Exciting opportunities unfold every day at Museum Tower. Steps away from the finest in art, live performances, and gourmet fare, this 42-story architectural wonder stands supreme in both comfort and luxury. Experience a taste of luxury high-rise living through notes from a diary of a Museum Tower resident:
It’s seven o’clock on a Wednesday morning. The sun is rising through my eastern view, touching the magnificent buildings in the Dallas Arts District. The striking design of the lozenge-shaped AT&T Performing Arts Center by Foster + Partners is an architectural beauty. You know those mornings on vacation where you can’t wait to step out onto the balcony and take in the amazing view? Well, that’s my morning – every morning – waking up at Museum Tower.
Nine o’clock and counting… After coffee on the balcony, it’s time to meet my trainer at the state-of-the-art fitness center and indulge in a soothing post-workout massage in the comfort of a serene, private room. A quick call to the concierge and my dinner reservation is set, while tonight’s theater tickets are hand delivered.
Twelve o’clock. I step outside to feel the fall breeze and take a short walk to meet friends for a bite at Lark in the Park. I’ve decided to go light for lunch after that workout.
Two o’clock. Meet clients in the Museum Tower owners’ conference room and then return emails and make some phone calls from my home office. I look out to see blue skies accessorizing Dallas’ beautiful architecture, including the Pritzker Prize-winning I.M. Pei’s Meyerson Symphony Center.
Six o’clock. Greet friends for cocktails in the Terrace Lounge before tonight’s performance of Peter Pan 360 at the Spire. It’s always been a childhood favorite of ours. Now we get to enjoy it together, as Neverland is brought to the heart of the Arts District, at The Spire, in association with the AT&T Performing Arts District. My home has become the designated spot to start an evening in the city, but I don’t mind at all. With a sweeping view 21 stories up, what better way to toast the town?
Eight o’clock. Dinner at Fearings. We opt for Chef Dean Fearing’s tasting menu to enjoy an array of delectable delights. The culinary work of art created in the open kitchen is a preview to tonight’s show, if you will. Paired with a selection of wines, we savor the exquisite flavor.
Midnight, and the view from my cozy living room has evolved into a light show. Fully immersed in a world of arts and culture, I’m living exactly what I love every day. Maybe life is but a dream?
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