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October 15, 2008

The Tower Residences At The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas Update

By Pardhasaradhi Gonuguntla

DALLAS -The Tower Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas celebrated building topping-out on October 10, 2008, signifying that construction on the highest point of the 23-story Regency-style structure is complete, and that the roof is on. The reinforced concrete structure topped out with more than 21,463 cubic yards of concrete and approximately 3,510 tons of reinforced steel. A ceremony celebrating the milestone and saluting the Uptown tower’s 250 workers was held at the Robert A. M. Stern-designed building and was hosted by property developer Crescent Real Estate Equities Company.

Only 31 residences remain available for purchase in the tower, with the neighborhood’s first phase already fully sold. The Tower Residences adjoin The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas hotel and residences via a private enclosed walkway, providing residents with convenient access to the hotel’s award-winning services and amenities.   “We are thrilled to commemorate this construction milestone and what we believe will be the finest high-end new luxury hotel residences in Dallas. The Tower’s design and construction teams have collaborated to bring a truly spectacular building to life,”  said Bill Mabus, Crescent Real Estate Equities Company. “We are also gratified by our very strong recent pre- sales.

For additional information on The Tower Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, please visit www.TheResidencesDallas.com or call The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas Marketing Center at 214.855.2020.

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