Luxury overlooking the Mississippi River
Four Seasons New Orleans
Architectural design for adaptive reuse of historic New Orleans World Trade Center building to house hotel and residences
Developers Carpenter & Company and Woodward Interests hired Cambridge Seven Associates as lead architect, in collaboration with Woodward Design+Build and Trapolin-Peer Architects, for the historic redevelopment of the former World Trade Center in New Orleans. Featuring a 347-key Four Seasons Hotel on the lower floors as well as 98 luxury condominiums on the upper floors, this 33-story, mixed-use development will include two signature restaurants, more than 200,000 square feet of meeting space, a spa and fitness center, a rooftop pool and deck, and a separate rooftop bar. A cornerstone of the development includes a public cultural attraction, which will focus on New Orleans’ history and culture. Offering the most exclusive and highly-coveted luxury amenities in the city, the Four Seasons New Orleans Hotel and Private Residences offers sweeping, unobstructed views of the Mississippi River, New Orleans skyline and surrounding countryside. The amenity-rich environment features top-of-the-line, sophisticated finishes, creating a new residential standard for luxury in New Orleans.
A development team comprised of Cambridge, MA-based Carpenter & Co. and New Orleans-based Woodward Interests was chosen by the selection committee to redevelop the former World Trade Center building in New Orleans into a 350-room Four Seasons Hotel with 76 …