I’m going to predict 2015 as the year of the condo. You can quote me on this. I think that, with so many cool projects — both mixed use and residential only — planned and coming on line next year, you’ll see a much more robust condo market. That’s good for Dallas, a city that is known for its sprawl, as we try to concentrate more of our homeowners in dense, urban areas. Now if we could just get our sidewalks figured out …
But, one of the neatest buildings in the urban core is one that is accessible both by location and price. That’s the Beat Condos in the Cedars. It’s a gorgeous building just south of downtown at 1001 Belleview Street. Not only does this building have tons of great amenities, including a saltwater pool, a spa, and a huge deck where you can hang out, enjoy the view, and just relax, but it is in one of the hottest neighborhoods in Dallas. There will be an Alamo Drafthouse Theater moving in just down the street next year, and there’s more where that came from, too.
And Unit 505? Well, let’s just say that it lives up to the “high-caliber” moniker. It’s a unit that you’ll fall in love with, and when you fall in love, you don’t want any trouble at closing. That’s where Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans comes in. Lisa, who is an experienced mortgage professional, can make sure that you get through pre-approval and closing without a single stumble. See what Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans can do for you today.
This fifth-floor unit is a spectacular one. It’s represented by Oak Cliff resident and David Griffin Realtor Crystal Gonzalez for $329,000. That’s a fabulous price for what you get, which includes access to all the amenities this building has to offer, as well as two full bedrooms, two full baths, 1,272 square feet, and a great balcony for drinking up views (and maybe a glass of vino, too!).
This is a totally secure building, and the fifth floor is a great level for gazing at one of the greatests vistas Dallas has to offer. Really, this angle is my favorite of the Dallas skyline! What do you think?