The name Ritz Carlton has long stood for unparalleled luxury. Long ago, the brand set the standard for elegance, class, comfort, privacy, and service. In fact, the name Ritz became so linked to luxury that the word ritzy entered our dictionaries to denote stylish!
When the company expanded into luxury residential living, we held our breath for a Dallas location. The moment the Tower Residences at the Ritz Carlton Dallas arrived, there was a race to snap up these gorgeous properties, and it’s never stopped. So when one is available to rent, it’s an excellent opportunity for anyone moving here to get an insider’s view of our fair city.
It’s not often you find a rental property at the Tower Residences at the Ritz Carlton. When I spotted this newly remodeled two-bedroom condo with the sought after open floor plan and two walk-in closets in the principal suite, I thought, this is precisely where I’d want to land upon arriving in Dallas. You have to get your feet on the ground in a new city, and there is no better place to do that than here, in the middle of Dallas, with every service available you could possibly want.
When you are lucky enough to live at The Ritz Carlton, you don’t just get a luxury residence. You get an incomparable lifestyle. Of course, the building is gorgeous, designed by Robert A.M Stern Architects. They are known for iconic structures like 15 Central Park West, Comcast Center, and The George W. Bush Presidential Center at Southern Methodist University.
A skyway connects the Tower Residences to the hotel with complete top of the line amenities including a full-service spa and fitness center, resort-style pools and gardens, private meeting rooms, a club room, a pet park, valet and concierge services, and the signature a la carte services.
If you love to cook, the kitchen has Wolf, SubZero, and Asko appliances with a wine fridge and a warming drawer. Entertaining is a dream with ceiling speakers installed throughout the unit, and with that view, you’ll be inviting new-found friends over for cocktails on the balcony before you can say your first “y’all”!
Once the unit was remodeled, Allie Beth Allman’s Ariana Stern had it staged by the fantastic team at George Bass Stage and Design to create just the right ambiance. Anyone leasing or purchasing wants to understand how a home will live, and nothing offers that experience like luxury staging! “It’s a spectacular apartment,” Bass said. “The remodel made it feel very spacious, and, of course, the Ritz is a great place to live.”
The Ritz Carlton has, at my last count, 32 in America, 13 more worldwide. Dallas has the only one in Texas.
Although it’s hard to believe, the concept of hotel-branded residences has been around for decades. In 1927 the Sherry-Netherland became the first branded residence. Our fascination with hotel residences has only grown, and now there are over 400 branded residences around the world.
In 2020 Forbes Travel Guide published their list of five-star properties. This year, 268 made the cut and The Ritz Carlton was the only hotel in Texas to make that list. And remember, residents enjoy ALL of the hotel amenities, including Dean Fearing’s restaurant!
If you love as much as I do, and can’t bear to leave, you can purchase it for only $2.149 million. “ The views are phenomenal,” Stern said. This unit overlooks the Federal Reserve and that gorgeous side of uptown. The service at the Ritz is beyond compare. They take care of everything.”
And who doesn’t want that? We’re hearing high-rise living is suddenly hot again, and we are not surprised. All those folks making their second homes a primary residence still need a Dallas base, and what are they looking for? Maintenance-free, luxury living at the Tower Residences at the Ritz Carlton.
This beautiful unit at 1101 in the Tower Residences at the Ritz Carlton at 2525 N. Pearl unit is for lease at $15,000 per month.