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“The Victor is a high-rise where you’ll see much more than the walls — or in this case the floor-to-ceiling windows — of your own unit. This includes one of the more unique lobby scenes you’ll ever get. It’s a lobby made for art — see the thin steel men — and actively lounging.” – Chris Baldwin PaperCity


“People appreciate design, architecture and how the interior makes them feel.”  –  Ben Brewer - Hines




“Victory Park’s tallest tower launches leasing — take a look inside” by Bill Hethcock, Dallas Business Journal, December 2020

“Exclusive tour: Victory Park’s tallest tower launches leasing” by Bill Hethcock, Houston Business Journal, December 2020

“A Dirk-Worthy Tower — Dallas’ Newest High-Rise Soars Over Victory Park, With Interesting Neighbors and Perks” by Chris Baldwin, PaperCity Houston, November 2020

“Tower welcomes tenants. First 60 residents move into tallest building in Victory Park, where the views and art” by Steve Brown, Dallas Morning News, July 2021

“Hines Opens 40-Story Tower” by Reality News Report, August 2021

“First renters move into what’s now Victory Park’s tallest high-rise. Here’s what they get and how much they’re paying” by Beth Hethcock, Dallas Business Journal, August 2021

“The Victor luxury high-rise officially opens in Dallas” by ReJournals, August 2021

“Head in the Clouds: Just like the building, the quality of life at The Victor is sky high” by Hallie Milstein, Modern Luxury Interiors, October 2021

“$150 million luxury residential tower is on the rise in Uptown Dallas” by John Egan, CultureMap Dallas, November 2018

“True Luxury Skyscraper Palace Rising in Victory Park, Bringing New Heights and Sky-High Perks” by Chris Baldwin, PaperCity, November 2018

“Hines Begins Construction on Tallest Apartment Tower Outside Downtown Dallas” by Candace Carlisle, CoStar, November 2018

“Event Without Amazon’s HQ2, Victory Park Is Still a Tower Magnet” by Adolfo Pesquera, Towers, November 2018

“Hines Breaks Ground on New Victory Park Tower” by Jeremiah Jensen, D Magazine, November 2018



The interior architecture of the Victor strives to be stylistically timeless yet locally grounded. Inspired by the thriving Dallas arts and culture scene, the Victor features numerous commissioned artworks, giving residents and visitors opportunities to experience the work of local and international artists from the comfort of within the framework of their living space. Adjacent to the entry stands a cluster of cast free-standing figurative sculptures in perpetual dialog with nearby street scene. Their looming forms accentuate the height of the ground floor. Beyond, a large-scale hand-carved felt wall marries attentiveness to detail with a large material move, soft yet solid. The lobby and offices beyond are defined by a series of floating wood and stone planes, tied together with delicate steel windows to create rooms amid the visually open space.


Refinement in both the crafting of space and the careful selection of custom furnishings unify all into a singular design statement. A broad variety of resident amenity areas cater to everything from co-working to simulated golf to private catering ready party rooms. Every detail has been considered, even the scale and texture of ice from the ice machines has been considered and curated to enhance the resident experience. Indoor amenity areas spill out to corresponding covered outdoor areas, an expertly choreographed sequence of spaces for a seamless experience. Art and culture remain powerful reasons people choose to live in cities. The Victor is not a physical center of Dallas, it aspires to a cultural center to call home.




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