The Newest Homes at HALL Arts Residences Are The Definitions of Masterpieces
The Newest Homes at HALL Arts Residences Are The Definitions of Masterpieces

Art You Can Live In: HALL Arts Residences Masterpiece Collection

Beyond their rarity, here is just one reason why the Masterpiece Collection is extra-special. These homes are designed with a raised-floor system, wherein there is an 18-inch open space between the floor of each residence and the structural slab of the building. That resulting void allows not only for an even quieter living experience but also for an extraordinary level of ease and flexibility for placing walls, plumbing, electricity and technology cabling. When renovating for spatial changes or new technology — think cabling and conduits — the raised floors give homeowners maximum flexibility while minimizing any renovation noise for the neighbors.

For those who love to cook and entertain, the Masterpiece Collection homes come with sleek Bulthaup kitchen systems and handsome Gaggenau appliances — just the thing for soufflés and sautés. Most homes also feature a spacious butler pantry, ideal for residents needing ample storage. If the kitchen is not your happy place, take advantage of the proximity to HALL Arts Hotel’s restaurant, Ellie’s Restaurant and Lounge, which provides room service to residents. Homeowners also receive perks and direct access to all the hotel’s amenities.

It gets better: Residents experience the beauty of floor-to-ceiling views of nearby iconic buildings designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects, including the Winspear Opera House, Meyerson Symphony Center, and Wyly Theatre.

Residence 2201 is a model home at HALL Arts Residences by George Bass Stage & Design, who has contrasted white furnishings with high-design classics and strong black-and-white art to great effect.

You can take a glimpse at how life in a Masterpiece Collection home would look thanks to two marvelous model homes. Residence 2201, by George Bass Stage & Design, has contrasted his signature creamy-white furnishings with high-design classics (hello, Marcel Breuer chairs) and strong black-and-white art to great effect. Residence 2202 is by The Staged Collective and is a wonderful lesson on mixing textures via various fabrics, rugs and woods — but in a sophisticated way, not showy.

Both models are dreamy, as have been all the model homes here. Ever-changing and designed by esteemed local and national designers, the model-home program at HALL Arts Residences has brilliantly shown how the building is the perfect backdrop for every style of art and décor.

Residence 2202 is a model home at HALL Arts Residences by The Staged Collective. It is a lesson on mixing textures — employing various fabrics, rugs and woods — in a sophisticated way, not showy.

And then there is the tower itself: Glassy and gorgeous, HALL Arts Residences offers an array of luxury amenities, including the resort-style pool and spa — both with those city views! — a wine room, climate-controlled wine storage, various entertaining spaces, a full catering kitchen, a covered pet-play area and grooming station, 24/7 valet, private car service, and an on-site concierge team.

Every resident is also just steps from the city’s finest arts entities, such as the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and the Crow Museum of Asian Art, along with an array of chef-driven restaurants, entertainment venues, and art-filled outdoor parks, including the HALL Texas Sculpture Walk and Klyde Warren Park.

We’ve been saying since its opening: Life is elevated here at HALL Arts Residences. And now, time is truly of the essence, with just a handful of new homes left. Reach out — fast — to Cindi Caudle or Kyle Richards with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. All the details are at hallartsresidences.com and briggsfreeman.com.

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