Construction in 1857, Hinderer's Iron Works Building is rich with New Orleans history. Inaugural use of the structure was a dance studio and later a neighborhood grocery store. In 1939, Hinderer's Iron Works, founded by Frederick Hinderers in the 1880s, relocated its foundry operation to the building. Many of the iron work patterns found through the city were forged here on Prytania St. Renovated in 2006, the property includes apartments, ground floor meeting and event space and is home to Felicity Property Co.
Exposed Brick and Beams
Polished Concrete Flooring
Stainless Steel Appliances
One and two bedroom apartments in the Lower Garden District.
Considered one of the best-preserved collections of historic Southern mansions in the United States, the Garden District reflects both the historic beauty of New Orleans and the modern flare of inventive cuisine, arts and culture. From the shaded, tree-lined streets to the eclectic Magazine St boutiques, the neighborhood pays tribute to the past as much as it welcomes a bright future ahead.