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Hot Property: An Industrial Chic Condo with Fabulous Views

It’s all about location, location, location (and a luxe clawfoot tub) in this 3,107-square-foot Uptown space.
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1999 McKinney Avenue, Unit 1608
This modern Uptown condo offers up 3,107 square feet and jaw-dropping views.
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Hot Property: An Industrial Chic Condo with Fabulous Views

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Instead of dealing with the hassle of lawn mowing and the polluting of gas-powered leaf blowers, this week’s Hot Property heads to Uptown where a breathtaking modern condo awaits. There is absolutely no grass to begrudgingly maintain. Featured in the 2020 Turtle Creek Tour of Homes, which Designing Texas’ Jocelyn White hosted virtually, this contemporary pad features 20-foot tall floor-to-ceiling windows in the main living space that will dazzle you with views of the city. If those views aren’t enough, step out onto the covered balcony and become one with the Dallas skyline. Stunning windows in the three bedrooms provide similarly swoon-worthy views, but if you ever get too blinded by the light, you can shut out the sun with Somfy motorized blinds. The exposed pipes and lighting give the home an industrial chic charm, but spacious rooms and lots of warm, natural light give off a homey vibe, perfect for any family. (Don’t believe us? Just check out that nursery.) Perhaps the heart of the home is the 180-square-foot kitchen. The large, central island is perfect for entertaining or casual, before-school breakfasts with the family. The space also features Sub-Zero and Bertazzoni appliances, including a sizable wine fridge, and Italian Carrara marble countertops. The marble carries through to the luxe master bath. Relax after a long day in the Carrara-tiled shower or soak in the fabulous clawfoot Victoria + Albert tub. Or get lost in the master’s en-suite closets, which feature customizable organization for every wardrobe. A 24-hour concierge is onsite to meet your every need, and the building includes a recently updated pool and parking. And while we can’t imagine you ever wanting to leave home, if you do venture out into the nearby Arts District, you’re only steps away from plenty of restaurants, Klyde Warren Park, and the Dallas Museum of Art.

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