In the early morning hours of July 4, 2016, Mother Nature put on a fabulous fireworks show — one that was not scheduled on any local “Events” calendar — complete with torrential downpours. But to no one’s dismay, she was gracious enough to take her impressive display elsewhere, just in time for the start of the 2016 Park Cities Fourth of July Parade — one of Dallas’ largest and most popular Fourth of July gatherings. Parade marshals and vendors breathed a collective sigh of relief as the last raindrops fell, then frantically began setting up for the post-parade festivities in Goar Park. Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate was among those relieved vendors. Their 20+ year tradition of serving the people of the Park Cities through the annual Lemonade Stand would indeed continue!
Though the skies never cleared, the lingering cloud cover helped keep things cool. As did the nearly 2,000 cups of lemonade Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agents handed out. The popular go-to thirst-quencher did a brisk business from parade-goers throughout the morning.
Last night, Kenneth Walters and Karel Schweitzer demonstrated the elegant lengths Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agents go to in marketing properties of character and quality on behalf of clients. The team invited colleagues from within the firm and from other high-end brokerages to the top floor of the One Arts Plaza, timing the event for the evening sunset — with great effect! The unit’s 62′ x 10′ west-facing terrace views overlook the Dallas Arts District and Downtown Dallas, so Mother Nature had some stiff competition as she did her nightly show.
Guests arrived to valet services, and were escorted upstairs to the exquisitely appointed 2/2 unit to mingle and sample champagne, wine and a catered spread in a magazine-worthy environment. By design, the experience gave attendees a glimpse into the home’s first-class entertaining potential, which they could then convey first-hand to any client prospects.
1717 Arts Plaza #2303 represents the very best available on the residential side of the Lionel Morrison-designed mixed-use tower — and quite possibly in all of downtown. Previous owners tweaked the formerly two-unit, 3,000-square-foot penthouse to include state-of-the-art technology, custom-made everything and the world’s only full-height, all-laquer Bulthaup kitchen. It’s truly the pinnacle of luxury, and is priced accordingly at $2,750,000.
Modern high-rise penthouse condominium at One Arts Plaza, 1717 Arts Plaza, Dallas, Texas
To schedule a private showing of One Arts Plaza, contact Kenneth at 214-923-3297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.