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2011 Cedar Springs Condos in Dallas TX

2011 Cedar Springs Condos for Sale2011 Cedar Springs Road | Uptown Dallas

Constructed in November of 2000 and considered as one of the prized developments of CLB Partners, 2011 Cedar Springs is a 45-unit, 2-story loft located in Uptown Dallas. With an average size of 2,300 square feet per unit, the luxury loft condominium was almost completely sold-out when it was first built. Each unit of 2011 Cedars Springs Lofts features 20-ft windows and spacious balconies offering a spectacular view of Downtown Dallas. Also, each loft comes with a large terrace.

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The interior of each unit truly spells elegance, thanks to its hardwood floors, granite kitchen surfaces, stainless steel kitchen appliances, stained concrete, and a spacious bathroom complete with a massive shower area and a whirlpool tub. Unlike the warehouse-style lofts within the area that are characterized by unconcealed ductwork and concrete floors, 2011 Cedar Springs boasts of elegantly designed interiors such as granite kitchens and marble baths.

2011 Cedar Springs' exteriors are just as luxurious as its interior. The community's amenities include a parking area and a swimming pool. The security here is also top notch since the place has state-of-the-art surveillance systems. In addition to superb amenities, the condominium also provides convenience to its residents who want to save on gas and avoid the heavy traffic. It's located within walking distance of the Arts District, Uptown, and Downtown Dallas. 2011 Cedar Springs is also built just across Ritz-Carlton, connecting it to the fashionable areas of Highland Park and Turtle Creek. And having a Walk Score of 88 means strolling around the neighborhood is not only safe; it gives residents easy access to shops and restaurants. It is truly a place for an urban go-getter. 

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