Posts Tagged ‘Dallas condos’

This Ain't No "Dallas Night At The Museum"

Monday, April 30th, 2012

Springing Up In Downtown Dallas Luxury Condos For Sale.

Dallas is a cultural district drawing comparisons to New York's famed 5th Avenue. In the center of it all, Museum Tower sits Northeast of the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and Southwest of the famous Nasher Sculpture Center. The property also fronts Woodall Rodgers Parkand is one block East of the future Performance Park which will tie in all the new buildings of the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts together.

Museum Tower provides an impeccable array of services and amenities. The property will have its own specialized staff, with a few of them having unique job descriptions. From whipping up guest lectures and book signings to securing tickets to the latest concert. Enjoy a cooking class with the project's culinary Ambassador, Stephen Pyles, or have your fridge stocked with his pre-packaged goodies. No problem. Also located on the property is a spectacular spa and fitness center equipped with the latest free weights, an outdoor lap pool, in-house Wellness Director and consultation and treatment rooms. And you can even order the spa's treatments performed right inside your home. Shop much? Every Owner will have direct access to a personalized concierge from the Downtown Neiman Marcus.

Museum Tower offers a collection of residences in nine floor plans, ranging from 1,450 to 8,700 square feet. Designed by World-renowned architect Scott Johnson, the dramatic one, two and three bedroom interiors will feature floor-to-ceiling glass, direct-access elevators, outdoor terraces and all requisite goodies imaginable will be built right in. Pricing begins around $1.2M. Contact Larry J. Blantonfor more information. 214.995.1160 Direct or Email.

How to Make a Dallas Condo Feel More Spacious

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Uptown Dallas Condo buildings are often stylish, modern and upscale, which is why so many Dallas residents are making the move to one of these beautiful buildings. Just some of the Uptown Dallas condo buildings that we love include: the Azure, the Ritz-Carlton Dallas condos, and the Metropolitan Club condos.

Downsizing from a spacious home to a smaller condo residence, however, can often pose a few problems.

In particular, purchasing a condo residence in one of the many exciting Uptown Dallas condo buildings may require you to get creative with a smaller space. Luckily, there are a number of ways you can make your time in one of the Uptown Dallas condo buildings quite comfortable.

Here are a few ideas for making your condo feel more spacious:

  • Cut down on the clutter – Too many things inside your Uptown Dallas condo will instantly make the space feel smaller. It is therefore always a good idea to take a few days and decide which things will stay and which things no longer have a place in your condo – or your life. When cutting down on the clutter, ask yourself if you’ve used this item within the last two years. If it hasn’t seen the light of day, it is probably time to get rid of it. Before tossing your unwanted belongings, however, consider what you can donate, sell or gift to friends.
  • Think in terms of scale – Furniture that doesn’t fit the size of your rooms will likely create disconnect in terms of comfort and style. In other words, larger pieces that may have fit nicely in your single-family home may simply be too large or awkward to fit into a smaller condo space. Too many pieces of furniture in any space will make it feel tight and claustrophobic, so consider eliminating any extraneous pieces from your home.
  • Consider multi-purpose furniture – When furnishing a condo or other small space, consider purchasing furniture that has multiple purposes. A coffee table with storage, an ottoman with storage or a sofa that folds out for a guest bed are all great ideas for condo furniture.

Condo Sales are Looking up in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

The 23-story Ritz-Carlton Tower Residences are a sign of recovery for the Dallas-Fort Worth condo market. In all, about one-third of the 95 properties have been purchased. Residences here range from $700,000 to more than $3.5 million.

This is good news for a market that has been struggling to recover since the economic downturn took hold. The building staff notes that business is picking up, much to their relief.

There have been 10 sales closed at the Ritz-Carlton Residences since the beginning of the year

Bryan Street Station and how it

Monday, June 1st, 2009

If there's one thing that the national housing market free fall of the last few years has taught us, it is that we all may be changing our vision of what makes a fine residence.

While some of the more upscale downtown Dallas condos are sitting idle on the market, or being rented out instead of sold, the condo and townhouse residences of Bryan Street Station are being quickly snatched up by eager homeowners.

In fact, the first phase of the Bryan Street Station is already sold out, and the second and third phases of the project are garnering a considerable amount of attention.

Why? Perhaps it's the excellent location and urban, contemporary design. Or maybe it's because they offer residents fine amenities at affordable prices. The residences of Bryan Street Station offer either European-style flats or townhomes from $143,000 to $300,000.

Although there is certainly proof that the Dallas market has cooled off considerably over the last year, new construction is certainly not a thing of the past. Builders and developers are simply switching gears and realizing that, along with the multi-million dollar condos of yesterday, there is certainly more than enough room in the condo market for affordable, yet stylish, downtown condo living.

Bryan Street is a fine example that you don't have to sacrifice convenience and location for price. Just some of the examples of what Bryan Street Station affords its residents include:

  • Ten-foot ceilings
  • Close proximity to the Dallas Arts District, American Airlines Center and public transportation
  • One, tow and three-bedroom units
  • Hardwood floors
  • Gourmet kitchens with euro-style cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances
  • Hip, contemporary architecture and interior design
  • Large, walk-in closets
  • Secure parking garage
  • Four, different floor plans
  • Spacious interiors
  • Pre-wired for cable

The Allure of Dallas Condos

Friday, June 20th, 2008

Take a look at the gorgeous condos available in the greater Dallas area. You

Dallas Downtown Condos - Now is the Time!

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

The kids are off at school, you just got that promotion, you and your partner are moving to Dallas and you like the idea of being right in the middle of it all. The reason doesn

Haven Condos in the Oaklawn/Uptown of Dallas

Sunday, November 4th, 2007

Haven is a modern contemporary building that has a loft like feel. This property is a newly constructed development right in the heart of Oakland. The 4 story building is on stilts with parking under the building. The HOA's (Home Owner Associations) are inexpensive compared to other buildings in the area.

Prices start in the low $200,000 range and go as high as the low $300,000 range offering 7 different floor plans. Some of the options available are walls that aren't entirely connected to the ceiling or glass walls that give it that modern feel.

All units come standard with stainless steel appliances, including refrigerator and stainless backsplash, the floors are bamboo and all counters in the kitchen are granite.

To schedule a tour or get more information on this complex or others in the area give me a call at 1-888-274-1436 ext 7. Eric Love your Uptown Realtor.