Live and Work in This Turnkey Uptown Building Auctioned by Concierge in Coop with Compass

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Centurion American CEO Mehrdad Moayedi is sending this six-story flex-use building to auction next month.

Located in the heart of Uptown Dallas, 2934 N. Hall Street will auction online with No Reserve via Concierge Auctions in cooperation with Jonathan Rosen of Compass Real Estate. Currently offered for $8.9 million, bidding will be held Dec. 18–22 via Concierge Auctions’ online marketplace,, allowing buyers to bid digitally from anywhere in the world.

2934 N. Hall Street offers convenience and style for a start-up business, space for artists to create and exhibit their work, or a unique office with open retail space. The six-story turnkey furnished property boasts a desirable blend of commercial and residential possibilities.

“Having watched several of Concierge Auctions’ successes over the years and even the last couple of weeks, I couldn’t be more thrilled to bring this property to auction,” Compass’ Rosen said. “Concierge’s ability to bring a property to market with the promise of a time-sensitive sale means that we’re poised to capitalize on finding a buyer and ultimately make a successful sale—all within 60 days. With uncertainty being at an all-time high, Concierge Auctions is one thing you can truly be certain about.”

2934 N. Hall Street offers convenience and style for a start-up business, artists’ gallery, or a unique office with open retail space.

Ideally suited for employees and potential client visitors, the property has 11 covered, in-building parking spaces.

Above, the four-story penthouse has the feel of a stand-alone home, with a luxurious master sanctuary and spa bath, walls of glass, and a wraparound terrace for entertaining or enjoying some quiet time away from work.

Additional features include a separate entertainment space that can be used to host clients, throw a launch party, or develop into a bright, open-plan office with an enormous wet bar/barista counter, catering kitchen, and an expansive walk-out patio with sweeping views of downtown Dallas.

There are an additional seven total residences, all with floor-to-ceiling windows; multiple wraparound terraces; a wine cellar/storage; and oversized hot tub—all in a desirable location less than three miles from Downtown Dallas and close to DART transportation options. 

“Having bought several homes with Concierge Auctions already, bringing this live/work property to auction was an obvious choice. Not only are they the top luxury real estate auction company in the world, they have incredible acumen when it comes to finding the perfect buyer for unique properties,” said seller Mehrdad Moayedi, CEO of Centurion American. 

Uptown Dallas offers incredible museums, shopping, performing arts, sports, and many dining and nightlife options—a prime area for work and play. Despite being in the middle of everything, there is plenty of green space for enjoying the weather. Turtle Creek Park is less than a mile from 2934 North Hall Street, offering parks and trails. Dallas’ celebrated urban oasis, Klyde Warren Park, bridges Uptown with the city’s dynamic Arts District and is less than 2 miles away. Easy access to the Dallas North Tollway, I-35/Stemmons Freeway, Central Expressway, Dallas Love Field, and DFW International Airport make this unique opportunity well-suited for use as an office space.

2934 North Hall Street is available for showings daily from 1–4PM and by appointment and for private virtual showings. 

As part of Concierge Auctions’ Key for Key giving program in partnership with Giveback Homes, the closing will result in a new home built for a family in need.

Concierge Auctions offers a commission to the buyers’ representing real estate agents. See Auction Terms and Conditions for full details. For more information, including property details, exclusive virtual tour, diligence documents, and more, visit or call 212-202-2940.


Shelby Skrhak

Shelby is Associate Editor of, where she focuses on sponsored content, estate sales, and suburbs. She's a journalist and podcaster turned full-time freelance writer based in Plano. She comes to after running digital content and social media at SUCCESS magazine. She's a Lake Highlands native and graduate of UT-Dallas.

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  1. Dr. Timothy B. Jones says

    A bizarre concept by the developer that apparently has had no appeal. At more than $500 a square foot, there are far superior properties available both in build and location. Auction will reveal a true market value….but for developers, file this expensive mistake under Bentley Place or Renzi conversion project!

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