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401 N Carrollton Ave

Mid-City, New Orleans, LA

Facts

Total Size
6 sqft 
Zoning
C  
Year Constructed
2013  
Year Renovated
0  
Building Class
 

About 401 N Carrollton Ave

Located on the northwest corner of North Carrollton Avenue and Bienville Street in New Orleans, Louisiana, Mid-City Market serves as the retail and restaurant center of the community. Grocery anchored by a new Winn-Dixie Supermarket, the site features small shop, junior anchor and restaurant space. The oak-lined area has long been a local favorite for restaurants, coffee shops, retail, service and recreation. The stable income base and encouraging demographics verifies the Mid-City area’s ability to thrive since Hurricane Katrina.

This beautiful addition to the city will provide services to a great number of local residents and visitors. The nearby future New Orleans BioDistrict will spur further desirability and economic growth to the area. The surrounding density creates a barrier which limits competition for Mid-City Market tenants. With over 100,000 square feet of commercial space, the project will bring new retailers to an established, historical neighborhood and offer a rare opportunity to penetrate a stable market. Our mission is to create economically sustainable retail developments that produce long-lasting benefits to the communities in which they are built. Please contact one of our leasing agents if you are interested in space for your business. - Area description: Nearby Landmarks: Costco Wholesale, Rouses Supermarket, Walgreens, City Park, Nike Factory Outlet Store, Canal Streetcar Line, Proposed Lafitte Greenway - Number of buildings: 4 - Tenancy: Multiple Tenants

Companies at 401 N Carrollton Ave

Winn-Dixie
Five Guys Burgers and Fries
Western Union
GNC
Bohn Ford
Winn-Dixie Pharmacy

The Neighborhood: Mid-City

Median Rate Median Size
Mid-City $30
/sqft/yr
4,200
sqft
Median Rate Median Size
Greater New Orleans Region $22
/sqft/yr
2,550
sqft

Median Rate over Time in Mid-City