Rental units and retail would be essential for the Texas Live blended use project.
Designers constructing an amusement region all over Arlington’s Planet Life Field are wanting to add a loft project.
Maryland-based designer The Cordish Cos. has collaborated with the Texas Rangers on a $250 million blended use project called Texas Live encompassing the arena.
The Texas Live undertaking — the principal areas of which are as of now open — is intended to incorporate 200,000 square feet of eateries, retail and diversion scenes, meeting and show space, and an outside occasion structure.
The Cordish Cos. plans to begin development in the fall on the very nearly 300-unit, five-story loft and retail constructing called One Rangers Way in the task on Nolan Ryan Expressway south of Interstate 30.
“The development of One Rangers Way will carry another aspect to the continuous improvement in the Arlington Entertainment District,” said Ray Davis, Texas Rangers overseeing accomplice and greater part proprietor, in an explanation. “This region is turning into a broadly eminent games and diversion objective with elite offices that have proactively been finished and a few different ventures that are well in progress.”
The $70 million, 532,459-square-foot venture will open in 2024, as indicated by arranging reports documented with the state.
“We stay focused on conveying a top tier, blended use improvement in the Entertainment District that will help the Arlington people group and be a public draw for the travel industry for quite a long time into the future,” Blake Cordish, head of The Cordish Cos., said in an explanation.
Maryland-based designer Hord Coplan Macht planned the undertaking.
Designer Cordish says the undertaking “will offer occupants a metropolitan way of life in the core of Arlington’s Entertainment District. Also, the structure will include new retail space and another public carport.”
“The launch of Texas Live! in 2018, in organization between the Rangers and Cordish, prodded mind boggling energy for extra speculation, including the kickoff of the Live! by Loews lodging in 2019, in organization between the Rangers, Cordish and Loews Hotels and Co.; the Rangers’ new Globe Life Field in 2020; the approaching Loews Arlington Hotel and Convention Center, what got things started in October 2021; and the National Medal of Honor Museum, what got things started March 25,” a Cordish agent said in an email.
In October, the city of Arlington and Lowes Hotels and Co. kicked things off on a $550 million Lowes Arlington Hotel and Convention Center as a feature of the developing diversion locale.
The show lodging is set to open in 2024.