|Publications and Other Documents
In November 2008, 3525 Turtle Creek
simultaneously celebrated is 50th Anniversary and its listing
on the National Register of Historic Places.
Eighteen-page brochure promoting 3525
Turtle Creek as a way of life.
If you lived here! ... an address to be chosen with pride. You
could have this view...
A beautifully scenic view of picturesque...
Five black and white photos of grand
opening of 3525.
|25 Jan 2008
||Nancy Martínez creates Web site for high-rise
So when it came to a website for 3525 Turtle Creek, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, she was prepared to provide something unique.
|8 July 2007
||Nancy Martínez salutes
'3525' on its golden anniversary
Designed in 1957 by architect Howard R. Meyer...
|17 June 2007
||Nancy Martínez holds open
high-rise properties at 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.
|13 Apr 2007
||Turtle Creek Evolves
Once, the Turtle Creek area of Dallas was
embodied by large, stately homes tucked among the trees. Then
came the towering high-rises offering spectacular treetop and
downtown views that sprang up and still define the exclusive
real estate corridor.
|21 May 2006
||Grande Dame of Turtle
There was a time, during one of the most
colorful eras in Dallas history, when the building at 3525
Turtle Creek Blvd. was so famous, it didn't matter that it had
no other name.
|14 Sep 1997
||Greer Garson's former home gets a facelift
... such is the view from her 3525 Turtle Creek
penthouse, the former home of Oscar-winning actress Greer
|11 March 1985
||Couple Dies Mysteriously at High-rise
A Dallas psychiatrist and his psychologist wife died Sunday
after the woman fell from her high-rise Turtle Creek
condominium and her husband apparently over-dosed on drugs...
|28 Oct 1977
||City landmark to change
Although the deal hasn't closed yet, Dallas
developer Jim Coker will have more than a condominium
conversion on his hands with the purchase of 3525 Turtle Creek
|1 July 1964
A new restaurant featuring butler-maid service
will open at 3525 Turtle Creek Wednesday.
|25 July 1963
Outlined for 3525 Turtle Creek Lobby
Inviting, colorful and comfortable, but still
maintaining the stately heights and elegance of fine wood and
travertine will be the theme for the redecorating of the lobby
at 3525 Turtle Creek. ...
|24 April 1960
||Chief of Vice Squad to Seek Injunction
Against 3525 Club
... The action came after police and state liquor control
agents had raided the club early Saturday for the second time
in three weeks...
|13 July 1958
||Numerous Parties Mark
Formal Opening of 3525 Turtle Creek
Dallas' fabulous luxury apartment skyscraper the five million dollar, 23-story 3525 Turtle Creek Apartment
Building marks its formal opening this weekend.
|9 July 1958
||Events Set At Building
Formal ribbon-cutting ceremonies...
|22 Sept 1957
||Word About 3525 Turtle
Creek Spreads As Fast As a Texas Tale
It's no Texas brag when the folks at 3525
Turtle Creek proudly call their 22-story structure the most
talked about apartment building in America. ... And even the
Communist Daily Worker has taken cognizance of sorts of the
|26 May 1957
||The Most Exciting Building
The magnificence and uniqueness of 3525 has
captured the imagination of the entire nation ... it marks an
adventure in gracious living for Dallas and the Southwest.
|19 May 1957
||Super Rich Get Attention
Dallas' fabulous building boom, two local
builders some time ago concluded, had neglected one group of
folks the super wealthy.
|13 July 2004
||Jerome J. Frank
Jerome Frank Sr. passed away peacefully surrounded by family
and friends... Of all his numerous building projects, Jerry always felt the
creation of 3525 Turtle Creek was his proudest and boldest
|30 Dec 1996
||Services today for Sculptor Heri Bert Bartscht
... Mr. Bartscht also designed several metal sculptures for
the porte-cochere of one of Dallas' first high-rise apartment
buildings at 3525 Turtle Creek.
|17 Jan 1988
||Howard Meyer was Epitome of the Gentleman Architect
Dallas known Howard Meyer's works without always being able to
put a name to it.
|11 Jan 1988
||Howard Meyer, Architect, Dies of Heart Attack
Howard Meyer, one of Dallas' first and most accomplished
modern architects, died Sunday of a heart attack at the age of
84. Best-known for Temple Emanu-El and 3525 Turtle Creek ...
Heating and Cooling System Design
The heating-cooling system for the individual
units is an all-air dual duct system and is well suited to
provide individual temperature control.