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The Vote Is In: This Apartment Has The Best Views In Dallas

The Beat 1001 Belleview Street Unit 1004 | Image by DFW Urban Realty
The Beat 1001 Belleview Street Unit 1004 | Image by DFW Urban Realty

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The Cedars has become one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Dallas. This is thanks, in very large part, to developer and investor Jack Matthews, owner of Matthews Southwest and the man who built The Beat.

Matthews has been the driving force in rebuilding the Cedars. He turned the old Sears warehouse into Southside on Lamar, the first hip lofts on this side of Interstate 30.

Security was critical, so he built The Dallas Police Department across the street from them.

Then, when all of these new residents needed places to hang out, he went on to develop Gilleys, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, and countless other projects you most likely frequent.

The first time I saw The Beat was visiting Briggs Freeman Realtor J.B. Hayes, who had just purchased her loft there in 2017. I remember walking in the door and doing the proverbial jaw-drop. Take it from someone who sees beautiful real estate daily: There are no better views in Dallas.

So, when she called me last week to let me know that one of the largest residences at The Beat Lofts was for sale, I could not stop hitting refresh on the computer as I eagerly awaited the photos.

Penthouse 4, an exclusive three-bedroom end unit, crowns the southern section of the building, offering unparalleled views of downtown Dallas, Fair Park, and the Trinity River corridor. This means you’ll be surrounded by 14-foot-tall, floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides of the loft.

For those who appreciate a dramatic reveal, electric shades in the living and dining areas allow you to showcase the breathtaking view at the perfect moment.

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