|Anywhere you look, the Dallas skyline is a moving collage|
of color and energy and excitement.
When you opt to go vertical, location is still an important consideration, but instead of debating your spot on the block, you’ll be trying out different floors and different views.
Are you a morning person? Then prepare to greet the sun with a cup of coffee on your east-facing balcony. More of an evening type? Go west, and pull back the drapes to watch Downtown glimmer as a crescent moon rises in the sky.
“Clients and residents thoroughly enjoy the adventure of discovering their perfect view,” said Ilene Christ of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. “Just like choosing the perfect lot in a neighborhood, homeowners want to enjoy what they see when they look out the window or step out onto the balcony.”
The sales team at Museum Tower can assist you in choosing your new point of view. They’re located in the Sales Gallery at the 42-story luxury residential high-rise in the heart of the Arts District.