The Mortuary Mystere Mansion Mr. Jeff Borne purchased the dilapidated ruins of the McMahon Funeral Home (circa 1872), situated in one of New Orleans fabled “Cities of the Dead” cemeteries. Our work included a complete restoration which netted the client over $1.5 million in historic tax credits and included a complete restoration of the structure, … Continue reading »
1005 Canal Street - The Ruby Slipper Cafe - The Ruby Slipper Café The Ruby Slipper has opened their fourth location at 1005 Canal Street in an existing Art Deco building that has been vacant since Katrina. We are very happy to help bring a building back into commerce on the Canal Street Corridor and … Continue reading »
New construction of the rectory at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Kenner. The building features a wonderful porch and is ADA accessible. It features a large living / kitchen area and multiple bedrooms. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Website
Village Coffee, 2011 Marty and Donna Scoggins hired us to convert a former bank located near the University area of New Orleans into a high-end coffee shop. Responsibilities included complete architectural services for demolition, mold abatement, and new partitions, roof repair, repainting of the exterior, new electrical, lighting, plumbing, HVAC, early detection/alert smoke alarm system, … Continue reading »
Parkway Bakery, 2006 Waring Architects was retained by Mr. Jay Nix to completely restore a dying New Orleans’ landmark dining institution, the Parkway Bakery. Our services included Programming, Schematic Design, Design Development, Contract Documents, Permitting, Contract Administration, and Historic Roast Beef Poboy Recipe Redevelopment Consulting. The restaurant was featured in the New York Times and … Continue reading »
Viva is a clothing retail space within the Oakwood Mall. The client wanted to update a store that he already controlled with a new storefront, new rear display, new sales counter, and new accessible fitting rooms while maintaining as much existing infrastructure as possible. Waring Architects quickly developed a scheme and guided the client through … Continue reading »
Pratt Landry Family Trust Building, 2011 3303 Tulane Avenue The Pratt Landry Family Trust Building (c.1940-1970) was originally three separate buildings that were badly damaged by Hurricane Katrina. Instead of tearing down the existing structures, Waring Architects was able to develop the separate structures into a single cohesive building for flexible, mixed-use commercial occupancy of … Continue reading »
Councilmember Head Celebrates Freret Neighborhood Economic Development with Grand Opening of Village Coffee Yesterday Morning http://nolacitycouncil.com/content/display.asp?id=54&nid=%7B9C54FDB1-4A5A-4451-85BB-434EA113AA4B%7D ...