There are a lot of variables to consider when purchasing a high-rise condo. I’m creating a bit of a buyer’s guide to help you compare and contrast the various buildings in Dallas. Parts One and Two covered those high-rises where all utilities are included with their monthly HOA dues … and the waaay north Bonaventure and Grand Treviso — in Irving for gosh sakes — Irving.
The following two columns will cover Dallas’ most expensive buildings. These buildings are the household names of unaffordable, aspirational living that a mountain of winning scratch-off tickets wouldn’t get you into.
Throughout this series, I’m pointing out things about high-rises that most haven’t considered.