Bryan Street Station and how it's Changed the Dallas Condo Market

If there’s one thing that the national housing market free fall of the last few years has taught us, it is that we all may be changing our vision of what makes a fine residence.

While some of the more upscale downtown Dallas condos are sitting idle on the market, or being rented out instead of sold, the condo and townhouse residences of Bryan Street Station are being quickly snatched up by eager homeowners.

In fact, the first phase of the Bryan Street Station is already sold out, and the second and third phases of the project are garnering a considerable amount of attention.

Why? Perhaps it’s the excellent location and urban, contemporary design. Or maybe it’s because they offer residents fine amenities at affordable prices. The residences of Bryan Street Station offer either European-style flats or townhomes from $143,000 to $300,000.

Although there is certainly proof that the Dallas market has cooled off considerably over the last year, new construction is certainly not a thing of the past. Builders and developers are simply switching gears and realizing that, along with the multi-million dollar condos of yesterday, there is certainly more than enough room in the condo market for affordable, yet stylish, downtown condo living.

Bryan Street is a fine example that you don’t have to sacrifice convenience and location for price. Just some of the examples of what Bryan Street Station affords its residents include:

  • Ten-foot ceilings
  • Close proximity to the Dallas Arts District, American Airlines Center and public transportation
  • One, tow and three-bedroom units
  • Hardwood floors
  • Gourmet kitchens with euro-style cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances
  • Hip, contemporary architecture and interior design
  • Large, walk-in closets
  • Secure parking garage
  • Four, different floor plans
  • Spacious interiors
  • Pre-wired for cable
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