Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, a testament to timeless elegance, weaves a century-long transformation narrative. Originally a grand residence, its story begins in the 1920s when Sheppard W. King and Bertha Wilcox embarked on European voyages to curate exquisite treasures. The result was a palatial estate with Renaissance Italy and European influences, boasting a cantilevered staircase and the first private elevator in Dallas. Over the years, it hosted luminaries like President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Tennessee Williams, evolving from private residences to corporate headquarters. In a pivotal moment, Rosewood Corporation stepped in to rescue it from potential demolition, envisioning a restoration into a world-class restaurant and hotel.