The Historic Tessier Building is one of the most iconic and unique office opportunities in Downtown Baton Rouge. Dating back to 1762, the building is considered among the earliest remaining architecturally significant buildings in the city.
Judge Charles Tessier acquired the property as his residence through the claim of Richard Devall in the early 1800's. Legend has it that the Marquis de Lafayette visited Judge Tessier here in 1825.
The Tessier Building is located within walking distance of the State Capitol, the Federal Courthouse, the 19th Judicial District Courthouse, the downtown post office, and an array of top ranked restaurants and bars.
This historic property has been fully renovated to feature all of the amenities of a modern office building while retaining the classic character and charm of the original building design.
The Tessier building was constructed on a high bluff facing the levee and features picturesque views of the Mississippi River Bridge and the Downtown Baton Rouge skyline.
54 SF - 1,569 SF