Uptown has some of North Texas' priciest real estate.
Office buildings in the area north of downtown Dallas have fetched record high prices.
And most of the new residential units are being constructed in high-rise buildings.
So the chance to buy one of just four super-luxury homes a couple of blocks from Klyde Warren Park is likely to attract attention.
The brownstone-inspired row houses were built a decade ago along with the next door Ritz-Carlton Tower Residences. Noted architect Robert A.M. Stern, who also did the condo tower and the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, designed them.
The four- and five-story Regency Row homes face the new McKinney & Olive tower with its park, restaurant and retail center and office high-rise at Olive and Cedar Springs Road.
Crescent Real Estate, which built both projects, has hired Dallas luxury builder Platinum Homes to finish the limestone row houses, which have 5,300 to 6,300 square feet each.
The houses also have private garages and landscaped courtyard entrances and are served by private elevators.
Homes in the one-of-a-kind Uptown housing project will be priced at $5.5 million to $6.5 million each. Construction to finish out the houses will start this spring.
"Here's a chance to create the house of your dreams in one of the best neighborhoods in the nation, transforming the space from a shell into a fully customized home," Platinum's Mark Molthan said in a prepared statement.
Crescent chairman John Goff said the developer held off finishing the row houses until the McKinney & Olive project was finished.
The houses have rooftop terraces and will be finished inside in either contemporary or traditional designs. Designers Laura Kirar and Allen Kirsch are working on the project.