First Look: Rosewood Plans New 17-Story Turtle Creek Luxury Tower in Dallas

The new tower, which Rosewood says “combines Beaux-arts inspired elegance with a wealth of outstanding amenities"—not to mention killer views—will feature around 46 residences.

Hong Kong-based Rosewood Hotels & Resorts—former owner of the iconic Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek—plans to build a 17-story standalone residential development as a nearby neighbor: Rosewood Residences Turtle Creek. 

The new 17-story tower, which Rosewood says “combines Beaux-arts inspired elegance with a wealth of outstanding amenities,” will feature around 46 residences. It’s being developed by One Turtle Creek, a partnership of USA Infrastructure Investments and SVAG, and is scheduled for completion in early 2025. Sales will commence this year, Rosewood says.

The 143-room Mansion on Turtle Creek and its restaurant were acquired by HSN Capital Partners in September. HSN is continuing to operate the properties with Rosewood.

Designed by Chicago Architect Lucien Lagrange

Rendering of the rooftop infinity pool at Rosewood Residences Turtle Creek. [Photo: Rosewood Hotels & Resorts]

The building is designed by Chicago Architect Lucien Lagrange. Interior design by Dan Fink will draw upon “the colors, tones, and quality of light along Turtle Creek’s nature-filled waterway.”

The building’s residences will range in size from around 2,000 to 6,380 square feet, the company says, with ceiling-height windows up to 12 feet tall offering “immersive” city or park views. A dedicated dog park, spa, and garden will be available for some very pampered pets.

Amenities will include “a rooftop oasis” featuring an infinity pool and lounge, a landscaped garden, and a fitness center, library, and private dining room spaces.

Rosewood comes full circle to the home of its first hotel

Rendering of Rosewood Residences Turtle Creek. [Photo: Rosewood Hotels & Resorts]

“Given the symbolic significance Dallas holds for us at Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, we’re thrilled to be bringing our residential concept to this market,” Brad Berry, VP of Global Residential Development at Rosewood Hotel Group, said in a statement. “Planting the Rosewood Residences flag in the same neighborhood as our very first hotel is a great moment for us as we continue to grow our footprint.”

“With this project, we’re realizing our vision of bringing timeless architecture together with exceptional service in the upscale residential neighborhood of Turtle Creek,” said developer Preston Cheng of One Turtle Creek. “This hasn’t been done before in Dallas, and to do so with Rosewood, renowned architect Lucien Lagrange, and AD100 interior designer Dan Fink, adds another level of excitement.”

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