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Trending—Elevated Outdoor Living in Dallas Luxury High-Rises

This elegant Ritz Tower unit, 2525 N, Pearl Street #901 in Uptown, is upgraded with museum finishes. Listed for $1,310,000. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Outdoor spaces are one of the most important features of luxury high-rise homes right now. Buyers are looking for large balconies that extend indoor spaces for entertaining and enjoying the views. Any time you can get green space and serenity into a luxury high-rise, whether it’s a terrace or a view of the park, that’s going to attract the buyer.

For a taste of what it’s like to live in one of these homes, click here.

At Ltd. Edition | No. 2505, a luxury, 60-residence building that will break ground next year in Turtle Creek, the homes will have huge terraces that are engineered to grow grass and small trees. It’s like having a private yard – in a high-rise.

We are starting to see the trend toward luxury condo projects spread to suburban environments in our market. Frisco and McKinney both have developments finished or under way, Plano has one planned, and Southlake and Arlington have discussed it.

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For more luxury homes, see briggsfreeman.com. Click here to see the latest in real estate news. CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with six offices in Dallas, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.

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