This home is a fantasy fulfilled.
Museum Tower this week released renderings of its vision for this $24 million home atop the 42-story contemporary high-rise condominium tower in the heart of Dallas.
Located in the thriving 68-acre Dallas Arts District and featuring services and amenities well beyond the expected, Museum Tower offers its owners a truly elevated lifestyle framed by 360-degree views of Dallas and beyond.
The penthouse, with 9,350 square feet on the 42nd floor plus up to an additional 5,600 square feet of rooftop terrace, is a pristine blank canvas awaiting transformation into a residential masterpiece. The announced price is $24 million with a $3 million build-out allowance.
Completed in 2013, the building will soon be 50% sold according to Steve Sandborg, Managing Director, Sales and Operations. “We knew we had a superior location, a masterfully designed piece of architecture and a service program that would differentiate us,” says Sandborg. “But you never really know how smart all the planning is until you see who actually buys and gives you feedback on their experience over time. Now we really understand the personality of the building, the people to whom it appeals, and how they want to live. Plus, our audience is much more international than we originally envisioned. So we think the time is right to talk about our truly unique penthouse.”
Urban living as expressed in penthouse design is being elevated to an art form in the great cities of the world. As Dallas takes an increasingly more important role on the global stage as one of the fastest growing U.S. cities and a center for international business operations, it is attracting clientele that demand urban living options that are truly one-of-a-kind.
The Penthouse space being offered will be the highest residence in Dallas with floor-to-ceiling glass walls that feature 360-degree views out from the dynamic center of Dallas. “You truly feel like you are ‘on top of the world’ when you’re in this space,” said Steve Sandborg, Managing Director, Sales and Operations.
In addition to the full 42nd floor of the building, the penthouse owner can build an ultimate terrace using up to 5,600 square feet of space on the building’s rooftop.
To help prospective buyers envision the potential finish out of the penthouse, which is currently shell space, Architectural Interior designer Paul Duesing created conceptual plans and renderings.
North Texas’ vibrant economy and business friendly environment has catapulted Dallas to the top ranks of international corporate headquarters. The influx of corporate investment has fueled the demand for luxurious high-rise residences. Museum Tower’s current residents are a global clientele – corporate executives, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, collectors – whose fast paced lifestyles demand impeccable service and exclusive amenities. The building will soon be 50 percent sold, Sandborg said.
Whether procured as a primary residence or the Dallas pied-a-terre of a globe trotter, the Museum Tower Penthouse will be far above and unquestionably beyond anything else in the region.
“Clearly, this is a very special space that an individual will tailor to his or her precise specifications,” says Robbie Briggs, Chairman and CEO of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Real Estate, the project’s exclusive listing broker. “We are seeing more and more CEOs and global entrepreneurs relocating to Dallas because of its many business benefits. For someone, this will be a truly remarkable high-rise residence, an exquisite addition to someone’s global portfolio.
“We are already getting the word out through our Sotheby’s affiliates, and we are pleased that news of this Penthouse space has quietly been circulating to precisely the community we hope to reach. Dallas can now boast the most spectacular high-rise in the region with the 42-story Museum Tower, and the City Center and Arts District location is absolutely nonpareil.”
Museum Tower Sales Center: The Sales Center is located in Museum Tower, 1918 Olive Street. For more information or a personal tour, please contact the Sales Gallery at 214-954-1234 or visit www.museumtowerdallas.com.
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