The Tower Residences, designed by architect Robert A.M. Stern, is one of the newest and most luxurious addresses in town.
Part of the Ritz lifestyle -- other than the price tag -- is a bevy of perks.
"Somebody wants to have a party, we show up and do everything for you," Roberto Van Geenan, general manager Ritz-Carlton Dallas said.
The Ritz has in-room dining. "You pick up the phone and our wonderful food shows up 20 minutes later" in addition to state-of-the-art Wolf kitchen appliances.
"Many of our residences choose not to use this other than for boiling water for tea," Geenan said about an in-room stove.It's all about the finer things at the Residences, with private, climate-controlled wine cellars, a Mediterranean-style poll designed by Stern, and even in-room (or in-spa) stylists.
For those who want to move on up into this iconic architectural dimension to Uptown, you're in luck.
"The good news is there are 30 left for folks who may have waited out this brief blip in our economy and are looking for a luxury residence, we have 30 left and we invite them to come down and take a look," Pitchford said.
If you do go, just don't forget your checkbook.
"The price range of the remaining units is between $795,000 and $3 million," Pitchford said.