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Market Supper Club with Manish Patel

Auction House Market launches it's Monthly Dinner Series

Auction House Market's Market Supper Club, a monthly dinner series featuring a multi-course menu crafted by a rotating selection of the city's best chefs, launched its first dinner featuring guest chef Manish Patel of Tava Indian Streetfood. Click here to see more photos from the successful event ca... read more


Downtown Development District 2018 Downtown NOLA Awards Announced!

Auction House Market to be honored as Downtown All-Star

The Downtown Development District has announced it's honorees to be celebrated at this year's Downtown NOLA Awards for exceptional contributions to the progress of Downtown New Orleans. We are proud to be among the honorees and thankful for the recognition! Located centrally to the Warehouse Distric... read more


Departures Magazine: A Culinary Guide to New Orleans

Jazz Fest may be over, but these restaurants are still hot! Check out Departure Magazine's list of where to eat now featuring Auction House Market. ... read more

12 New Orleans Restaurants to Anticipate in 2018

Don't miss the opening of Auction House Market!

Auction House Market made Nola.com's list of upcoming restaurants to be excited about in 2018. Check out the article to read more about Auction House Market and see the other exciting restaurants to anticipate in the new year.... read more




Auction House Market has revealed two more vendors to be featured in the upcoming food hall slated to open early 2018: Elysian Seafood and SOLA Deli. Elysian Seafood, who already has a location with St. Roch Market in the Marigny, will be shucking oysters, raw & charbroiled, in addition to other... read more


Auction House Market

Announces first vendors: Coast Roast & Happy Jaxx!

A contemporary food hall is coming to the Warehouse District in New Orleans. Located on 801 Magazine St., this restored New Orleans building will offer everything from sandwiches & salads, to wine and cheese. Auction House Market is excited to announce its first two vendors, Coast Roast Coffee &... read more


New Orleans Essentials

Read on for everything you need to help you settle into your new home: Moving In/Out: Abba Movers: Full Service Move: We provide the moving truck, blankets, dollies, etc.2-man crew = 2-hour minimum is $290, $85/hr for any additional time. 3-man crew = 2-hour minimum is $350, $115/hr for any add... read more


Feelings of Home Featuring Cubs the Poet

Local Artist Cubs the Poet reflects on how a home should feel with his signature typewriter poems. Check it out!

Cubs is "a poet who recites, writes, and publishes his own work. He has plans to open a Charter School in Frederick, MD once he has made the beneficial connections, relationships, and raised enough financial capital to begin his endeavor." For more poetry, follow @cubsthepoet on Instagram! #Poetr... read more


Lower Garden District Neighborhood Guide

Curious about all that the Lower Garden District has to offer? Read through for insight on the best places to eat, drink, sweat, and shop in your new neighborhood! Coffee and Tea: French Truck Coffee | 1200 Magazine St. Mojo Coffee House | 1500 Magazine St. HiVolt | 1829 Sophie Wright Pl. Break... read more


Warehouse District | CBD Neighborhood Guide

Curious about all that CBD | Warehouse District has to offer? Read through for insight on the best places to eat, drink, sweat, and shop in your new neighborhood! Coffee and Tea: Revelator Coffee | 637 Tchoupitoulas St. Pulp and Grind | 644 Camp St. Stumptown Coffee | Carondelet St. Mammoth Espres... read more


Uptown New Orleans Neighborhood Guide

Curious about all that Uptown New Orleans has to offer? Read through for insight on the best places to eat, drink, sweat, and shop in your new neighborhood! Coffee and Tea: Rue De La Course | 1140 S Carrollton Ave Mojo Coffee House | 4700 Freret St. French Truck Cafe | 4536 Dryades St. Manhattan J... read more


New Orleans' First Nail Design Studio, Paint'd

Now open at The Julian | 1581 Magazine St

Paint’d is New Orleans' first nail design studio and latest addition to Magazine Street. The owners, Aimeé Sedky and Fabiola Divins, use their fashion industry backgrounds to create art for your fingertips. Paint'd reinvents the art of nail design, offering a collection of unique nail designs that c... read more



Installed and on display at The Julian | 1581 Magazine St

We caught up with New Orleans artist Aaron Collier to discuss his abstract paintings and recent installation at The Julian.  Aaron’s work is layered in vibrant colors and "visual metaphors" to subtly express and evoke the composition of our days, relationships, and hearts.  Living, working, and teac... read more


Introducing our Warehouse District Food Hall

We're excited to announce our partnership with the folks behind St. Roch Market for a new food hall in the Warehouse District! Read more about the project on NOLA.com. Stay tuned for more information about the building and planned food and drink vendors.... read more


Spitfire Ranked Best Coffee Shop in New Orleans

by Travel+Leisure

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516 Natchez Wins AIA & Landmark Awards

2015 Landmark Award Details - here... read more


5940 Magazine Featured on Canal Street Beat

"Quickly becoming a fixture of the uptown neighborhood"

Read more by Julia Ballard here... read more


Excellence in Historic Preservation: The Saint Anna

The Louisiana Landmarks Society grants excellence award for the restoration of The Saint Anna apartments

The extension restoration and conversion of The Saint Anna into a 23-unit apartment building has been recognized with an Excellence in Historic Preservation award by the Louisiana Landmarks Society. Award winners were recognized as an outstanding example of restoration or rehabilitation of a histori... read more


5940 Magazine Street Wins Design Award

The American Institute of Architects Louisiana grants Design Merit Award in prestigious design competition

"This seven-unit condominium building references both its historic setting on New Orleans' Magazine Street, and maintains a jewel-like quality in proportion and detailing. It includes a balcony, trellis, a shared courtyard, large windows to maximize light, and awnings to diminish solar heat gane. Th... read more