Remaining inventory is limited at a high-profile condo tower in Downtown Dallas that’s taken nearly a decade to sell out. Having opened during the height of the recession, sales were a bit rocky in the beginning, but according to a new report out from the Dallas Morning News, the 42-story high-rise known simply as Museum Tower is now 90 percent sold.
Despite the unfortunate opening date, as well as a few highly publicized issues relating to the glass building’s reflection, sales at Museum Tower have definitely picked up in recent years. As noted in the report, just 12 developer units remain with prices for those units starting at $1.375 million.
Among the remaining units is a stunning half-floor penthouse that features 4,678 square feet and absolutely mesmerizing views of the city.
Museum Tower stands 42 stories high and is currently the second-tallest all-residential building in Dallas behind Gables Republic Tower.