Memoir Warehouse District

New Orleans, LA

Inspired Living.
Storied Neighborhood.

Chapter I: What is Memoir?

A novel approach to contemporary urban living.

Every chapter of life deserves a beautiful home. Memoir creates inspired residential hospitality experiences that empower you to live your best chapter.

Memoir Warehouse District offers elevated design, amplified amenities, and beautiful shared spaces. We offer unfurnished residential apartments with long-term leasing options and apartment-style hotel rooms for guests who want to feel at home during a shorter stay.

Lobby Living Room

Chapter II: Apartments

We provide Studio, One-BedroomTwo-Bedroom, and Three-Bedroom apartments in a historic warehouse on Julia Street. 

Constructed in the 1840s, 420 Julia once served as a private home, a storage warehouse, and, most notably, the Louisiana Children’s Museum. 

Studio Apartment

One-Bedroom Apartment

Bathroom with Unique Tile

Chapter III: Amplified Amenities

We know a thing or two about hospitality. Our urban oasis includes a 24-hour concierge, a rooftop bar and pool deck with panoramic views, and a 24/7 fitness studio with state-of-the-art equipment and Pelotons.

420 Julia is also the new home for Common House New Orleans, the social club's fourth location. Memoir residents receive a complimentary membership to Common House and full access to club amenities, including the restaurant, co-working space, social hall, and outdoor courtyard.

Rooftop Bar

Rooftop Pool

Lobby Living Room

Chapter IV: Warehouse District

The Warehouse District was originally founded in the 19th century to store goods passing through New Orleans’ port. After the 1984 World’s Fair, the neighborhood was revitalized and transformed into the cultural and artistic hub it is today.

This neighborhood is filled with old industrial warehouses transformed into modern museums, art galleries, and contemporary restaurants, bars, and coffee shops.  These blocks offer a true industrial-arts city vibe, while also reflecting the colorful flair and architectural detail that makes New Orleans so magical.

Julia Street is lined with modern art galleries, and the art crawl on the first Saturday of each month draws a lively crowd. 

Bike leaning against a pole next to the road
Lush nature area near Memoir Warehouse District
View of an older building with rock sidings

Chapter V: The Hotel

Hotel rooms that also feel like home.

Looking for a turnkey setup for a shorter stay?
We also offer apartment-style hotel rooms at Memoir Warehouse District. 

Learn About Our Hotel Rooms

Chapter VI: Contact Us

Memoir Warehouse District
808 Constance Street
New Orleans, LA 70130


(504) 613-0150

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