Inside the luxury apartments luring New Yorkers to Dallas


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Everything’s bigger in Texas.

As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, many New Yorkers are considering a move to Texas, where the rent is cheap and the space is plenty. 

Dallas has seen an uptick in city-dwellers looking for an urban center that can still offer the VIP treatment. In the latest slew of luxury developments, high rises are the new way of luring people to the Lone Star state. 

“We have seen a big increase in prospective home buyers from New York and other major cities including LA and Chicago over the past year, and much of this traffic is attributed to corporate relocations to the [Dallas-Fort Worth] region,” Kyle Richards from Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International told The Post. 

One new development — Hall Art Residences —is banking on the upscale sensibilities of these transplants. 

Two-bedroom residences begin at $2 million. This would be considered a steal in New York City, where an average two-bedroom luxury apartment lists for $8 million. 

“We have found that buyers from New York feel a sense of familiarity at Hall Arts Residences, since the level of service, quality construction, high-rise lifestyle and Arts District location resemble many luxury properties in Manhattan,” Richards said.

In this particular high rise, amenities include a fitness studio, 24/7 valet, a pet spa and pet park, a treatment room, a wine cellar, an art and club room and a pool deck. 

The high rise grants home buyers access to white glove services such as reservations to area restaurants, museums, theater and private event coordination. 

Residences can span anywhere from 1,600 square feet to more than 10,000 square feet. 

Each residence is custom-designed for the owner, including the art decor.

The homes are built with materials such as white oak, limestone, marble and quartz. Additionally, kitchens are built with appliances from designer manufacturers. 

An estimated 400,000 people migrated to the state of Texas in the past year alone, according to the US Census Bureau. And with a record number of people fleeing New York and California, that number is likely to continue to rise. 


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