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Old 11-24-2011, 09:41 PM
Location: Dallas,Texas
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Museum Tower project close to topping out | Dallas-Fort Worth Commercial Real Estate News - Business News for Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Morning News

Construction crews are working on the top floor of the first skyscraper to be built in downtown Dallas in more than two decades.
The 42-story Museum Tower condominium building has been under construction for more than a year at Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Pearl Street in downtown Dallas’ Arts District.
And the luxury residential tower won’t open its doors until next fall.
But the rapier-thin high-rise has already made a big change to downtown’s skyline.
Los Angeles-based architects Johnson Fain designed the building with an exterior mosaic of silver and gray tinted glass.
The $200 million tower will have about 110 condo units and is a project of developer Brook Partners, Turtle Creek Holdings and the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System.
Units in the building start at more than $1 million. The builders haven’t disclosed how many of the condominiums are under contract for purchase.
Museum Tower is the tallest downtown Dallas building constructed since the 55-story Chase Tower was completed in 1987.
And it’s one of the tallest buildings under construction in the country.
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Old 02-14-2012, 02:31 PM
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A look inside Museum Tower | wfaa.com Dallas - Fort Worth

DALLAS - "Welcome to our penthouse," said Greg Greene, a co-Developer of the Museum Tower. "You're at the top of the world up here. Forty-two stories up."

With a 360 view of Dallas, the Museum Tower's penthouse is big - 9,000 square feet of luxury pushing a $20-million-plus price tag, depending on finish out.

"There is a massive wow factor," Greene said. "Imagine waking up to this every morning."

"...Downtown is in a renaissance," Greene said. "You have Uptown that's exciting, Victory, we see it as a triangle of activity. It's basically and entertainment and cultural playground."
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Old 02-14-2012, 02:33 PM
Location: North Texas
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My hubby is working on that
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Old 02-14-2012, 03:20 PM
Location: Dallas, TX
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Niiiiiice! One can at least dream....
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