Sleek new Arts District tower is downtown Dallas’ latest address for high-rise
Residents of the new Hall Arts Residences in downtown Dallas have plenty to see.
The landmark Meyerson Symphony Center, red-roofed Winspear Opera House and the silver-clad cube of the Wyly Theater dominate the views from the pool deck of the just-completed Arts District condo tower.
The 28-story luxury residential high-rise sits smack in the middle of Dallas’ biggest collection of A-list architecture.
Designed by Dallas’ HKS, the new condo tower doesn’t try to outshine its neighbors.
Instead, the urban luxury home project gives its owners a sleek look outside and original art and luxurious amenities indoors.
Even the entrance to the high-rise is understated.
Just down the block on Leonard Street from the new Hall Arts Hotel, there’s no flashy sign — just a small courtyard at the glass entrance.
Step inside the lobby and you won’t find a two-story atrium or fancy fountains. “It’s very much a living room-style lobby,” Hall Group’s Ellen Marsau Burger said. “It’s very discreet, very bespoke, quiet luxury.”
Three years after the groundbreaking for the $250 million condo tower and adjoining luxury hotel, about 30% of the building is occupied by residents. “We are as close to finished as you can get,” Burger said.
Homes in the newest downtown condo tower start at $1.9 million for a 1,600-square-foot unit.
“The average size is 3,800 square feet,” Burger said. “We’ve seen a lot of sales in the 3,000-square-foot range.”
The two-level penthouse has 10,000 square feet of space and comes with a private rooftop pool on the 28th floor.
“It’s still available,” Burger said. “We have had several tours. The views are just stunning of downtown.” There’s no set price for the penthouse, which remains just a shell until a buyer comes along.
Building residents get to use all of the amenities and services available at the Hall Arts Hotel next door.
The condo high-rise also has its own third-floor lounge, fitness room, wine storage room, spa treatment room and large dining and meeting room.
Outside there is a lap pool overlooking Flora Street, a smaller soaking pool and outdoor lounge areas and grills.
There’s a putting green for golf fans and two outdoor dog yards. “Some of our owners have dogs that are like family members,” Burger said.
Condos in the building are being marketed by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty.
The Hall Arts Residences had buyers almost from the day of the groundbreaking, Burger said.
“We had a group of early visionary buyers that came in in 2016 and 2017 who said they wanted to be in the building,” Burger said. “We’ve had buyers from California, Chicago and other gateway cities.
“It’s a good mix of people from local and out of town.”