BUILDING

HISTORY OF 210 BARONNE STREET LUXURY APARTMENTS

Emile Weil, a prominent New Orleans architect, designed The Canal Bank & Trust Building.  Built in 1927, Weil used mahogany trim, Tennessee marble, travertine floors and brass embroidery to line the corridors and he embellished the façade with limestone statues. The historical structure stands 270 feet, 6 inches tall.

210 Baronne Street housed professional offices and one of the largest banks in the South for almost 90 years. The 2014 renovation has returned the iconic structure to its original grandeur with intricate detail given to the original limestone statues, mahogany trim, marble finishes, and reclaimed wood and travertine floors.

Unrivaled Finishes:

Finishes to reposition Four Winds New Orleans as the premier downtown location:

90 year old reclaimed, heart of pine wood floors

European white marble baths

Imported stone countertops

Hand blown glass light fixtures

Elegant crown molding

Restored travertine and marble corridors

Restored mahogany trim

Exquisite Amenities:

Amenities to rival the finest hotels:

Largest residential rooftop pool and sundeck in New Orleans CBD

Outdoor kitchen

BBQ and patio bar

Outdoor television and screening area

Tiled swimming pool and wet tanning deck

Technological Wonders:

The luxurious finishes wouldn’t be complete without cutting-edge, modern amenities:

 Smart phone-controlled thermostats, lighting and alarm systems

Free in-home WiFi

Built-in USB wall outlets

3D movie screening room

Fiber-Optic High Speed Internet available

Rooftop Community Room

Health and Lifestyle:

Four Winds New Orleans hosts a state of the art fitness center:

Cardio and strength fitness areas

 Treadmills and ellipticals equipped with Netpulse(TM) integration to log, track, and share your runs and workouts

Connected exercise studio offers yoga classes