Monthly Archive: October, 2020
Texas’ Most Spectacular Homes — An Exclusive Look at 5 of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s Showcase Properties
If you are more of a city person, Hall Arts Residences puts you in the heart of one of America’s best cities. This exquisite, three-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bath home provides the rare opportunity to reside in Dallas’s most luxurious and exclusive new high-rise.
Residents of the new Hall Arts Residences in downtown Dallas have plenty to see. The landmark Meyerson Symphony Center, red-roofed Winspear Opera House and the silver-clad cube of the Wyly Theater dominate the views from the pool deck of the just-completed Arts District condo tower. The 28-story luxury residential high-rise sits smack in the middle of Dallas’ biggest collection of A-list architecture.
What if you could live in a place that would actually help make you well? Or at least, inspire wellness? A home that would contribute to your extreme well-being, from the psychological to the physical to air that has found a way to minimize germs. I’m somewhat of a germ-phobe, and have been so well before pre-COVID days.
Considering this Arts District destination opened just last December, a number 5 spot on the list is impressive. Perhaps it’s because both Dallasites and travelers are pleased to finally have a hotel in the Arts District. “The idea behind HALL Arts Hotel was to create a Dallas destination that celebrates the city’s arts and culture in a setting that is as sophisticated and thought-provoking as the art it houses,” says Craig Hall, HALL Arts Hotel developer and founder and chairman of HALL Group.
Bolstered by deep corporate support, Dallas-Fort Worth has one of the most powerful nonprofit communities in the country. Its strength was on full display and celebrated this week as 20 winners were revealed at D CEO’s third annual Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards, presented in partnership with the Communities Foundation of Texas.