holes that cater to the local community. Some local favorites on St. Charles include Miss Aimee B’s Tea Room and St. Charles Vintage House. One can imagine sitting outside on one of the benches in the courtyard with a journal, or on the lawn at Audubon Park with a pencil and sketchbook. Whatever the form of one’s medium, St. Charles offers inspiration to feed a creative spirit. If you are interested in Commodore Condos, or real estate in the Garden District, please contact NOLA Realty.