Community and Culture at Museum Tower
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Community and Culture at Museum Tower

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Dallas loves the high-rise lifestyle, as evidenced by the number of homeowners leaving the suburbs for the excitement and convenience of life in the center of the city. Nowhere is this more evident than within the spectacular 42-floors of the stunning Museum Tower, with its floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing breathtaking views in every direction.

Potential homeowners are fascinated by this property, which is now more than 50 percent sold. Beyond the altitude, one of the most intriguing facets of Museum Tower is its cutting-edge attitude.

Residents view their home, high-in-the-sky over Downtown Dallas, as an exclusive neighborhood as opposed to simply another high-rise building.

1918 Olive Street #403 75201, Museum Tower, Lea Anne Laughlin, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's home for sale in Dallas-sitting

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Museum Tower’s Director of Resident Relations is Tanya Mendenhall, who ensures the delivery of unique services well beyond a standard concierge. She continually looks for new and distinctive ways to enhance residents’ living experiences, thoughtfully and innovatively.

Being located within the area’s most exciting footprint for the arts and performances, a growing bevy of trendy restaurants, shopping and more, the geographical benefits are outstanding.

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1918 Olive Street #2602

However, what’s inside Museum Tower is even more special. Mendenhall says the community of residents at the majestic signature structure enjoys regular social gatherings; intimate lectures with impressive guest speakers; as well as the staff’s incomparable attention to detail. From being greeted upon arrival at a weekly gathering with a favorite cocktail to returning from a trip to find a stocked pantry and so much more, residents find designated staff is on hand to handle duties such as shopping, laundry and even dog walking.

Day-to-day routines bring neighbors together, like the mornings when residents are greeted in one of the owners’ lounges with breakfast items like fruits and pastries, or even breakfast tacos. Small touches make all the difference in creating a culture that counts CEOs, Dallas leaders, and international travelers among its exclusive membership.

Visit Museum Tower and envision the options for an exceptional life artfully crafted to exceed every expectation.

Certain described services are subject to future modification by the Condominium Association and may be subject to additional fees. Homes starting at $1.25 million. For a private tour, call our visit our sales center. 1918 N. Olive Street, Dallas, Texas 75201. MuseumTowerDallas.com. 214-954-1234. mailto:[email protected].

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For more luxury homes throughout North Texas, see briggsfreeman.com. President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with offices in Dallas, Fort Worth Cultural District, Fort Worth-Mira Vista, Uptown, Lakewood, Southlake, The North, Ranch and Land, Ranch and Land West, and The Ballpark.  

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