Welcome to Part Seven of CandysDirt.com’s Dallas High-Rise Buyer’s Guide. We’ve covered a lot of turf so far. Thirty-Three high-rises in fact. We began with two columns discussing the merits of buildings that include utilities in their HOA dues (here, here). We moved on to the house porn of Dallas’ most expensive high-rises (here, here) before continuing again to what passes for a high-rise mid-market (here, here). These final two columns will focus on the gateway drugs of high-rise living … those most affordable for those with less stratospheric budgets. It’s worth noting that many of the high-rises that include utilities in their HOA dues also fall within this more budget-friendly category. If you’re in this group (with me), it may be worth a peek back at those columns as you shop around.
The most glaring thing about this grouping is that fact that Dallas hasn’t built a new non-millionaire high-rise since 2002’s Travis at Knox and 2007’s Beat Lofts. It’s equally been a decade since The Metropolitan was converted to mid-budget condos (covered in next week’s final installment).