- Steve Brown, Dallas Morning News

Jordan high-rise is north of downtown just a block from the Crescent.

A deluxe Uptown high-rise is the latest Dallas apartment project up for grabs.

The 23-story Jordan apartment tower is just a block from the Crescent and has sweeping views of the downtown skyline.

Completed in 2016 by StreetLights Residential, the 212-unit building opened just north of McKinney Avenue with average rents of above $3,000 a month. The units average more than 1,000 square feet in size.

The $65 million Uptown tower was built in partnership with Boston-based General Investment & Development Cos.

GDA Architects designed the tower, which has a tenant lounge and fitness center on the seventh floor.

Brokers at Institutional Property Advisors just listed the posh high-rise for sale.

“The asset is just two blocks from downtown, presenting a multitude of additional employment and entertainment drivers within walking distances,” according to the brokers’ marketing pitch. “The property has experienced strong demand as a result of its prime location, high-end unit features and community amenities.”

The Jordan tower is almost 95% leased, according to Institutional Property Advisors.

The Jordan is just the latest Uptown apartment tower to hit the market in the last two years.

The 21-story, 218-unit Mondrian Cityplace and the 196-unit Gables Uptown Tower recently sold.

Dallas-Fort Worth is the country’s top apartment investment market with about $29 billion in sales in the last year.