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Dallas High-Rise Condo Museum Tower Breaks Ground

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Construction started recently on the 42-story, $200-million Museum Tower in the downtown Dallas Arts District. The tower will include 122 condominium homes, with a construction timeline of less than three years. Residence prices start at $1.1 million.

A rendering shows the 42-story, $200 million Museum Tower in Dallas’ Downtown Arts District that Austin Commercial will build.
A rendering shows the 42-story, $200 million Museum Tower in Dallas’ Downtown Arts District that Austin Commercial will build.
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The project is 100%-owned by Dallas Police and Fire Pension System.

Dallas-based Gromatzky Dupree and Associates is the executive architect of Museum Tower. The interiors are designed by Dallas-based Bodron+Fruit and Booziotis & Co. Architects. Features include floor-to-ceiling glass, direct-access elevators, outdoor terraces and high-tech Miele kitchen appliances.

Museum Tower is a joint venture by Dallas developers John Sughrue and Lyle Burgin (Brook Partners Inc.) and Dan Boeckman and Greg Greene (Turtle Creek Holdings Inc.). Scott Johnson of Los Angeles-based Johnson Fain is another architect working on the project. Advisors include St. Helena, Calif.,-based Criswell Radovan and Dallas-based Andres Construction Services. Austin Commercial of Dallas is the general contractor.

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