One Arts Plaza is the epicenter of Dallas city living. Finding a luxury lease here is not easy, so I’m excited about Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s Faisal Halum bringing this one to the rental market.
If you are relocating to Dallas and want to be in the heart of our city, it does not get better than One Arts Plaza. Renowned architect Lionel Morrison designed the 24-story multi-use building as an anchor for the 19 block, 68.4-acre Dallas Arts District. If you enjoyed living in downtown New York, Chicago, or San Francisco, you’ll feel entirely at home here.
At One Arts Plaza, there are only 61 luxury condos with a private residential lobby and elevator. Amenities include a rooftop pool, a private fitness center, an owner’s room for special events, concierge service, valet parking, and 24-hour security.
Clearly, it’s a big deal when one of these condos is available for lease. This one has 2,784-square-feet, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a powder bath, and it comes fully furnished. If you need to arrive with only a suitcase, this is your dream home!
Morrison designed One Arts Plaza to take advantage of the views, but nothing prepares you for them. Especially in this corner unit. The impact upon walking into a luxury condo with 11-foot ceilings, walls of windows, and a 270-degree view of the Dallas skyline, is breathtaking. When the weather is nice you can enjoy the views from a 400-square-foot covered terrace.
You may not immediately notice, but the building is tiered. This corner unit does not have another residence above it.
Everything speaks to quality and luxury living here. The walls are museum finished and the floors are hardwood and seagrass limestone. The kitchen is by Bulthaup with Miele and SubZero appliances.
The bathroom shower has so many bells and whistles inside, you may think you are in a spa. What I truly love is the embedded TV across from the vessel tub. You can soak away your day while watching the “Real Housewives of Dallas”!
“The views are wonderful, the location is great with easy access to multiple freeways, and you can walk to everything in the Arts District, “Halum said.
For $12,500 per month, you can have a luxurious city life in unit 1915 at 1717 Arts Plaza.