3925 Burgundy St

St. Claude, New Orleans, LA

Features of 3925 Burgundy St

Total Size
52,500 sqft
Year Constructed
Year Renovated
Building Class

About 3925 Burgundy St

RE/MAX Commercial Brokers, Inc. is excited to present this opportunity to the market. The current owners originally planned to develop these properties as a four-corner development called “ICInola”. The property now consists of two truly unique improved structures, and adjoining land which is very rare in this historic, and dense part of the city. The project provides an opportunity for a developer to redevelop the properties that once housed the historic L.A. Frey & Sons Meat Packing Plant and neighboring Office Building in the historic Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans. This area is in high demand in recent years with impressive in-fill and redevelopment taking place throughout the area.

The former industrial structure that exists today has a rigid structure due to the fact that it was a factory that produced various meat products and also had a large freezer/cooler section to it requiring extremely thick walls and floors.

This listing includes "The Plant" and "The Pasture," which form the Northwest corner of the intersection of Bartholomew & Burgundy Streets in the Bywater. This property may be purchased individually, or together with "The Office Building" and "The Lot," (see Catalyst listing # 28827778).

THE PLANT: -Current zoning: L-I -Future proposed zoning: Historic Marigny/Treme/Bywater Mixed Use District (HM-MU) -Maximum Height is 75’ (current) or 55’ (future) -Floor Area Ratio of 1:1 (current) or none (future) -52,500 sq. ft. -Existing structure 2-3 “high eave height” floors -Excessive Floor Load -Excessive Structural Capacity -Parts older than 100+ years

THE PASTURE: -14,880 sq.ft. -Can accommodate 50+ cars -Could hold structure above ground level - Area description: The Bywater is one of New Orleans’ most unique neighborhoods. It is bounded roughly by North Villere Street on the north, the Mississippi River on the south, the Industrial Canal on the east, and Press Street on the west.

Like many other New Orleans neighborhoods, Bywater was once the site of riverside plantations that were eventually divided up by their owners for redevelopment. The first was the DeClouet plantation, broken into lots and streets according to a plan by Barthelemy Lafon starting in about 1809.

Between 1809 and 1834, when deputy city surveyor Charles F. Zimpel’s map of New Orleans was printed, most of what is now Bywater had been subdivided into faubourgs, known collectively as Faubourg Washington. As property became available for purchase, Creoles, Irish, Germans and Italians quickly settled it in succession, and churches were built to serve the new residents. The origins of the name “Bywater” have been variously attributed to the telephone exchange (BYwater), the name of the local post office and a competition among local schoolchildren to establish a neighborhood name sponsored by local businessmen in 1948.

The eclectic architecture of the neighborhood is dominated by shotguns and Creole cottages. Today, Bywater is home to a unique collection of music clubs, restaurants, art galleries and cafes, but the neighborhood still maintains its primarily residential character. - Number of buildings: 1 - Building condition: Average - Tenancy: Multiple Tenants

Internet Providers for 3925 Burgundy St

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