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Cole Park Place is a unique, contemporary building that is located one block from the heart of West Village. West Village is located in the thriving Uptown district, an upscale neighborhood just north of downtown Dallas. This is a dense network of premium pedestrian-friendly urban sophisticated shops, diverse restaurants and an exciting nightlife.  Public transportation in Dallas includes the McKinney Avenue Transit Authority’s M-line streetcar which will take you to many popular tourist destinations including downtown along with the bus system and DART light rail system. Just to the West is the 3.5 mile Katy Trail that has been developed into a twelve foot wide landscaped bicycling, jogging, and walking outdoor space that attracts many local residents. If you want to live in Dallas, this is the place to be.

 

Cole Park Place is a three story condominium built with large private yards on the ground floor. There are four units per floor for extra privacy with the unit size ranging from 1,453 to 2,278 square feet. These two and three bedroom condos each have private patios with sliding glass doors, climate controlled storage, secure private underground garage with two assigned parking spots, five foot tall clearstories in each penthouse unit. The contemporary units have been designed to incorporate strong architectural elements and designed to allow for optimum personalization. One example are the long entries with light coves that could have specialty finishes or become your personal art gallery. The spacious living rooms each have a modern gas fireplace, eat-in breakfast bars, marble countertops, high end steel appliances, wine refrigerators, ten foot ceilings, cove lighting in locations unique to each unit. Several other amenities include the elegant free standing tubs, frameless glass showers, floating vanities, spacious walk-in closets up to 150 square feet, built-in hidden safes, wood flooring imported from Europe, and tile imported from Italy.

The collaboration of this project include a team of Californian architects Kadelo and Larsen, Dallas designer Brant McFarlain of R Brant Design and SJB Development, LLC.