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Year-to-date, the average home price in bustling Uptown and Downtown neighborhoods is about $350,000 while the highest sale price so far this year comes in at $3,500,000.
The wide selection of luxury high rises, smart live/work spaces, sophisticated mid rises and convenient townhomes means there’s a home, and a price, for everyone—from smart-sizers looking to rediscover urban living to young professionals seeking pedestrian friendly streets.
2430 Victory Park Lane #3201 | Listed for $3,390,000
This sophisticated W Penthouse sits on the light-filled 32nd floor amid sweeping views of the Dallas skyline. Experience the thriving city on the dual dramatic terraces that span 993 square feet.
1918 Olive Street #902 | Listed for $2,335,000
A true statement in contemporary architecture, Museum Tower anchors the Dallas Arts District as its most exclusive, purely residential centerpiece. The 42-story tower sits perfectly on idyllic Klyde Warren Park. Enter your home via private elevator access and view your surroundings through floor-to-ceiling glass.
2335 Worthington Street | Listed for $579,000
Located on superb corner in Uptown, this light-filled end-unit townhome has its own gated access to semi private park and pool. Enjoy three bedrooms, tall ceilings, an oversized garage, and a balcony in the master for morning coffee. Walk to the restaurants, shops and fun.
For more luxury homes, see briggsfreeman.com. Click here to see the latest in real estate news. President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with six offices in Dallas, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.