Sazerac House wins historic award

It was an honor to be able to highlight the interactive cocktail museum, Sazerac House wins historic award, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Even happier to share the news of the 2020 Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation for the project! The newly renovated 51,987 sq ft Sazerac House is a state-of-the-art interactive cocktail museum, active distillery, corporate headquarters, and event venue. 

The full-scale historic rehabilitations and adaptive-reuse incorporates two 1860’s-era historic buildings which were vacant for 30 years. The six-story Sazerac House pays homage to the history of the official cocktail of the city of New Orleans.

We know that everyone who worked on this project is very proud of the results!

Owner: Sazerac Company
Architect: Trapoline Peer Architects
Contractor: Ryan Gootee General Contractors
Engineer: Moses Engineers
Consultant: Holt Consultants

Architectural photographer – Chad Chenier Photography – view other projects from New Orleans area projects.

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