St. Christopher Hotel
New Orleans, LA
The St. Christopher Hotel was built in 1890 as a cigar and sugar warehouse, with a merchants' exchange on the ground floor. The building sat empty for four decades and developed a massive crack in the exterior masonry that ran three floors from the top down. The building was carefully stitched back together and converted to a boutique hotel showcasing the historic materials and textures of the original structure. With the addition of a new mezzanine, the hotel includes lobby, bar and meeting spaces in addition to the 108 guest rooms.
Project TypeHospitality · Renovation