With this new project, the home of the Cowboys and the Rangers could be your home too
Development around the home to the area’s sports teams is ramping up with the construction of an upscale apartment complex, the Texas Rangers and the Cordish Companies announced Friday. “One Rangers Way” will include 300 one- and two-bedroom units as well as penthouse apartment homes and will be integrated into the Arlington Entertainment District, which includes Globe Life Field, Choctaw Stadium, AT&T Stadium and Texas Live! The area will soon be supplemented by the forthcoming Loews Arlington Hotel & Convention Center and National Medal of Honor Museum, which broke ground on March 25.
The apartment complex will be located at Nolan Ryan Expressway, adjacent to Choctaw Stadium and the National Medal of Honor Museum. Designed by Hord Coplan Macht, One Rangers Way will meet National Green Building Standard certification and will feature high-end materials and appliances, high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. The building will also feature an outdoor infinity edge pool, indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces, gym, office workspaces and concierge services.
Construction will begin this fall; the building is expected to open in 2024. “It’s so exciting,” said Arlington Mayor Jim Ross. “It’s a wonderful, wonderful additional to the entertainment district. It is by far not the last addition we’re going to be doing.” Specifically, Ross would like to see more office space in order for Arlington to attract businesses looking to relocate to the area. Friday’s announcement is part of a multi-billion dollar plan to develop the area around Arlington’s stadiums, which began with the opening of $250 million entertainment and restaurant venue Texas Live! in 2018. Since Globe LIfe Field opened in 2020, Choctaw Stadium has been used to host concerts and other sporting events, including games professional rugby team the Dallas Jackals.
An announcement about the stadium’s future use is forthcoming. “A very significant company” will move into the venue soon, said Ross. “I want people to think we are definitely the one-stop shop for everything,” said Ross. “You can come here...and never get bored and do everything you need to do here.”
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