Bond moroch, new orleans office by studiowta modern | homify

Around the turn of the 20th Century, the building at 3308-3314 Magazine Street in the Garden District was built to house a 800-seat, single-screen cinema. Although the original construction date is unknown, it first appears on the 1909 Sanborn maps as “Moving Picture Theater,” and was in operation from the 1910s to the late 1950s. Over the following 60 years, a bookstore and furniture store occupied the space, until a renovation attracted a single tenant in 2012. A second tenant space was vacant until this interior build-out for the national public relations firm Bond Moroch.

Area: 5300 m²
Price: $660,681
Credits: COLLABORATORS: Wayne Troyer, Alyce Deshotels. Photography by George Long.
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