High-Rise Living

Live the high life in Uptown Dallas for $10,000 a month at the Ritz-Carlton

Live the high life in Uptown Dallas for $10,000 a month at the Ritz

Balcony view from Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
The view from the balcony at unit 702 at the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates
Entry at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
Welcome home to unit 702. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates
Living room at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
There are views in every room of unit 702 at the Ritz. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates
Kitchn at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
The kitchen is compact but efficient. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates
Dining room at Ritz-Carlton unit 702 in Dallas
The dining room could accommodate up to 10. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates
Bedroom at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
The master retreat. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates
Bathroom at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
Marble galore in the master bath. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates
Balcony view from Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
Entry at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
Living room at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
Kitchn at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
Dining room at Ritz-Carlton unit 702 in Dallas
Bedroom at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas
Bathroom at Ritz-Carlton #702 in Dallas

Those in search of the high life have a new option in Uptown Dallas. According to Candy's Dirt, unit 702 at the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, has just hit the rental market. But it's going to set you back $10,000 a month.

So what do you get for that? Total square footage is 2,344, with two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths — one with marble galore, from the floor to the tub surround to the shower. The compact kitchen boasts ceiling-height cabinetry, so storage shan't be an issue, as well as top-of-the-line appliances. There is also a cozy sitting area just beyond the breakfast bar.

A fireplace warms up the second, more spacious formal living room, and the dining area would accommodate eight to 10 easily. A bounty of windows means there is a spectacular view from nearly every square foot of the condo.

The owner has opted for upgrades such as surround sound, custom lighting, window coverings and closet finish-outs. Candy's Dirt also reports this floor plan is sold out, so that might be a consideration.

That $10,000-per-month price tag also includes access to the Ritz's ritzy resident amenities, including valet, concierge, fitness center, resort-style pool, room service and housekeeping. There is also an onsite dog park, but this rental doesn't allow for any furry friends.

So if you have a pet, you'll just have to buy it — which you can do, for $1.499 million.