KFK’s innovative and pioneering residential projects have helped revitalize urban neighborhoods in New Orleans, while raising the bar in quality, value, and lifestyle. From the historic Krauss department store Downtown on Canal Street to author Anne Rice’s former historic compound in Uptown to a blighted warehouse in the emerging Arts District, KFK has been a leader in creative, adaptive re-use of historic structures into upscale multifamily residences.

Building the Experience of a Lifetime

Representative Projects

1201 Canal Condominiums and Apartments

Adaptive re-use of former historic Krauss Department Store into 233 luxury residential units and 25,000 square feet of street-front retail. This $70 million project was completed in 2008.

St. Elizabeth Condominiums

Renovation and conversion of a historic landmark built in 1865 and made famous by author and former owner Anne Rice into 28 distinct, high-end condominiums in the heart of Uptown New Orleans completed in 2004.

1205 St. Charles Condominiums

KFK Group acquired the 14-story high-rise on historic St. Charles Avenue and converted the building into 221 condominiums with street-front retail. This project was completed in 2005.

St. Joseph’s Condominiums

Adaptive-reuse of blighted warehouse and adjacent historic townhouses in the emerging Arts District into 21 upscale condominiums. $8 million project completed in 2003.