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5 Cool Dallas Condos You Won’t Find in a Downtown Skyscraper

Unique Homes in the City's Buzziest Neighborhoods

BY // 06.23.22

We focus a lot on houses here. And though there’s a forever thrill in peaking inside one of Dallas’ most prestigious estates or discovering what new $1 million bungalow just hit the market, a house isn’t the only kind of home. Today, we’re turning our attention to condos for sale in Dallas.

Ahead, discover slick condominiums that offer all the equity of a house without the burden of land ownership. Also, for the purposes of this story, we’re looking beyond sky-high penthouses and glass-walled units to find unique homes that put you in the heart of some of Dallas’ buzziest neighborhoods.

 

6142 Averill Way #201E
6142 Averill Way #201E

6142 Averill Way 201E

The Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
The Price: $699,000
Since the Thompson Dallas Hotel breathed new life into George Dahl’s downtown modernist masterpiece in 2020, we’ve become regular admirers of the prolific architect’s work. Of course, whoever snaps up this rare flat in the iconic Imperial House will be fully immersed in Dahl’s 1960s Hollywood regency aesthetic.

With stunning built-ins, modern appliances, marble that doubles as a work of art, and a location just steps away from the Plaza at Preston Center, this elegant condo won’t last long on the market.

*Listed with Becky Frey with Compass Real Estate

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610 N Oak Cliff Blvd, #101

610 N North Oak Cliff Boulevard, #101

The Neighborhood: North Oak Cliff
The Price: $1,095,000
We would have to include 610 N Oak Cliff for the view alone (it practically looks like a rendering), but the allure of this property goes beyond its rooftop deck. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home also happens to be part of Kessler West, a luxury housing development from the same team behind Kessler Woods (an architecturally significant pocket of Oak Cliff).

The slick, sun-soaked condominium was made for nature-loving minimalists.

*Listed with Thomas Bills of 24:15 Realty

 

115 Travis St #101
115 Travis Street, #101

4115 Travis Street, #101

The Neighborhood: Knox-Henderson
The Price: $929,000
Known for designing innovative, contemporary new builds across the city, Bernbaum Magadini Architects applied their talents to condominiums for these newly constructed Travis Street townhomes. Located around the corner from Beverley’s and Cole Park, the two-bedroom, four-bathroom space is a lock-and-leave dream in the heart of Dallas.

*Listed with Becky Frey with Compass Real Estate

 

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1504 Burlew Street, #101

1504 Burlew Street, #101

The Neighborhood: Old East Dallas
The Price: $600,000
We know what you’re thinking — we’ve all seen a million of these contemporary townhomes in Old East Dallas. But with an elevated aesthetic, luxe materials, and a thoughtful design by the award-winning Far+Dang team, the modern dwelling is a step above.

*Listed with Candace Craw of Divvy Realty

 

2220 Canton St APT 408 2
2220 Canton Street, #408

2220 Canton Street, #408

The Neighborhood: Downtown
The Price: $995,000
A rare opportunity to own on the top two floors of the nearly century-old Dallas landmark. Conveniently located between Deep Ellum and the Farmers Market, the Olive & Meyers building was converted to residential units in the 1990s, and though there are a few apartments for rent, the majority of 2220 Canton is owner-occupied. Featuring exposed brick, slick fixtures, and expansive paned windows, the three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo comes with plenty of soul.

*Listed with Keller Williams Urban Dallas

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