Work has begun recently on the most expensive downtown Dallas development in more than a decade. The $250 million Hall Arts Residences condominium tower and Hall Arts Hotel will be a major addition to downtown Dallas’ Arts District. This is part of a 442,000 sf mixed-use, ecofriendly, arts-centric living environment including 245,000 sf, 26-story residential tower with 9,500 sf of retail, 171,000 sf of 183-key boutique hotel including ballroom, meeting rooms, bar and elevated pool deck and 92,500 sf below-grade parking structure. The condominiums will average in size just under 4,000 square feet with the two-level penthouse containing more than 10,000 square feet. The residential tower will be aimed at people now in traditional homes that want to be in an urban environment in the Arts District.
The project will be setting a new standard for high-rise living in Dallas, the Hall Arts Homes tower offers 40 units over 26 levels. Each home has floor-to-ceiling glass windows and oversized terrace balconies giving each resident a “penthouse-style” experience. Residents also have direct access to major art venues, restaurants and world-class entertainment right outside the building’s entrance. The building site is situated within the heart of the world-renowned Dallas Arts District and between the buildings of four Pritzker award -winning architects.
The site, units and interior spaces are organized to celebrate and embrace the architectural monuments that surround the site, treating them as works of art and framing views onto the main thoroughfare of the Arts District. With its high degree of transparency, the architectural feature captures the signature lobby staircase overlooking the district’s fantastic setting and seizing the energy of its surroundings.
Beyond the building, Hall Arts Office supports art’s culture by providing space for events, cocktail parties and temporary residences for visiting artists. Guest suites are available to residents for their visitors for privacy during extended stays. The outdoor amenities are designed to be part of the streetscape and create a public face to the tower. There is valet underground parking for each resident. So when your kids are grown and gone, and you are ready to change lifestyles, but still love the location and proximity to Bryan Place, you might consider this as an option. Of course, so long one does not mind the starting price tag of about $2 million dollars.
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Submitted by: Amir Safvat