Museum Tower: Why Make The Move?

Owners at Museum Tower experience a level of service that extends beyond the expected to the extraordinary. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

High-rise living can be a very exciting and enjoyable lifestyle, including luxury services and amenities not available in most traditional homes. But, is it really the most fitting choice for YOUR everyday life?

Here are a few questions we get at Museum Tower from people considering a move to the high-rise lifestyle.

Q: I live in an 8,000 square foot home. If I move to a luxury high-rise, what do I do with all my stuff?

A: With a new phase of life comes an incredible opportunity to liberate oneself from the extraneous. The fact is that most people only use a limited amount of space in their homes on a regular basis. Our residents relish starting anew, surrounded by the art and belongings that truly matter.

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Q: Will it still feel like home?

A: A high-rise home is every bit as much of a home as the traditional home you may be leaving. It’s really all about the personal stamp you put on your private space and how you enjoy the special qualities of your neighborhood. At Museum Tower, we offer a variety of flexible floor plans. Plus every residence has its own private entrance, courtesy of secure elevators that whisk you directly to your front door.

Q: What are the advantages of living high-rise?

A: It’s easy and affords you the time to focus on the important things. At Museum Tower, residents never have to worry about details like pool maintenance or hail damage to the roof, and our service staff can attend to many of your everyday needs. Whether it’s assisting with an event or having your favorite meal delivered to your home before you return from a trip, you’re able to experience many memorable days.

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Q: Do I have to give up the feel of living in a neighborhood?

A: For residents at Museum Tower, neighborhood gatherings are just as important as they were when they lived in a traditional neighborhood.  Residents come together for weekly Happy Hours, invite their neighbors to personal events and frequently enjoy nights out on the town together. This group of influencers and out-of-the-box thinkers thrives on being connected to their community and their world.

Certain described services are subject to future modification by the Condominium Association and may be subject to additional fees. Homes starting at $1.35 million. For a private tour, call our visit our sales center. 1918 N. Olive Street, Dallas, Texas 75201. 214954-1234.

For more luxury homes, see Click here to see the latest in real estate news. President and 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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