This Spectacular Condo in Museum Tower Offers Unparalleled City Living

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Perched in the highly buzzed about Museum Tower sits this stunning condo with breathtaking, unobstructed city views. It’s just waiting to get snapped up, the only question is, who will be the lucky new owner? If you’re looking to jazz things up and find a home in the heart of Dallas, then this newly listed pristine home in the sky was made for you. 

Views, views, everywhere you look. When you walk in and see the airy, open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, you’ll instantly feel a zap of Dallas Arts District glamour, and your guests will have that same electrifying reaction as well. This condo, with modern and sleek style, lets Dallas truly shine. And when it’s filled with friends and family, that same simple yet captivating design allows the people inside to be the stars as well. 

Imagine guests mingling on the expansive terrace with cocktails in hand as the sun sets behind the dazzling city skyline. During the holiday season you can cook in the open gourmet kitchen as loved ones watch football games in the living area or play board games at the dining table. When it’s time the dig in, there is plenty of counter space to lay out your feast for a causal, buffet-style dinner or set the table for a formal affair complete with atmospheric lighting and the finest crystal. 

While entertaining or relaxing in this 2-bedroom, 2-bath abode is nothing short of divine, the sumptuous views also show off all the wondrous Dallas spots you have to enjoy around you. Walk across the street to Klyde Warren Park for a concert, yoga class, or an exceptional meal at one of the area’s trendy restaurants. With your home right in the center of Dallas’s cultural hub, you can peruse the nearby Dallas Musuem of Art or hear awe-inspiring voices at the Winspear Opera house anytime you please. 

Discerning buyers are clamoring to live in this luxury high-rise in an ideal Dallas location, so you’ll need to act fast to make this 2,424-square-foot residence yours. Truly city living at its finest, the condo is tucked in the northwest corner and offers park and tree views from every room so you get a constant connection to nature without the upkeep of maintaining a landscape of your own.

To tour the beautiful abode, contact Susan Baldwin of Allie Beth Allman & Associates at 214-763-1591.


Candy Evans

A real estate muckraker, Candy Evans is one of the nation’s leading real estate reporters. She is also the North Texas real estate editor for, CultureMap Dallas, Modern Luxury Dallas, & the Katy Trail Weekly. Candy has written for Joel Kotkin’s The New Geography, Inman Real Estate News, plus a host of national sites. Constantly breaking celebrity real estate news, she scooped former president George W. Bush's Dallas home in 2008. She is the founder and publisher of her signature, and, devoted to the vacation home market. Her verticals have won many awards, including Best Blog by the venerable National Association of Real Estate Editors, one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious journalism associations. Candy holds an active Texas real estate license but does not sell. She is on the Board of Directors of Braemar Hotels & Resorts (BHR).

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  1. Shannon Thornton says

    I’m sorry to say it pains me to see Museum Tower written up without what I think should be a requisite nod to the unfortunate relationship it has with its neighbor, the Nasher Sculpture Center. The damage that the glare from the Tower wreaks on the Nasher and the City’s intransigence around doing anything to remedy the problem are nothing short of a crime and a tragedy. It’s been seven years and I understand proposals put forth come up against resistance both from the Pension Fund, and the Nasher and its architect. I just can’t help but wonder how many residents of the Tower know anything about what their building is doing to one of our city’s most valuable cultural institutions? Most recent DMN reporting:

    • Dr. Timothy B. Jones says

      I was sympathetic to the Nasher cause until they dug in their heals and refused any possible solution short of tearing the skin of the high-rise tower off. The Nasher had numerous opportunities in the matter and basically gave The Pension Fund the middle finger. I think the Tower was right in walking away….you can’t make a deal unless BOTH parties are interested in doing so. In the end, The Nasher was completely unreasonable and therefore have no one to blame but themselves. The Tower broke no laws and built exactly what the city permitted them to build.

      • Mike says

        Exactly. It is now just a stubborn architect who really should have taken into account that wow, someone might actually build a high rise next to his museum in downtown.

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