Former New Orleans orphanage reborn as high-end hotel

A new upscale boutique hotel in New Orleans occupies an imposing Victorian building that was founded as an orphanage during the Civil War. The Hotel St. Vincent, which bears the name of the children’s sanctuary, was developed by entrepreneur Zachary Kupperman, who bought the property four years ago when it was functioning as a budget hostel. Read The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate story here

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