This building is all about the location. Besides, don’t you want to sleep in the same building Jon Voight did? That’s what I thought! If you aren’t already sold, check out this gorgeous condo inside 1505 Elm St., a building beautiful enough to attract a star-studded sleepover!
We’ve talked until we’re blue in the face about how brisk the market its for single-family homes in North Texas, and Dallas especially, but the market for condominiums is just as hot according to the 2013 Texas Condominium Sales Report from the Texas Association of Realtors.
Consulting Firm Designed Modular Sun Shield to Shade Nasher Sculpture Center From Museum Tower’s Glare
According to a post on tech and design blog Gizmodo, design firm REX was commissioned by the Dallas Police and Fire Pension Fund in 2012 to design a “third option” to buffer the glare from Museum Tower that was affecting the Nasher Sculpture Center.
LocalDwelling.com Lease of the Week: Tons More Mid-Century Style With This Condo Inside Howard R. Meyer-Designed Building
When it was built in 1957, 3525 Turtle Creek was the tallest and most luxurious condo building in Dallas. Today it’s just as historic, having entertained celebrities, dignitaries, and politicians alike.
Everyone who moves to the city imagines having one of those chic lofts that evoke some kind of urban daydream. If you want that dream to become a reality, then you ought to consider this gorgeous loft in the very trendy Farmers Market area.
Comes a report by Movoto Real Estate, telling us the prices for condos increased in the whole country in October, compared to the same time a year ago. In Dallas, we saw a 22.4% change upward in condo prices. This increase is mainly caused by a lack inventory. Sellers, don’t jump too high: while it may be a seller’s market, more condos are coming on the market, which could adversely affect list prices.
Just Like We Said, Moayedi to Buy Statler Hilton For Residential Conversion With Entertainment, Retail
Update Nov. 9: This must be a new retro trend — the live music venue! I’m told the developer refurbishing the At. Anthony Hotel in downtown St. Antonio also has plans to re-vive a ballroom and live music venue on the rooftop. Seems that, in the 1940′s and ’50s, folks would go down to the St. Anthony and dance to live bands while local radio stations broadcast the music. Perhaps this is what Mehrdad has in mind? (ce)
This is very preliminary scoop, so I will tell you outright that I may not have all the facts perfectly straight. But soon, I will. Let me tell you this: 2505 Turtle Creek, doesn’t that addy have a nice ring to it. I will bet you $100 and a bottle of Veuve that will be the name of a new, gorgeous, super high end luxury condominium coming to the corner of Turtle Creek & Fairmont.
Thursday Three Hundred: Gorgeous Condo Inside the Sorrento, Where Amenities Are More Than an Afterthough
The Sorrento is a really beautiful building that offers tons of great amenities to residents in a stunning, contemporary setting. If you want to capitalize on space, security, views and amenities, then you should definitely consider this building.
I have always loved this building, once touted as the tallest, largest, and most luxurious highrise west of the Mississippi River when it was built in 1957. Designed by the famed modernist Howard R. Meyer, 3525 Turtle Creek is a building with serious history.