Enjoy Panoramic Turtle Creek Views From This Exceptional Condominium


Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s Dana Rigg is marketing an exceptional condominium that occupies 3,671 square feet on the 17th floor of 3525 Turtle Creek Boulevard. The home is being offered for $879,000.

3525 Turtle Creek is a 22-story building that was billed as the “tallest, largest, and most luxurious apartment building ever erected west of the Mississippi” when it opened in the late 1950s. A beautiful example of Mid-Century Modern architecture, the building designed by Howard R. Meyer offers panoramic views of Downtown Dallas, Turtle Creek, and the Katy Trail.

The condo’s central living area is a grand salon enhanced by museum-finish walls and floors that alternate between marble and stained walnut. There are two generously sized bedroom suites, and the luxurious marble spa bath in one of them offers one-of-a-kind sunset views.






The gourmet kitchen features granite counters and upscale appliances. This sky home also boasts a formal dining room with a butler’s pantry, a cherry-wood media room that includes a wet bar, plus generous closets and storage, all of which makes entertaining and luxury comfortable living that much more enjoyable.






Amenities include a fitness center, a 24-hour doorman, complimentary valet services for residents and visitors, and a guest apartment. The historic Turtle Room overlooks a shaded swimming pool.






To schedule a showing of this exceptional condominium, contact Dana Rigg at 214-796-5509 or dana@daveperrymiller.com.

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Couple’s Condominium at The House Featured in D Home Magazine Spread


Neal Stewart and Alan Carrell’s condo at The House was featured in D Home. (Photos by Nathan Schroder)

Our friends at D Home recently focused on a condominium in The House, the Victory Park high-rise that a team of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agents has been marketing for two years. This particular condo belongs to Neal Stewart and Alan Carrell, who are veterans of high-rise living. They owned four units in Turtle Creek’s Vendome before moving to The House in 2013. Among the factors that lured them to The House: the Philippe Starck architecture (“Just to get to be in this building — it’s a treat,” Carrell says) and the concierge services and amenities (“It’s like checking into a resort,” Stewart says). Read the whole article here.

Loft on McKinney Avenue Provides Spectacular Views of Bustling City


With a unique stair-step profile, extraordinary city views, and dramatic interiors, 1999 McKinney Avenue Lofts residences are stunning homes created to reflect the energy and excitement of Uptown. If you love the spatial dynamics of urban lofts, you’ll immediately be drawn to the bold, inventive style of this prestigious address.

Unit 603 includes 20-foot ceilings, two-story windows, and exposed brick, concrete, and ductwork. Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s Laura Michelle is offering this two-bedroom property for $749,500.




The island kitchen features granite counters and upgraded stainless-steel appliances. It is completely open to the primary dining and living areas, which are bathed in natural light complimenting the hardwood flooring, custom stone wall, and other designer finishes. In temperate weather, you’ll enjoy eating and entertaining on the expansive flagstone balcony while taking in the view of Downtown.




The 2,538-square-foot home, with an interior corner location in the building, includes a second open living area at the top of the steel staircase. The private master suite with exposed concrete flooring features a separate study or sitting area, a travertine marble bath, and a custom California closet.




Homeowners at 1999 McKinney Avenue enjoy 24-hour concierge service, secure assigned parking, and storage, as well as a new pool and courtyard area. The location is convenient to the American Airlines Center, the Dallas Arts District, and Klyde Warren Park. Now that the McKinney Avenue Transit Authority has extended the M-Line trolley, the streetcar provides a true link between Uptown and Downtown, connecting the entertainment options of the West Village and the office buildings of the Central Business District.

Laura Michelle was recognized as the top-producing individual agent in Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s Preston Center Office based on number of properties sold in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, and she has been consistently honored as a Best Agent by a local publication. For more information or to schedule a showing, call 214-228-3854 or email laura@daveperrymiller.com.

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Buyers of These Properties Will Enjoy Convenient Access to M-Line Trolley

A motorman pilots a trolley down McKinney Avenue. (Photo by Enoch Lai, via Flickr)

Now that the McKinney Avenue Transit Authority has extended the M-Line trolley, the streetcar provides a true link between Uptown and Downtown, connecting the entertainment options of the West Village and the office buildings of the Central Business District.

For people who live along the M-Line trolley route, the free streetcars provide the ultimate convenience. They can step out of their front doors and be transported within minutes to the Magnolia movie theater, Klyde Warren Park, or the Dallas Museum of Art, to name just a few destinations.

If you’re interested in this car-free lifestyle, check out these Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate properties.


Located at 3030 McKinney Avenue, La Tour is the epitome of class and refinement among Dallas’ high-rise residences, and Unit 2101 represents this with unparalleled luxury. Combined with two adjacent units, this spectacular five-bedroom, six-bath home has breathtaking views of the Dallas skyline as well as the freedom of the endless horizon.

Exquisitely designed formal spaces built from the finest materials — including imported Italian marble tiles and Swarovski crystal chandeliers — provide a lovely setting for entertaining. There’s also a bevy of practical and fun spaces that promise comfort and privacy for the whole family. The home’s one-of-a-kind floor plan was designed with an emphasis on gatherings that will no doubt be dominated by the awe-inspiring panoramic views.



Zach Mrusek is offering this property at $3,000,000. (He also has a one-bedroom unit in the same building for $600,000.) He can be reached at 972-571-3696 or zach@daveperrymiller.com.


With a unique stairstep profile, extraordinary roof terraces, and dramatic interiors, 1999 McKinney Avenue Lofts residences are stunning homes created to reflect the energy and excitement of Uptown. If you love the spatial dynamics of urban lofts, you’ll immediately be drawn to the bold, inventive style of this prestigious address.

Unit 603 includes 20-foot ceilings, two-story windows, and exposed brick, concrete, and ductwork. The open island kitchen features granite counters and stainless-steel appliances. You’ll enjoy Downtown views from the large balcony, and the private master suite has a sitting area and a custom California closet.



Laura Michelle is offering this two-bedroom property at $749,500. She can be reached at 214-228-3854 or laura@daveperrymiller.com.


If you want to eliminate your commute entirely, consider the unique property at 3203 McKinney Avenue, also known as the Sugar Building. You’ll be able to live, work, and play all in one spot.

This contemporary four-story building combines commercial office space with residential living. The first floor is a 4,300-square-foot garage. The second floor is approximately 5,500 square feet of office space. The third and fourth floors is divided into a pair of high-end residences of 3,700 square feet each that boast great balcony space and rooftop decks.



Steven Beard is offering this property at $6,500,000. He can be reached at 972-733-9194 or steven@daveperrymiller.com.

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3 City Councilmen Offer Constituents Free Dallas Zoo Admission on Saturday

We’re not lyin’ about this offer to see lions.

If you live in North Oak Cliff, Downtown, Uptown, or East Dallas, you can enjoy free admission to the Dallas Zoo on Saturday morning, courtesy of your city councilman.

Scott Griggs, Adam Medrano, and Philip Kingston have teamed up to offer this sweet deal to their constituents in District 1, District 2, and District 14, respectively. If you live in one of those districts, you just have to show proof of residency — such as a driver’s license or utility bill — to get into the zoo for free.

Parking will still run you $8, but you could always take DART’s Red Line train to Dallas Zoo Station.

Dallas Area Home Prices Reportedly Had Nation’s Third Largest Increase

4329 Colgate
4329 Colgate Avenue is one of our newest listings.

Dallas-area home prices were 9.3 percent higher in March than they were a year earlier, while the national average was only 4.1 percent, The Dallas Morning News‘ Steve Brown reports.

Brown’s statistics are from the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller Home Price Index. He reports that the only metropolitan areas with bigger year-over-year gains in March were San Francisco (10.3 percent) and Denver (10.0 percent).

What does this mean to you? Well, if you’ve been thinking about putting your house on the market, you should probably strike while the iron’s hot. Give a Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agent a call today.

Historic Home Tour in Park Cities Headlines Our Weekend To-Do List

3432 University Boulevard is sponsored by Christine McKenny and Paige & Curt Elliott.

Park Cities: The finest houses in Highland Park and University Park are showcased annually during the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society’s Historic Home Tour. This year’s edition happens on Saturday, and one of the featured homes, 3432 University Boulevard, is sponsored by our own Christine McKenny and Paige & Curt Elliott.

Downtown: Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate also sponsors the Dallas Art Fair, a showcase for paintings, sculpture, works on paper, photographs, videos, and installations by modern and contemporary artists. The event began this morning at the Fashion Industry Gallery and continues through Sunday afternoon.

Oak Cliff: A variety of vendors, performers, and environmentally conscious citizens will gather in Lake Cliff Park on Sunday afternoon for the Oak Cliff Earth Day celebration.

For more things to do this weekend, turn to our friends at The Dallas Morning News.

Buyers of All Income Levels Can Find Homes Near West Village Attractions

Situated in Uptown, just a few miles from Downtown Dallas, is West Village, a mixed-use urban destination that features approximately 100 unique retail stores, salons, restaurants, and more. West Village is also home to one of the most popular movie theaters in the city, The Magnolia, which shows mainstream films as well as art-house cinema. This unique shopping and entertainment center is such a popular place to be that homes in the area are highly sought-after. And because Uptown is a true work-play-live community, the vibrant real estate scene ranges from compact lofts and condos to expansive estates. Here are four homes ranging in size and genre that are within walking distance of this coveted area.


Along the banks of the neighborhood’s namesake waterway is 3828 Turtle Creek Drive, a 1920s Mediterranean home. Situated on 2.17 acres, this three-bedroom estate has every amenity in demand, from radiant heated floors to a terrace with a wood-burning fireplace. The home also features a solarium, gym, saltwater pool, logia, and covered patios.


Work in the same building as you reside? That’s the purpose of the homes at 3203 McKinney Avenue. This contemporary four-story building features two luxury condos with 3,700 square feet each. The building also has a rooftop deck.


The townhome at 3219 N. Haskell Avenue is beautiful and offers abundant natural light, custom window treatments, and stonework throughout the kitchen and bath. It also features a fenced-in outdoor living space—a rare find in an urban area.


Airy, contemporary, bright, and chic. That’s what you’ll find in 3699 McKinney Avenue #583, a one-bedroom loft with study. Other amenities include concrete floors, granite countertops, gated parking, and spacious terrace.

A version of this story first appeared on Culture Map Dallas.