A 300- unit luxury residential project is headed to Arlington's Entertainment District
A luxury apartment is inbound for Arlington’s Entertainment District, adding to the nearly $1 billion in a new development that’s currently under construction and reshaping the area.
The Cordish Companies and the Texas Rangers are planning an upscale, 300-unit residential community in the heart of the Entertainment District. Located at Nolan Ryan Expressway adjacent to Choctaw Stadium and the National Medal of Honor Museum, the forthcoming project is expected to total about 532,000 square feet.
One Rangers Way adds to the tally of ongoing development transforming the Entertainment District, including Loews Arlington Hotel & Convention Center and the National Medal of Honor Museum, which recently broke ground on March 25.
“One Rangers Way, another jewel for our great city, will bring unmatched lifestyle options to our community and create even more vibrancy for our growing Entertainment District,” Arlington Mayor Jim Ross said in a prepared statement. “We are grateful for this transformative development.”
One Rangers Way will boast over 43,000 square feet of interior and exterior amenity space, including exterior amenity deck and green spaces, an outdoor infinity-edge pool, indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces, fitness facilities, office workspaces, exclusive resident events, concierge services and additional amenities, according to a news release.
The building will offer a mix of 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and penthouse apartment homes.
“The construction of One Rangers Way will bring a new dimension to the ongoing development in the Arlington Entertainment District,” said Ray Davis, Texas Rangers managing partner and majority owner, in a prepared statement. “This area is becoming a nationally renowned sports and entertainment destination with world-class facilities that have already been completed and several other projects that are well underway.”
The forthcoming development is part of a greater $4 billion push by the City of Arlington, Texas Rangers, The Cordish Companies and Loews Hotels & Co to transform the Entertainment District. Together, the partnership's total investment in new development is over $2.4 billion.
“One Rangers Way will become one of the most special residential communities in the country with its proximity to three iconic stadiums and the forthcoming National Medal of Honor Museum,” said Blake Cordish, principal of The Cordish Companies, in a prepared statement. “We remain committed to delivering a best-in-class, mixed-use development in the Entertainment District that will benefit the Arlington community and be a national draw for tourism for decades to come.”
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