Downsizing Through High-Rise Living
Cassandra Carr is Living The High Life at The Broadway
When Coco Chanel uttered the phrase,“Luxury should be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury,” one would think she had been a guest in the 2,300-square-foot high rise apartment of independent Living Room business consultant Cassandra Carr.
Carr, along with designer Michael Morrison of John William Interiors, has cultivated a little piece of heaven high in the sky in The Broadway. Each room is a reflection of her modern yet understated taste and style, and it invites guests to sink back on the comfortable sofa, or pull up a chair on the balcony and take in the bird’s-eye views of downtown San Antonio.
Carr, who originally purchased the two bedroom, two-and-a-half bath apartment as a second residence, realized after just three months that high-rise living suited her to a T. She sold her 10,000-square-foot home in Austin, purged many of her belongings and decided to call The Broadway home.
Article By BONNY OSTERHAGE, Photography By AL RENDON