All Blue Ciel's units are complemented by graceful finishes.
Bleu Ciel has transformed high-rise living — and the Dallas skyline.
You don't have to go to the expansive terrace to get the views.
The spa was designed by an award-winning group.
Bleu Ciel features two-,three-,and four-bedroom residences.
There are 158 unites throughout the high-rise.
The striking tower is a testament to sleek modern architecture.
Bleu Ciel has many resort-like amenities.
World-renowned French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte is responsible for the design.
Two junior Olympic-sized swimming pools only add to the serious appeal.
Bleu Ciel's spa is the center of relaxation.
Bleu Ciel is a paradise at your fingertips.
Uptown will never be the same.
Bleu Ciel is French for blue sky.
Bleu Ciel boasts a wine storage and tasting room.
Bleu Ciel is a Dallas star.
The gorgeous Harwood District is growing.
An amazing array of art is so close by.
The 33-story tower is dazzling.
Get your exercise at Bleu Ciel or head over to the nearby Katy Trail.
The neighborhood is oh-so-walkable.
Leave your worries and car keys behind.
You'll never want to leave.
Bleu Ciel is the lap of luxury.
Bleu Ciel partnered with five different designers to outfit unique model homes.
Bleu Ciel is the latest innovative concept from Harwood International.
Bleu Ciel is a fusion of function and form.
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A new Dallas high-rise is bringing true luxury living to the sky. It’s a palace of perks in the clouds in one of the city’s most walkable neighborhoods.
Meet the new Bleu Ciel.
This glitzy, 33-story tower is dedicated to making the everyday into a holiday with resort-style amenities. Imagine a restful and visually striking residents-only spa, sweeping views, wine storage and tasting room, plus 24/7 concierge service to assist with reservations, travel arrangements and more.
With all the perks this gorgeous tower offers, you may never want to step foot off the posh premises. But once offsite, you’ll find amazingly easy access to the Katy Trail, a dog run and beyond thanks to the area’s ultra-high Walk Score of 92.
It only takes a leisurely 10-minute stroll, and more than 100 restaurants, museums, shops and entertainment venues are at your beck and call. Bleu Ciel aims to transform high-rise living, but in many ways, it does more than that.
It provides a completely different lifestyle. Harwood District is known as the Walk to Life neighborhood for good reason.
Say goodbye to long commutes, yard work and worrying about the house when you’re on vacation. They don’t concern Bleu Ciel residents any longer.
The tower offers two, three, or four bedroom units with prices starting at $1 million. They range from 1,300 to 7,000 square feet. All are spacious with an open interior, luxurious finishes and sweeping terraces.
Bleu Ciel’s Serious Design Chops
Style is everything — and unlike at many high-rises, it can be uniquely yours here. Bleu Ciel partnered with five unique and chic designers to outfit unique model homes throughout the entire building.
Cantoni, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Glen Boudreaux and Associates, LBH Interiors and Susan Smith Designs all have their own model home.
Throughout Bleu Ciel, you’ll find a rare fusion of form and function. You can thank world-renowned architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte and Dallas-based HDF for that. He brings an eclectic style and a resume with such dazzling highlights as famous art museums such as the Musée d’Orsay in Paris and the Louvre expansion.
Bleu Ciel is already one of Dallas’ most distinctive buildings. But this isn’t about just living in a landmark. It’s about having everything you need right outside your front door.
For restaurants and entertainment, there’s the ease of the nearby fine dining and the convenient catering available from Marie Gabrielle Restaurant and Gardens, Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar and Mercat Bistro. There will also be a gourmet grocery store on the ground floor of the tower that will deliver right to your unit.
If you’re into the great outdoors, the 9.5 acres of serene pocket parks in the area are sure to tempt. The 30-acre Katy Trail is at the north end of Harwood, and the 3.5-mile walking and biking trail connects to 125 beautiful acres of urban parkland.
But you can also enjoy all nature has to offer in Bleu Ciel itself, with some of the country’s largest private outdoor terraces offering 360-degree views of Calatrava Bridge and the downtown skyline from one of Dallas’ highest vantage points. Not to mention the nonstop views from Bleu Ciel’s expansive floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
Lovers of art and culture will feel right at home at Bleu Ciel with The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection, a collection of samurai art that’s earned international acclaim.
As if that weren’t enough, The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Nasher Sculpture Center, The Dallas Museum of Art and the Dallas Arts District are also all within walking distance.
It’s all in the neighborhood — all part of a new level of Dallas living. Going higher in the sky can change everything. As long as you do it with style.
Find Bleu Ciel at 3008 N Harwood Street. For more information and to schedule a private tour, click here.