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Nancy Martínez holds open high-rise properties at 3525
17 June 2007, The Dallas Morning News
Designed in 1957 by architect Howard R. Meyer at a cost of $5.8 million, 3525 Turtle Creek became one of the most prestigious addresses along this scenic corridor of the city. With such residents as Greer Garson and entertainers Jimmy Dean and Fabian, the property made headlines. Members of royalty and high society also frequented the Modernist building, which became simply known as 3525.
“The high-rise 3525 has a glamorous history and bright future, as current residents continue to be dedicated to preserving a high-quality lifestyle in one of the most vibrant and sophisticated areas of Dallas,” says Nancy Martínez with Virginia Cook, Realtors, who is offering four properties there.
High-rise properties priced from $194,000 to $1.3 million will be open for viewing today at 3525 Turtle Creek.
Ms. Martínez will provide tours of the homes today. They are priced from $194,000 to $1.3 million.
Showcasing Mr. Meyer's renowned flair for international design melded with regional features and thoughtfulness, 3525 capitalizes on its natural surroundings to frame views of the Katy Trail, the Turtle Creek greenbelt and sunsets from its 22 floors. The most remarkable aspect of the building is its earth-toned sunscreen, or ”Brise Soleil,” derived from the planning principles of Le Corbusier.
“This property has long been recognized for its architectural significance in Dallas,” says Katherine Seale, interim executive director of Preservation Dallas. “As 3525 celebrates its 50th anniversary, it is now being considered for its historic significance, proof that its design and livability have stood the test of time.”
Having facilitated close to $4 million in transactions at 3525, Ms. Martínez joins the residents and civic leaders in celebrating this distinction. The marketing team at Virginia Cook realtors is assisting Ms. Martínez in designing a special brochure celebrating the property's history.
Ms. Martínez, who earned the Advanced Historic House Specialist designation through Preservation Dallas, was among the top 25 agents companywide in 2006. On behalf of her clients at 3525, she is offering a 50th anniversary gift: buyers of execute a sales contract in June will receive six months of complimentary homeowners' association dues.
The available homes range from a one-bedroom property with more than 1,100 square feet of living space priced at $194,000 to a 3,861-square-foot “home in the sky” designed by Rick Rozas and Alice Cottrell and available for $1.05 million unfurnished or $1.3 million furnished.
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