High Rise Living in Dallas

With Seven One-Bedroom Listings, It’s Pick Of The Litter Ritz-Style

By Jon Anderson / November 20, 2020 / 0 Comments

Between the two Ritz towers, there are 165 units and 16 listed for sale – that’s roughly 10 percent. One shy of half of those are one-bedrooms in Tower Two (pictured above). Now’s the time to buy because unlike the rest of the world, Ritz one-bedrooms are a micro-buyers’ market. There are three “04” units […]

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Stoneleigh Double Unit Balances Stately Georgian With Modernity

By Jon Anderson / November 18, 2020 / 0 Comments

I’ll be honest. I typically barf at high-rise condos with vintage interiors. High-rises are by nature modern, so seeing Elizabethan canopy beds, William Morris wallpaper, or Louis XVI gilding just seems incongruous. Who’d have thought Georgian would work so well? Stoneleigh double-unit 17 A/B is a whopping 7,825 square feet facing downtown Dallas. It has […]

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This Modern, Minimalist Stunner Epitomizes Luxury High-Rise Living

By Elaine Raffel / October 22, 2020 / 0 Comments

Every once in a while we discover a condo that instantly reminds us why high-rise living is so appealing. Unit 10F in Uptown’s Park Towers is exactly where we want to kick back with a glass of wine and savor the sunset.

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Penthouse Plunge: The Penthouse is Finally SOLD and CLOSED

By Jon Anderson / September 25, 2020 / 2 Comments

1 Kings 10:7: “And behold, the half was not told me.” * I bet you thought my last Penthouse Plunge column was the last. I had that hope, too. But just as it took me two months to close this deal when I was the buyer, it equally took two months to close as the […]

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More Inventory, More Opportunity in Dallas High-Rises

By Jon Anderson / August 3, 2020 / 1 Comment

We’ve all been glued to stories detailing how the real estate market has avoided doom and roared back to life as quickly as dentists (one needs open houses, the other open mouths). But all the reports of low inventory surround the single-family home market. I’ve yet to see a report that talks about the multi-family […]

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Penthouse Plunge: Going, Going … Almost GONE

By Jon Anderson / July 13, 2020 / 10 Comments

Over the long July Fourth weekend, I received two offers on my Penthouse Plunge at the Claridge. One offer was quite low citing the prospective buyers’ uncertainty in the high-rise market in the face of COVID-19. The other was a much higher cash offer that wanted some customizations. Even after the low-baller increased their offer, […]

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