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Dallas’ new residential tower near Highland Park opens

Dallas’ newest high-rise rental community has opened.

The 20-story Novel Turtle Creek residential tower is located just south of Highland Park near Avondale and Oak Lawn Avenues.

A project of Crescent Communities, the 206-unit luxury apartment building at 4251 Irving Avenue is already over 50% leased.

“We are honored to have the opportunity to bring a new community to such a charming and beloved Dallas neighborhood,” Meaghan Kroener Janson, Texas Regional Director of Multifamily Development for Crescent Communities, said in a statement. “There has been tremendous interest in the community we have developed.”

The 20-story Novel Turtle Creek in the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas just opened and is over 50% leased.(Contributing Communities / Crescent)

WDG Architecture, 505 Design TBG Partners and Vignette Interior Design were the team that designed the new tower.

Rogers-O’Brien Construction was the general contractor.

Novel Turtle Creek offers 24-hour concierge services, a fifth-floor pool and outdoor deck, fitness center, residents’ lounge, and pet facilities.

There are also two guest suites in the building.

Rents for the building start at nearly $3,000 per month for the smaller units.

The Oak Lawn Tower is Crescent Communities’ third recent luxury multifamily project in Dallas.

The developer built the 302 Bishop Arts apartments that opened in 2020 in North Oak Cliff and the 231-unit Novel Deep Ellum completed in 2019 just east of downtown.

These two properties have been sold to investors.

North Carolina-based Crescent Communities continues to have $7.6 billion in residential and commercial investment and development under construction across the country.

The real estate company has offices in Charlotte, Washington DC, Atlanta, Orlando, Nashville, Dallas, Denver, Phoenix and Salt Lake City.

The 20-story Novel Turtle Creek in the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas just opened and is more...
The 20-story Novel Turtle Creek in the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas just opened and is over 50% leased.(Contributing Communities / Crescent)
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