Bathed in a signature glowing blue light, The Azure is a 31-story high-rise that’s become an integral part of the Dallas skyline from its home in the city’s bustling master-planned Harwood District.
Located in a prestigious neighborhood, the 22-story residential tower is a legend among Dallas high-rises and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Located in an area of Dallas steeped in historical significance, the former 2011 Cedar Springs Building was demolished in early 1999, to make way for the new 2011 Cedar Springs condominiums.
Built in 2000, the 11-story high-rise of 60 units in Uptown is conveniently located, bright, and airy, with contemporary style.
Urban life is alive and well in Dallas’ Main Street District. It runs along Main, Elm, and Commerce bordered by Lamar and Harwood Streets.
With a regal skyline presence above Dallas’ premier luxury neighborhood, The Renaissance on Turtle Creek is magnificent.
Perhaps nothing demonstrates the walkability of Downtown Dallas better than the sleek entertainment district surrounding the American Airlines Center.
There is an electricity in the air regarding news of an Oak Lawn apartment tower site set to break ground soon.
There are plenty of things to discover about Dallas’s favorite trail.