That there's an apartment in a troubled highrise listed at about the same price point, and that apartment sold is significant. The hyperbole in some of my booster club observations are gross to me too sometimes, but the threshold was crossed - an apartment sold for (probably) more than $10 million. Just because it's an even number, the next milestone is $20 million, which would approach the top floor of Dallas County residential sales.
I will say, though, that even I don't to know if Dallas will ever have apartments reaching an appraised value comparable to estates like that one Beal bought from Hicks. Could you imagine?
Funny you would say this when earlier you told us that "Dallas has now become a place where the most expensive condos are as pricey as the most expensive house estates". Such diametrically opposed posts would cause a good deal of cognitive dissonance in most people.