Imagine life at its highest level, quite literally, above one of our nation’s greatest cities. A blank canvas spanning 4,499 square feet that awaits the design vision of a special buyer, this stroke of architectural artistry affords the highest and most commanding panoramas of Dallas. In its acquisition, one will take ownership of a glass jewel-box in the sky of which there is no comparison.

Penthouse 4202 is the final crown jewel atop Museum Tower, an iconic address in the heart of Dallas renowned for its exceptional services, curated amenities and dynamic neighborhood vitality.

Exuding the artistic nuance and flowing spaciousness of a modern art gallery with floor-to-ceiling windows framing the world from 42 stories in the sky, Penthouse 4202 is destined to be counted among the world’s most elite penthouse residences.

Museum Tower was envisioned as an abstraction of light and space that dissolves the boundary between art and architecture. As the building’s south-facing capstone, Penthouse 4202 is a unique half-floor space that will challenge a designer to conceive a vision as compelling as the architecture that surrounds it.

Design Partner of Johnson Fain, Scott Johnson is a prolific, internationally renowned architect with demonstrated artistry and expertise in tall buildings. He has carefully composed a fluid, artistic aesthetic for Penthouse 4202.

Museum Tower’s internationally celebrated architect, Scott Johnson, demonstrates that good architecture is an experience choreographed by the architect and completed by the users through their own openness to the experience. The Design Partner at Los Angeles-based architectural firm Johnson Fain, Mr. Johnson has designed nearly 100 built projects over the past two decades.

Both a Fellow and a Gold Medal recipient from the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Institute of Architecture, he is a prolific designer whose best-known projects have become local landmarks, including three high-rise buildings in Century City, California; and the Opus One and Byron Wineries in the Napa Valley and Santa Barbara County, respectively.

Mr. Johnson is currently working on tall buildings in Taiwan, Indonesia, China and the U.S., and has authored numerous books, among them, Tall Building: Imagining the Skyscraper.

In a gracious, professional and exceedingly discreet manner befitting Penthouse 4202’s iconic status, an uncompromising degree of personalized service can be an everyday luxury if one so chooses.

If so desired by the enviable owner of Penthouse 4202, the extraordinary can be rendered on a daily basis. Museum Tower’s uncompromising, five-star-caliber service culture is attentive yet relaxed, and ingrained with the pedigree of gracious Texas hospitality.

Under the personal guidance of the Director of Resident Relations and the General Manager,

every staff member is a consummate professional who attempts to know every owner’s needs and preferences. The unmatched offering of services that makes the everyday extraordinary includes 24/7 concierge, house car service, dog walking, private event assistance and much more.

To schedule a private showing, contact us as follows:

Ilene Christ
p: 214-213-9455

Missy Woehr
p: 214-418-6867