Hines, the international real estate firm, has announced the grand opening of The Victor, an iconic luxury residential high-rise. Located on the northeast corner of Nowitzky Way and Victory Park Lane, adjacent to the American Airlines Center and W Dallas-Victory Hotel, the all-rental residences lie at the nexus of South Victory (SoVi) District’s three curated blocks of walkable, street-front dining, shopping and entertainment experiences.
Striking Views of the City’s Vibrant Cultural and Social Districts
Comprised of 344 luxury residences, the 40-story tower stands taller than any other residential community in Victory Park or Uptown and boasts 360-degree views of Turtle Creek and the American Airlines Center to the north; Downtown to the south; Downtown and Uptown to the east; and the Trinity River and Margaret Hunt Hill bridge to the west.
“The Victor offers residents a walkable, urban lifestyle within a timeless and elegant living environment,” said Ben Brewer, Hines Managing Director. “From its refined architectural features and internationally acclaimed art collection to its top-notch services and amenities, every detail of the tower has been considered and curated. Residents will enjoy a streamlined lifestyle, complemented by an outstanding staff and unparalleled access to the area’s vibrant destinations.”
Glass Jewel Box Tower
Setting a new tone for the bustling borough, The Victor’s modern design provokes a vibrant energy that yields undeniably welcoming and luminous spaces. With common space interiors by Mayfield and Ragni Studio (MaRS), a soothing color palette is accented by contemporary interiors, unique millwork and commissioned art installations by renowned sculptors and artists including Brendan Jamison and Helen Amy Murray. Designed by Munoz + Albin Architecture & Planning, the building’s façade is broken into two distinct shapes to accentuate its verticality: a crystalline thin floating glass volume on the east and a masonry volume on the west. The glass box hovers above the podium and cantilevers on both north and south sides to create an illusion that the volume is defying gravity.
“Living at The Victor is living among art,” said Erick Ragni, AIA LEED AP, Principal, MaRS. “Influenced by Dallas’ incredible museums and Design District, the building’s shared spaces are accented by feature art installations from designers around the world. The design team has choreographed the seamless integration of inside and outside amenities, views and materials, which ground the building in its urban setting. Art and culture remain powerful reasons people choose to live in cities, and The Victor aspires to become its own cultural center for residents to call home.”
Condominium-Level Finishes in a Rental Residence
The Victor boasts spacious single-level floor plans ranging from 539 to 2,695 square feet. Each light-filled residence features 10-foot ceilings, flexible living spaces, generous walk-in closets with custom shelving and floor-to-ceiling windows to maximize views. Natural materials and finishes create an inviting sense of warmth with luxurious millwork and fixtures including quartz countertops, porcelain tile, stainless-steel appliances and wide-planked wood flooring complimenting Italian-made custom cabinetry throughout.
The building’s 18 penthouse residences, on levels 38 through 40 range in size from 1,595 to 2,696 square feet, with up to three bedrooms and flex spaces. In addition to exclusive access to the penthouse floors, residents enjoy individual private garage parking, large outdoor private terraces, freestanding bathtubs, panelized Kitchen Aid appliances, smart-home capabilities and ultra-luxurious finishes rivaling the finest of condominium residences. Select penthouses also feature outdoor living rooms with gas grills and refrigerators, as well as contemporary indoor fireplaces.