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DALLAS | Ltd. Edition | 285 FT / 87 M | 22 FLOORS

Developer: Great Gulf Homes
Architect: Hariri Pontarini Architects
Type: Residential
Location: 2505 Turtle Creek (Turtle Creek)
Construction Timeline: 2014 Start Date -



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Great Gulf makes foray in U.S. with luxe Turtle Creek tower

Toronto-based Great Gulf Homes is making its foray into the U.S. with its first project: A luxury residential high-rise at Turtle Creek Boulevard and Fairmount Street in Dallas.

The 60-unit residential tower dubbed Ltd. Edition -- planned at 22 stories -- will sit adjacent to the Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek and Reverchon Park on 1.4 acres of land at 2505 Turtle Creek Blvd. in Dallas.
"They chose Dallas to develop this building into a really high-end luxury development," said Katye Sloan, a Realtor with Dallas-based Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, at an invitation-only marketing event for the tower at the Winspear Opera House.

"They really put a lot of thought and consideration into it, and now is the time to bring it to market," Sloan told the Dallas Business Journal, describing the tower as having a green space feel with a focus on terraces and outdoor living spaces, which include outdoor kitchens, fireplaces and lawns.
The smallest condominium is expected to be 3,400 square feet. Sloan declined to disclose the tower's price per square foot, saying, "There's no price point. We are basically doing one-on-one meetings with a small group of buyers interested in the building."

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DALLAS | 2505 Turtle Creek Blvd | 285 FT / 87 M | 22 FLOORS

05/15/14 9:25am

Getting The First Look at Ltd. Edition/No. 2505 Turtle Creek’s Marketing Center at Briggs Freeman SIR’s Uptown Office

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The building will be designed as an arc so it is constantly capturing the view of the park, much like, he told me, the time lapse of a flower. All units will face the park-side; exteriors will be clad in light gray masonry and glass. Every unit will have a private elevator. There are twenty foot terraces. And there are no columns, which overjoys Siamak Hariri to no end because of the design possibilities it affords. And then there are those terraces, lush, filled with huge planter boxes and foliage, outdoor kitchen and garden and water features.

The design is contemporary with carved stone pillars, floating fireplaces, lots of open spaces and gardens. Full time concierge and valet, of course, and service extraordinaire. Kitchen counter islands will be of native carved stone which we were able to get glimpses of in the new marketing center. The fireplaces are smooth marble, floors are marble, and the walls — I mean entire walls — are wrapped in smooth sheets of American Walnut millwork. We looked at a typical unit of 3848 square feet with an 1871 square foot patio.

Speaks volumes to the high caliber of architectural integrity and design coming right to us at 2505 Turtle Creek, with ground breaking starting any day.
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They dialed back the building's tilt? That was the most interesting feature.
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Developers take modern achitecture to new heights in Turtle Creek
August 20, 2015
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Residential tower building power player Great Gulf has set its eyes on Turtle Creek for its next high-rise condo project. The 20-story, 100-unit residential project has been in the works for years but the company says it's almost time to put the hammer to the nail.
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It also means that some units have glass on all sides of their units and that the extra deep terraces can wrap around the space in a way that is unprecedented in Dallas.
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Prices start at $1.2 million, and while the sales program is set to start this September, ground breaking isn't slated to begin until 2016.

Ltd Edition No. 2505 is planning to break ground in the Turtle Creek neighborhood of Dallas in 2016.


The grounds are landscaped by internationally recognized landscape architect Janet Rosenberg and feature a garden walk, privacy hedging and mature trees.


The living area features 10-foot ceilings, a built-in gas fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows and more.


The property features a lap pool, reflecting pool and an outdoor hot tub.

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Exclusive: Canadian builder expanding Turtle Creek vision with $275M in high-rise projects
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As Toronto-based Great Gulf Homes gets ready to make its foray into the United States with its first $225 million high-rise project — a vision that's been two years in the making — the builder has expanded its Turtle Creek plans with an additional tower.
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"We see Dallas as an opportunity to create a strong base for us in the United States," he added. "We hope to do many more projects in Dallas and we plan to set up an office when we move into construction on both these projects."
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"Turtle Creek Boulevard is fantastic and we love Uptown," he told me. "We like developing projects close together because it gives us the ability to shape a neighborhood and enhance the architectural culture of the neighborhood."
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"We are actively looking for more opportunities in Dallas, specifically Uptown," he said. "Dallas is poised to thrive over the next few decades and, as the economy strengthens, Dallas is a beneficiary of it."
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