High-rise living is not a new concept, yet more and more Dallasites, both homegrown and transplants, are opting for breathtaking tree-top neighborhoods where the size of the view is more important than the size of the yard. The result is growth in popularity and real estate value in the Turtle Creek Corridor, Downtown, Uptown and other vertical neighborhoods.
1717 Arts Plaza #1905 | Listed for $750,000
With a hypnotic view, the 19th floor residence at One Arts Plaza is an opportunity to live within the design of one of Dallas’ most prestigious architects, Lionel Morrison. This one-bedroom, two-bathroom home with study and chef’s kitchen maintains a distinguished and private feel.
2801 Turtle Creek Boulevard #1W | Listed for $2,295,000
This elegant residence on one of Dallas’ most distinguished streets boasts a traditional floor plan and layout including grand formals, a beautiful entry way, high ceilings and a paneled library. Gorgeous amenities in this two-bedroom home include Lutron lighting, two fireplaces, hardwood floors and more.
3535 Gillespie Street #501 | Listed for $375,000
This gleaming one-bedroom home is managed by the Mansion at Turtle Creek and provides many five-star amenities such as 24-hour security, valet service and two fitness centers. A wall of windows and French doors adjoin the balcony that overlooks a charming park. The well-appointed kitchen features granite countertops and premium appliances.
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