Bleu Ciel is ideally situated in the heart of the Harwood District, close to many of the city's top attractions.
Hôtel Swexan, a luxury hotel with six dining destinations, is set to open in the Harwood District in 2023.
Te Deseo, one of the city's most favored new restaurants, is just a short walk away from Bleu Ciel.
A few steps outside Bleu Ciel is Harwood Arms, one of Dallas' top nightlife destinations.
The Harwood District opened Elephant East in 2021 and Dallasites have flocked to the concept ever since.
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When it comes to luxury living in the heart of downtown, one building takes the cake — Bleu Ciel. Not only are the resort-style living condominiums state-of-the-art when it comes to their finishes and design, but the building is located in the heart of the Harwood District with all of Dallas’ hot spots.
Bleu Ciel is uniquely positioned in the center of it all and will continue to be for decades to come as the Harwood District, Uptown Dallas, and Downtown Dallas all experience explosive growth. The Harwood District is a carefully curated masterplan development that began with the opening of the Rolex Building, now Harwood No. 1 in 1984.
Since then, the area has quickly grown into one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods. In the last five years alone, the Harwood District now encompasses the new Rolex building, Harwood No. 10, 3100 McKinnon, Te Deseo, Harwood Arms, Happiest Hour, Magnolias: Sous Le Pont, Dolce Riviera, Elephant East, and most recently, Poco Fiasco. Safe to say, it’s been busy in the Harwood District.
The 19-city-block District will continue to grow to include more than 11 million square feet of office, retail and residential development. In 2023, the Harwood District has several new openings planned, including Fig & Favor on La Rue Perdue, a Tex-Mex restaurant at 3100 McKinnon, and the highly anticipated grand opening of Hôtel Swexan — a luxury hotel with six dining destinations. Harwood No. 14 will also welcome tenants and two Harwood Hospitality restaurants later this year.
With its highly walkable location (both to attractions and the Katy Trail) and proximity to the city, one would think Bleu Ciel could be loud. Quite the opposite. Bleu Ciel is located on a quiet cul-de-sac, a rarity in the city, and is easy to get in and out of even when Dallas’ traffic seems unbearable. The building’s easy access to Dallas’ major highways provides the ultimate convenience.
The Bleu Ciel team is also dedicated to helping its residents take full advantage of all the city and the building’s unique location has to offer. Residents have the luxury of navigating the streets of Dallas in the building’s chic GEM car, cruising around the city’s neighborhoods in style. The building also has concierge services to help residents book reservations, secure event tickets (the American Airlines Center is only a short walk away), and more.
Even with so many restaurants and amenities at residents’ fingertips, sometimes you just want to have a night at home. For those times, Bleu Ciel hosts several events per month for residents within its many amenities. Because of its cul-de-sac environment, building residents cultivate close relationships and move from just neighbors to friends. No matter how your ideal night in Dallas looks, it’s all possible at Bleu Ciel.
To learn even more about Bleu Ciel or to book a tour, check out the tower’s full website or call (214) 965-1099.