3525 Turtle Creek Boulevard

Year Built: 1957

Total Floors: 22

Total Units: 92

Designed by famed Modernist architect Howard R. Meyer and constructed in 1957 by Jerome J. Frank and Edward T. Dicker, the building is one of the nation’s few Modernist high-rise apartment buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places. When it opened to the public, 3525 Turtle Creek was the ”tallest, largest, and most luxurious apartment ever erected west of the Mississippi” and it has been home to many of Dallas’ notable citizens. Although originally available in five floor plans, Legendary Living is now offered in a variety of configurations. Amenities include a workout room, 24-hour doorman, complimentary valet services for residents and visitors, and a guest apartment. The historic Turtle Room overlooks a shaded swimming pool.

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