Regency Row Exterior 1

It’s been a Ritzy week here at CandysDirt.com and I’ve got a different story to tell.

Having lunch at the Dallas Ritz with Kyle Crews from Allie Beth Urban was the perfect tee-up to my flight to Paris … where the Ritz legend was born.  In a way it was also a harbinger.  You see, there are four Regency Row townhouses associated with the Dallas Ritz, three of which remain unfinished shells. My arrival in Paris, 9-hours late after four planes and lost luggage, made my first 48-hours rather unfinished in a different way.

We’ve all driven by these odd townhomes wondering if they were really homes (they are) and not some elaborate Ritz stage piece masking some hidden purpose like an Oncor substation (they’re not).  Now that the McKinney and Olive building, designed by award-winning architect César Pelli, is complete, the Regency Row townhomes have something nifty to look at.  It sort of completes the street scene for this block.

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The front doors are making a splash over at the Regency Row Homes at The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Dallas, and oh how elegant they are: crafted by Potter Art Metal Studios of Dallas, who also did the staircase in the Crespi Estate, the home of Thomas O. and Cinda Hicks.

Regency Row is about to be released by the Ritz, pricing at about $4.4 to
$5.2 million — delivered as shell units so buyers can completely customize each interior. Of course, the Ritz will assist with finishing or refer to one of several approved builders.

The Regency Row homes range in size from about 6,400 to
7,000 square feet, that being exclusive of the private garages (with garage doors! Openers!) equipped with a high-speed private elevator from garage to each of the four living levels. Or saunter up to the fifth floor private rooftop terrace.

By the way, I am talking properties here in Pebble Beach at Concourse and everything is loving the garage concept at The Ritz. Wow, said one Rolls owner, a garage in my condo? –that would cost a small fortune in New York City. I pointed out that what he saved in state income tax alone by buying in Texas would likely cover his HOAs…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The private
garages are a feature your crowd at Concourse D’Elegance Car Show in
Pebble Beach will appreciate, Candy.
Many thanks for distributing our Tower Brochures — bring us a
buyer!!