Each Friday, the executives of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty write about luxury, trends, business and more in the advertising pages of the Mansion section of The Wall Street Journal. Below is president Russ Anderson's letter of September 22, 2023.
FROM THE PRESIDENT'S POINT OF VIEW
We have established that I love fine wines. What I’m about to tell you reminds me of the release of a great and final vintage.
HALL Arts Residences, the superluxury high-rise in the Dallas Arts District, has just made available its last batch of new homes.
This is it: the final chance to buy new in the 28-story building. Fittingly, these last homes are called the Masterpiece Collection — 12 new residences, on floors 20 through 25, with city and horizon views that will literally take your breath away.
I don’t know of a more delightful building. The glassy tower is gorgeous, with unique luxuries everywhere. Just some?
Sophisticated air-filtration systems, Bulthaup kitchens, Dornbracht fixtures, a pet spa, a wine cellar, even an alfresco putting green that has helicopter views of downtown. My favorite perk? The special offerings from the HALL Arts Hotel next door: in-home room service, a sommelier on call and dinner parties at your place, catered by the hotel chef. This is living, folks.
We have been the exclusive brokerage for the building since day one. Our agents Cindi Caudle and Kyle Richards have put many happy homeowners in the lap of luxury — and they can for you. Drop me a line.
Just one word of advice: Hurry.
This final vintage is really delicious.
Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty