Aesthetics and Location of The House Lure Top Designer From Turtle Creek


As one of Dallas’ most sought-after interior designers, Neal Stewart knows quality when he sees it. That’s why the longtime high-rise resident traded his home along Turtle Creek for a condominium in The House.

Stewart was struck by the 28-story luxury building’s design, featuring the stamp of a world-renowned architect, and its location at 2200 Victory Ave., just a few blocks north of downtown.

“Here, there are so many more cultural opportunities,” Stewart said. “You can walk to museums, to Klyde Warren Park, to fabulous restaurants — we can spend a weekend here and never use the car.”


Indeed, the American Airlines Center, Katy Trail, Arts District, Perot Museum, and Dallas World Aquarium are all within walking distance of The House. To make things even more convenient, The House’s concierge will valet homeowners’ cars as well as help with groceries, packages, dry cleaning, and a multitude of other requests.

“I’ve been pleasantly surprised by what a tight ship they run, by how great the concierge service is,” Stewart said of the work done by First Service Residential. “It’s just a very well-run building.”


Stewart said he was also impressed by The House’s numerous amenities, including a 130-foot saltwater infinity pool overlooking downtown, cabanas, an outdoor fireplace, a built-in grilling station, a hot tub, and a dog park. Residents also enjoy a well-appointed lounge with a billiards area, a fitness center, and a conference room.

If you are considering a transition to this convenient and luxurious lifestyle, do not delay. Seventy-five percent of the condominiums in at The House are spoken for, and 9 of 19 floor plans are completely sold out.


The House is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, call 214-303-1200, email, or visit

High-Rise of the Week: 2-Story Condo at W Offers Multiple Panoramic Views


This absolutely stunning two-story condo at the W Residences has spectacular finishes, starting with the entry hallway. One wall is covered in mother-of-pearl tiles, and the other is made of suede. That attention to detail extends to the columns wrapped in hand-tooled leather.

Amenities include a wine cooler and two-drawer beverage refrigerator in the kitchen, built-in Murphy beds with Tempur-Pedic mattresses in the loft, and a $110,000 Crestron audio-visual system that controls the blinds, lighting, and speakers in every room.

But you won’t buy this condo for its interiors, as luxurious as they may be. You’ll buy it for the captivating panoramic views available from every room. The American Airlines Center, the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge, and our iconic downtown skyline are all right outside the floor-to-ceiling windows.