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MAGAZINE ST. LOFT WITH PARKING-NOLA

SuperhostNew Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Entire loft hosted by Robert
6 guests2 bedrooms3 beds2 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the loft to yourself.
Self check-in
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14 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
Robert is a Superhost
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Welcome to the Magazine Rack! Nestled in the historic Warehouse & Arts District of New Orleans, just steps away from the World War II Museum, the Convention Center, key parade routes for Mardi Gras and some of the best restaurants in New Orleans! This renovated 2 bed/2 bath cozy loft offers privacy, security and comfort. All beds and pull out mattresses are new Sealy beds. Reserved parking space in the adjacent garage included. The "Magazine Rack" is perfect for your New Orleans experience!

The space
--Exposed brick and granite countertops throughout

--Full size Washer and Dryer

--Comfortable Sealy mattresses (because we've all had trips disrupted by uncomfortable beds)

--Walk-in closet (Master Bedroom)

--Art from local artists

--Private, secure place (no adjacent units)

--TVs in both bedrooms and living room. All TVs mounted on 360 degree arms for ease of viewing. All TVs 55 inches or greater.

--DirectTV

--High-Speed Internet

--Cookware and dinnerware provided

--Microwave, oven, stove and fridge (with ice maker)

--Towels and sheets provided

--Located next to an Oschner Urgent Care in case medical needs arise

Bottomline: This space was designed with our friends and family in mind as well as our business needs when we travel

Guest access
Guests will have access to the entire unit and complete privacy. There are no adjacent or attached units.

Other things to note
--Free Covered Parking Spot!

--Secured electronic access with private pass code effective only during your stay

License number
Exempt: This listing is a licensed hotel, motel, or bed and breakfast
Welcome to the Magazine Rack! Nestled in the historic Warehouse & Arts District of New Orleans, just steps away from the World War II Museum, the Convention Center, key parade routes for Mardi Gras and some of the best restaurants in New Orleans! This renovated 2 bed/2 bath cozy loft offers privacy, security and comfort. All beds and pull out mattresses are new Sealy beds. Reserved parking space in the adjacent g…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Wifi
Kitchen
Laptop-friendly workspace
Iron
TV
Hangers
Dryer
Hair dryer
Washer

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New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

The Warehouse District, known today as the New Orleans Arts District, was originally established as an industrial area in the 19th century to store grain, coffee and produce shipped through the Port of New Orleans. As commerce, trade and industry practices evolved over time, the area's prosperity faded and the once busy streets became eerily quiet.

The transformation from an urban wasteland to what many have called “the SoHo of the South” began in 1976 with the opening of the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC). The 10,000-square-foot complex is still entertaining and enlightening visitors today with cutting edge-artwork and an eclectic array of music, theatre and dance performances.

After the CAC’s opening, the art community saw massive potential and promise in the neighborhood. The abundant and open spaces of the warehouses were perfect for creating, storing, and displaying artwork. Today, more than 25 galleries call the district home. Most are located on Julia Street, which is also the scene of an evening gallery hop that hosts a mix of art lovers and socialites on the first Saturday night of every month.

Museums also put the roomy warehouses in this neighborhood to good use. The National World War II Museum, one of the most popular attractions in New Orleans that has brought in over 2 million visitors, features an ever-expanding exhibit space where war veterans are on hand to give tours, answer questions or just to talk with the many visitors.

Other museums like Louisiana’s Civil War Museum, The Children’s Museum and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art make the Arts District the place to go to learn about the history and culture of New Orleans and Louisiana.
The Warehouse District, known today as the New Orleans Arts District, was originally established as an industrial area in the 19th century to store grain, coffee and produce shipped through the Port of New Orle…

Hosted by Robert

Joined in August 2012
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  • Languages: Deutsch, Español
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Safety & Property
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $100