In the heart of Dallas’ Harwood District, a new Dallas high-rise is bringing the luxuries of vacationing into residents’ everyday lives. Designed by the inimitable French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte and Dallas-based HDF, the 33-storey Bleu Ciel condominium is the latest innovation from global real-estate firm Harwood International.
Inspired by luxury city living with a sense of community, Harwood’s addition to the Dallas skyline is unmistakable when driving into the heart of the city. With its burgeoning high-rise ventures, the firm is paving a new path for luxury living and has built a 19-city-block community known as the Harwood District, featuring unparalleled amenities, noteworthy museums, gardens and restaurants. One concept within walking distance of Bleu Ciel is Dolce Riviera, the city’s most notable Italian restaurant and Harwood Hospitality Group’s seventh concept within its culinary collection of restaurants and eateries.
At home, residents feel like they are living at a resort. The hotel-like amenities of the glitzy tower include the largest terraces in Dallas, private spa, yoga room, exquisite gym, residents-only wine storage and tasting rooms, 24/7 concierge services to assist with restaurant reservations and travel arrangements, and other luxury amenities.
World-renowned landscape architect Sadafumi Uchiyama designed Bleu Ciel’s verdant gardens, which include walking paths, dog parks and private home gardens. The dog park makes connecting with neighbours easy and provides the perfect place to unwind. Once outside the building, residents have direct access to a four-mile running and biking path known as the Katy Trail that connects the different city neighbourhoods.
Whether it’s living in Dallas part time, a recent relocation or an empty-nester looking for a change, this condominium tower offers a little something for everyone within a leisurely 10-minute walk of top eateries, museums and exercise paths. With the current surge of top corporations relocating their headquarters to Dallas, company executives are electing to boost their standards to new heights. The Harwood District goes beyond the luxury that top executives and discerning homeowners have come to expect.