The Queen and Crescent Building is considered one of the
first high-rises in New Orleans. This
historical building has twelve floors which towered over the corner of Camp and
Natchez Street when erected in 1913.
54,000 square feet of existing office area was demolished leaving only
the structural steel and the original elevator shafts and cars. Conversion of the building to function as a
hotel required all new electrical, mechanical and sprinkler systems. The 129 guest rooms feature quality wall
covering, carpeting and marble baths.
Broadmoor worked closely with architects and owners to produce a finely
finished hotel for the New Orleans Central Business District.
The Queen and Crescent Hotel elevator lobby was redesigned
with marble walls and granite floors.
Broadmoor’s installation of the lobby’s elegant twelve-foot ceiling
features beautifully restrained millwork, molding and trim. Several iron and crystal chandeliers complement
the height of the space which features ten-foot windows providing a classic
street scene of New Orleans.
Owner: Queen and
Contract Value: $5,650,000