Tessier Building

Tessier Building

The Tessier Building is a historic structure located in the heart of downtown Baton Rouge. Original construction began in 1762, with subsequent additions built in the 19th century. As of now, the Tessier Building contains three addresses, each one an individual private residence. The building’s namesake is Charles R. Tessier; judge, notary, militiaman, and commander under Andrew Jackson during the War of 1812. DNA Workshop’s renovation of this historic landmark updated the residences with amenities such as an outdoor courtyard, controlled parking, and gated entry.

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