HALL Arts Residences offers the perfect blend of art and living in the heart of the Dallas Arts District. The gleaming 28-story tower is thoughtfully designed to provide the most sophisticated living experience within the most carefully engineered residential building in the city, all with a unique focus on health and wellness. With superbly luxurious finishes and surrounding views of Pritzker Prize–winning architecture, HALL Arts Residences is a unique opportunity to reside in the cultural center of Dallas.
In the heart of the Dallas Arts District at the gateway to downtown, Museum Tower is surrounded by distinguished architecture and public spaces. Sited between the Meyerson Symphony Center and the Nasher Sculpture Center, its other neighbors include the Winspear Opera House, the Wyly Theatre and the iconic Dallas Museum of Art. The elliptical tower is 42 stories tall and contains 120 homes. Its amenities include a residents’ lounge, library, art gallery, meeting space, wellness center, exhibition kitchen, dining room and swimming pool.
1999 McKinney is an 11-story, loft-style building in Uptown Dallas. Once a primarily commercial district, the neighborhood now brims with luxury residential buildings. At 1999 McKinney Avenue, built in 2000, all the homes are two-story, loft-style residences that feature high ceilings, concrete pillars, exposed ductwork and large windows — many with views of downtown Dallas. What’s more, this special building, with its unique stair-step architectural design, is in the heart of one of Dallas’ most walkable neighborhoods, close to restaurants, shops, Klyde Warren Park, American Airlines Center and other popular attractions.
2011 Cedar Springs is a luxurious loft building in Uptown Dallas. Despite its industrial air, it isn’t a converted warehouse: It’s an elegant place built from the ground up to be luxury residences with loft-like elements such as concrete floors and exposed ductwork. The homes in this building are two stories each, with a terrace and luxury features such as marble baths and gourmet kitchens. The building is in an ideal urban location, within walking distance of downtown Dallas, Klyde Warren Park, Victory Park and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.
21 Turtle Creek — known by insiders as simply “21” — is one of Dallas’ earliest residential high-rises. Built in 1963, its midcentury minimalism is fully embraced but it is also imparted with the upscale, elegant atmosphere expected of a Turtle Creek address. One-, two- and three-bedroom homes are available, set amidst some of the nicest grounds along Turtle Creek. (The pool is especially picturesque here, under mature trees.) Sleek, solid, quiet: This is one of the bigger buildings on the boulevard, but its residents, from all walks of life, enjoy very easy living.
The stately Athena is a beacon of midcentury style. The 1966 building has large units, sweeping views through floor-to-ceiling windows and lots of long-term residents. (So, if you are looking for a late-night scene, it’s best to keep heading south to Uptown.) Residents here enjoy an indoor pool, large activity area and gracious lobby. They are also just steps away from the shops and restaurants of Preston Center and minutes away from the world-class shopping and art collection of NorthPark Center.
The Azure is a 31-story architectural residence in Uptown. The first condominium building in the Harwood District, it was designed by James KM Cheng Architects Inc. and is built of stone with metal detailing and sheathed in blue-tinted glass. It has 156 luxury homes, breathtaking views of the Dallas skyline, a swimming pool with cabanas, a private 18-seat film theater and private garages, among other amenities. The homes here feature floor-to-ceiling glass, Miele and Sub-Zero appliances and large terraces with gas fireplaces.
Bleu Ciel is a 33-story curvilinear tower featuring two-, three- and four- bedroom homes, from 1,300 square feet to more than 7,000 square feet. The dazzling tower was designed by Dallas-based HDF and Paris-based Jean-Michel Wilmotte and features some of the largest terraces in the country. The outdoor spaces have a resort-like ambience with curated garden environments by world-renowned landscape architect Sadafumi Uchiyama. Bleu Ciel offers an amenity-driven lifestyle featuring a world-class spa, fitness center, wine room, lounge, library and two junior Olympic pools.
The Crestpark offers convenient, in-town, high-rise living on the edge of leafy Highland Park. (Interestingly, some units here are zoned for Highland Park schools, while others are in the Dallas Independent School District.) That’s a valuable mix that has kept this building popular for years. The Dallas North Tollway is about a block away, as is a bustling Whole Foods Market. Many of the restaurants along Lemmon Avenue are within walking distance, too.
Built from 1927 to 1930 (with a break in between because of the stock-market crash of ’29), Forest Park Tower is a local legend. Steel-framed and clad in brown brick with cast-stone trim, the tower has an elegant, commanding presence over the area — which affords spectacular views of Forest Park itself, the Trinity River, Fort Worth’s South Side and downtown. This unique building is just five or 10 minutes by car to trendy shopping, restaurants and the Medical District — and within walking distance of the famous Fort Worth Zoo.
Experience life at The Grand Treviso, where luxury, ease, comfort and innovation come together in the heart of the Metroplex. Conveniently located between Dallas and Fort Worth, Las Colinas is a master-planned community in the heart of Irving, home to Fortune 500 companies, indoor and outdoor attractions and excellent schools. The Grand Treviso is across the street from tranquil Lake Carolyn and near Las Colinas’ famous canal system, which means residents can enjoy a gondola ride, exercise around the lake or simply take in a sunset from one of the many promenade benches.
In a stately former office building that has the distinction of being one of the first skyscrapers in Fort Worth, the Houston Street Lofts are home to urban dwellers who love a mix of modernity and history. The handsome building was designed by Fort Worth architecture firm Sanguinet & Staats as the Western National Bank, built in 1906. Minutes from Sundance Square and in the heart of downtown, the residences have large windows, hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens and all the luxurious musts. The adjacent parking garage next door means that residents here also enjoy enclosed parking on the same floor as their unit.
La Tour is conveniently located within walking distance of many of Uptown’s restaurants, shops and dynamic nightlife locales. This 24-story condominium has a unique perk: It has its own stop on the Uptown Trolley route. La Tour homeowners enjoy upscale luxury living with a close proximity to all that Uptown Dallas offers.
If you dream of living in a luxurious home with breathtaking views across water, it can be realized at The Lakeside Tower. With only 48 residences, this Mediterranean‐styled tower overlooking Lake Grapevine offers first‐class amenities in a resort‐style setting, including direct elevator access, 10-foot ceilings, gourmet kitchens and nesting glass doors that open to expansive balconies. The property’s many perks include a yoga and Pilates studio, a coffee bar and lounge, a theater, a wine room, guest suites, dry-cleaning services and an on-site spa.
The Mansion Residences — just off winding, wonderful Turtle Creek — is one of the most exclusive high-rises in Dallas. With a maximum of two homes per floor, residents enjoy tremendous privacy plus services and amenities offered by the legendary hotel next door: the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. (Residents here also receive exclusive privileges at Rosewood properties around the world.) Home to many influential Dallasites, the building offers panoramic views of the world below that can include downtown Dallas and the leafy, lush Turtle Creek area.
The Metropolitan Club is an intimate mid-rise adjacent to the unique Hotel ZaZa. In the mood for dinner at Dragonfly but don’t feel like dressing to impress? Have it brought to your home. At the Metropolitan Club, you’ll have access to everything that Hotel ZaZa has to offer, including the hotel’s pool and health spa. There is a rooftop deck — for residents only — with spectacular views of downtown Dallas and a soothing hot tub. The location is ideal, in the midst of Uptown’s many restaurants, shops and diversions.
One Museum Place is the signature building of the 11-acre Museum Place development, at University Drive and West 7th Street in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. The eight-story building has ground-floor retail spaces and four floors of offices — all capped with 38 luxury condominium units on the top three floors. The building’s bold design creates a gateway for all of Museum Place while affording spectacular views of downtown, the 7th Street corridor and the world-class museums of the Cultural District. The residences here feature luxurious finishes and top-tier baths and gourmet kitchens.
From stunning city views to an array of resident-only privileges, 1301 Throckmorton will exceed your expectations. Atop the Omni Fort Worth Hotel in downtown, the residences here have top-tier finishes and amenities, including quality appliances such as Viking and Asko. Residents also have access to an Omni hotel chef who can cater anything from an intimate evening — perhaps a romantic dinner on your balcony — to a bustling party for a group. Additional owner perks include housekeeping services and in-home treatments from the full-service spa at the hotel.
One Arts Plaza is a striking, 24-story building in the heart of the Dallas Arts District that combines office, stores, restaurants and residences. Designed by Lionel Morrison with Corgan Associates, the sleek concrete-and-glass building is crowned with 61 luxurious condominiums that feature remarkably large covered terraces that extend each living space even further. Residences are reached from a private lobby and feature 11-foot ceilings and 10-foot windows — onto some of the most stunning city views imaginable. Unusually, there are also some two- and three-story residences here.
Park Plaza offers high-rise living in the desirable Highland Park school district. In a contemporary Mediterranean style, this handsome building offers the lock-and-leave lifestyle but with all the luxuries of a traditional home, including fireplaces, abundant natural light, large kitchens and large rooms. It is also in a very convenient location just off Lemmon Avenue and near the popular Whole Foods Market on the edge of Highland Park.
Few buildings can compare to the convenience of Park Towers. In an idyllic wooded setting at the juncture of Turtle Creek, Oak Lawn and Uptown, this elegant Midcentury Modern tower affords its residents the best of all the communities. Known for its large balconies and leafy views out of floor-to-ceiling windows, the building offers a lushly landscaped pool terrace, guest suites, party rooms, a catering kitchen, an exercise room and a staff to welcome you home, every day.
Designed to embrace the vibrant, active lifestyle of Dallas’ Uptown neighborhood, ParkSide is centrally located — directly north of Dallas’ award-winning Klyde Warren Park — yet retains a private, boutique character. The panoramic and unobstructed views of the 5.2-acre deck park offer owners a visual oasis all their own. ParkSide offers quality construction and sophisticated finish-outs that rival any high-rise in Dallas, including floor-to-ceiling glass, Poggenpohl cabinetry, state-of-the-art kitchens, spa-quality baths, wide-plank white-oak hardwood floors, 10-foot ceilings and private balconies with those exceptional views.
Plaza I and Plaza II are the perfect pairing. At eight and 22 stories, respectively, they epitomize luxurious urban living. In the contemporary Mediterranean style, the Plaza buildings offer residents 24-hour concierge service, valet parking, fitness centers, a resort-style pool and a beautiful facility for private events — all close to downtown Dallas, the winding Katy Trail, Oak Lawn, Uptown, West Village, the Dallas Arts District and Victory Park. Here, convenient meets carefree.
Plaza I and Plaza II are the perfect pairing. At eight and 22 stories, respectively, they epitomize luxurious urban living — with the added benefit for Plaza II of full services from the hotel next door: the world-famous Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. (Think in-home dining, car service, plant care, child care and tickets for cultural and sporting events.) In the contemporary Mediterranean style, the Plaza buildings offer residents 24-hour concierge service, valet parking, fitness centers, a resort-style pool and a beautiful facility for private events — all close to downtown Dallas, the winding Katy Trail, Oak Lawn, Uptown, West Village, the Dallas Arts District and Victory Park. Here, convenient meets carefree.
Since 1966, the distinctive curve of this Midcentury Modern tower has been a beacon on the North Dallas landscape. On the ground, the lush landscaping, sparkling fountain and Brancusi-like bird sculpture are familiar hallmarks of Preston Tower’s presence on Northwest Highway, between the Dallas North Tollway and Central Expressway. Preston Tower’s location, in a pedestrian-friendly, neighborhood setting, is one of its foremost attractions. The building is adjacent to the well-established, highly desirable communities of Preston Hollow and Park Cities, and it faces Preston Center, a popular shopping destination.
The Residence at Turtle Creek is an intimate, four-story building in the heart of quiet Mansion Park. Even though it’s small compared to Turtle Creek’s glamorous high-rises, the building does feature a residents-only swimming pool and garage parking. A gated neighborhood within a neighborhood, The Residence at Turtle Creek is where a city address becomes a private refuge — one where you can walk to the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, the Katy Trail and to all kinds of unique restaurants and shops.
The Centrum is an unmistakable fixture in Oak Lawn. The sleek tower’s eight uppermost floors are arranged in a dramatic stair-step design — and that is where 33 lucky owners live with views that are second to none. The residences here are clean-lined and modern, with large spaces and equally large outdoor living areas. (You won't believe the vistas of downtown Dallas and Oak Lawn from the floor-to-ceiling windows.) Resident amenities at The Centrum include valet service, security, a fitness center and guest suites. There are also a number of great restaurants, clubs and shops, all within a few blocks of your front door.
The Claridge is a high-rise legend, in the upper echelon of quality and luxury. Its sleek, timeless design has kept it at the top of the list for in-the-know Dallas residents, who love its many amenities — including its gardens, fitness center, sparkling pool and indoor racquetball court. What residents say they appreciate most, though, is the courteous, professional staff, always there to help. Just south of Highland Park on the banks of Turtle Creek — with spectacular views of both the downtown Dallas skyline or northward toward the Park Cities — The Claridge is in a very walkable location, directly on the Katy Trail and within minutes of the West Village.
Superstar architect Philippe Starck has revolutionized the design world with his unique blend of elegance and irreverence — seen in his buildings, furnishings and products — and it is on full display here at The House. Created in partnership with design-and-development firm Yoo, this is the only Starck-designed high-rise in the Southwest. Spectacular views of downtown, the Arts District and Dallas’ two Calatrava bridges are elemental here, as is the fifth-floor veranda with its elongated saltwater pool, cabanas, hot tub and fireplace. The building is walkable to everything Victory Park has to offer, including concerts and sports games at American Airlines Center.
A Turtle Creek location and tranquil Oak Lawn Park at your doorstep? The Mayfair has it, plus top-notch amenities. One standout? Instead of a penthouse at the top, The Mayfair has a sky-high clubroom, game room (complete with billiards table and bar), catering kitchen and terrace — the latter with a wood-fired oven and some of the best views of Dallas imaginable. The grounds here are posh, with parklike lawns, paths, a gazebo, a waterfall and a grand, resort-style pool that rivals any in Rome. The homes here range from studio-sized to sprawling, the latter at more than 4,000 square feet.
The Renaissance offers a parkland setting within an urban environment, with easy access to the Turtle Creek greenbelt, the Katy Trail, historic Oak Lawn Park, the Dallas Design District, the Dallas Arts District and all the shopping, nightlife and dining of West Village, Uptown, McKinney Avenue, Highland Park and Oak Lawn itself. (Even public tennis courts and a library are just a few blocks away.) One of the largest in Texas, this condominium complex has more than 600 luxury homes in two towers, with three lobbies. Units come in a variety of sizes, floor plans and designs — but it’s the active community and numerous amenities that residents seem to love the most.
The Tower Residences offer unparalleled elegance in the heart of Uptown, directly adjoining The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas. In a Regency-style building by Robert A. M. Stern Architects, the 95 sumptuously appointed homes here offer legendary Ritz-Carlton service, features and amenities in a stylish setting. (Complementing the tower is Regency Row, four luxe, brownstone-style townhomes across from a dedicated, shared pool.) Owners have full access to a variety of five-star hotel-style amenities, including a 24-hour concierge and a full-service spa. From concierge services and in-residence dining to a dedicated residential management team, this is a lifestyle of privacy and comfort.
If architecture were fashion, the Residences at the Stoneleigh would be the timeless pairing of a black jacket with a white shirt — crisp and classic. The decor synthesizes 19th-century French, Greek and Modernist styles, making for an international opulence with a blend of colors and patterns, creating an elegant, sophisticated edge. The Residences at the Stoneleigh is also perfectly located, with convenient access to the Katy Trail, Turtle Creek, the Arts District, world-class shopping and some of Dallas’ finest restaurants. Even better? Owners enjoy perks from the neighboring hotel, Le Méridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh, including room service.
The Terminal at Katy Trail is home to the finest residences in Dallas, just 16 in all. At the corner of beautiful Buena Vista Street and bustling Fitzhugh Avenue — and along the beloved Katy Trail — it is an architectural achievement, with signature arches inspired by the world’s most beautiful train stations. The materials? Eternal, including solid masonry, shimmering glass and elegant bronze finishes. Each home here is a corner residence, with corner windows, a terrace, sweeping views, 11-foot ceilings, art lighting, a gourmet kitchen, a butler’s pantry, a sumptuous main suite and large closets.
Called “estate homes in the sky,” the residences at The Vendôme epitomize Turtle Creek’s more traditional side. (It’s not all about crisp, modernist buildings here.) In a location that offers gorgeous views of downtown Dallas and the winding creek, The Vendôme takes French-chateau style and stacks it 20 stories high — then mixes it with amenities that include a resort-style pool, fitness room, dog-walking area and suites for overnight guests. The views from here are spectacular — including of downtown Dallas, verdant Turtle Creek and for miles around.
Mere minutes from Oak Lawn Park, Highland Park Village and the Katy Trail, The Warrington is a premier building along Turtle Creek. Its clean-lined architecture has transcended its 1980s beginnings to become a perfect example of how good modernist design never ages. The spacious homes here have some of the largest high-rise terraces in the city — and you’ll find the residences in various architectural styles, from classical to supersleek, since so many have been customized. This is a full-service building and the amenity list is long: It includes a fitness center, heated saltwater pool, hot tub, tennis court and dog run.
Villa de Leon is home to just 23 luxurious residences, all with privileged views and with interiors custom-tailored to reflect the tastes and needs of each owner. The homes here offer large entertaining spaces, gourmet kitchens and spa-like baths, while the Mediterranean-style building offers high-speed elevators and secure underground parking. The resort-style living here is highlighted by concierge services, outdoor areas with lush landscaping, dramatic lighting, terraces, gardens and a spectacular pool and spa overlooking the Trinity River.
The Residences at W Dallas are uniquely positioned. Not only are these sky-high homes part of the stylish W Dallas hotel complex, but they are also squarely situated in bustling Victory Park — an urban, upscale neighborhood on the edge of downtown Dallas. Occupying a north and south tower, these modern residences have some of the most thrilling views of the skyline and far beyond, and they couldn’t be more walkable to Victory Park’s restaurants and shops and all the concerts and games at American Airlines Center, directly across the street. A luxurious plus? Resident amenities that include hotel room service, a spa and an infinity pool.
Above bustling Legacy West and its wealth of entertainment, shopping, leisure and dining experiences, Windrose Tower Residences is the sleek home to luxury condominiums ranging from 1,000 to 5,000-plus square feet. Living here means living life to the absolute fullest, with spectacular views, extraordinary amenities and elegant aesthetics. (One example? The lobby living room, with its natural stone floors, walls of glass and fireplace.) You’ll enjoy amenity spaces conveniently equipped with advanced technology for business or pleasure, pampering for pets, and comforts for lounging about the grounds.
Sited at the edge of idyllic Turtle Creek Park — and amazingly walkable to so many of the neighborhood offerings in Turtle Creek and Oak Lawn — the residences at The Wyndemere are a perfect balance of luxury and convenience. Next door to The Mayfair high-rise, the more demure, four-story Wyndemere offers homes with natural light, high-end finishes and, in some cases, fireplaces. The amenities here are many: Think concierge, resort pool, grilling area, fitness center, business center and gated garage parking. With quick access to the Dallas North Tollway and North Central Expressway, this is cozy, park-like living that is surprisingly connected to the action.
Famously home to art collectors, creatives and society swells, this Midcentury Modern building along winding Turtle Creek Boulevard has a mystique all its own. Designed in 1964 by prolific modernist architect George Dahl, its linear white wraparound railings give it a unique identity. Within that iconic wrapping, the residences here have abundant natural light and leafy views. The perks here include a concierge, doorman, valet parking, clubroom, fitness center and pool.
Designed by famed architect Howard Meyer, this chic, 22-story building is one of the few Modernist high-rises on the National Register of Historic Places. At its opening in 1957, it was heralded as the “tallest, largest and most luxurious apartment building ever erected west of the Mississippi.” Today, the building still attracts VIPs, aesthetes and society types, who enjoy sweeping views of Dallas and amenities that include the glamorous Turtle Room event space, a pool with a waterfall and a guest suite for visitors. The most remarkable and iconic aspect of the 3525 is its earth-toned sunscreen, or brise soleil. Meyer incorporated this ingenious architectural solution — with each pierced panel cleverly engineered to maximize views — to ward off the hot Texas sun.
In its special spot across Turtle Creek Boulevard from the only cultural building in Dallas designed by Frank Lloyd Wright — the hillside Kalita Humphreys Theater — this chic mid-rise is a wonderful example of Midcentury style on its own. Built in 1962, Turtle Creek North is home to cozy residences full of light, with windows and terraces that look over Turtle Creek’s abundant trees. The amenities here are plentiful and include an experienced staff, valet parking, concierge service, a sparkling pool and a fitness center. Even better, Turtle Creek North is walkable to the Katy Trail and lots of Turtle Creek’s and Oak Lawn’s shops and restaurants.