One Arts Plaza

Jon Anderson: It Took Dallas 12 Years to Kill a Skyline

By Jon Anderson / October 12, 2020 / 24 Comments

When people hear about “view protection” they think of silver spoon high-rise dwellers not wanting to share “their” sky. As a tin-spoon high-riser, there’s truth to that. Certainly, I checked nearby zoning to see what could be built in front of me (few do until it’s too late). But what about views towards the urban […]

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One Arts Plaza Offers the Best in City Living

By Karen Eubank / August 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

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 […]

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Dallas High-Rise Buyer’s Guide: More High-Rollers

By Jon Anderson / May 17, 2017 / 16 Comments

Well kids, we’ve reached the halfway point in our series. The first two covered buildings where utilities are included in their HOA dues as well as the outlying Bonaventure and Grand Treviso (here and here). The next pair, including this one, detail Dallas’ high-rise, high-roller buildings (here and literally right here).  Next week we’ll hit the first […]

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David Griffin Markets Standard-Bearing One Arts Plaza Unit Fit for an Art Collector

By Heather Hunter / March 24, 2017 / 0 Comments

You might expect to pay a cover fee to attend an open house at a property of this caliber. The art alone is worthy of exhibit. And together with  perfectly selected fixtures and finishes, 1717 Arts Plaza, unit 2208 strikes a masterful balance between the warmth of home and the aloofness of a gallery. The […]

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Angie Barrett’s One Arts Condo is Back on the Market & Way Better Than Before!

By Candy Evans / July 5, 2016 / 0 Comments

An “O” House is a home so fabulous you have to drop whatever you are doing (yeah, even that) or holding, including your nail file, to look! typing the name “Angie Barrett” takes me back about ten or so years, to when I had fewer wrinkles, smaller gluts, and Skip Hollandsworth wrote his famous “Angie […]

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Continuing Tuesday Night Design Fever: Brant’s Place — Downtown Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / November 14, 2011 / 0 Comments

The downtown Dallas Real Estate sow continues at One rats Plaza designer homes. Brant McFarlain refinished vintage furniture with luxurious and textural fabrics, mixing in modern art pieces and currently designed (i.e new) furniture. Gorgeous!

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