Condominium Coming to Arlington Entertainment District

One Rangers Way, a 300-unit building, will be incorporated into the Arlington Entertainment District, which includes Globe Life Field, Choctaw Stadium, AT&T Stadium and Texas Live!

One Rangers Way, a 300-unit building, will be incorporated into the Arlington Entertainment District, which includes Globe Life Field, Choctaw Stadium, AT&T Stadium and Texas Live!

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The Texas Rangers and Cordish Companies announced Friday that development around the area’s sports team home is ramping up with the construction of an upscale condominium.

“One Rangers Way” will include 300 one- and two-bedroom units plus penthouses and be incorporated into the Arlington Entertainment District, which includes Globe Life Field, Choctaw Stadium, AT&T Stadium and Texas Live!

The area will soon be completed by the upcoming Loews Arlington Hotel & Convention Center and National Medal of Honor Museum, which began March 25.

The apartment complex is located on the Nolan Ryan Highway, 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 feature high-quality materials and hardware, high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The building will also contain an outdoor infinity pool, indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces, a gym, office workspaces, and concierge services.

Construction will begin this fall. The building is expected to open in 2024.

“It’s very exciting,” said Arlington Mayor Jim Ross. “It’s a great, great addition to the entertainment area. It’s by far not the last addition we’ll make.”

Specifically, Ross would like to see more office space for Arlington to attract companies looking to relocate to the area.

Friday’s announcement is part of a multi-billion dollar plan to develop the area around Arlington Stadiums, which began with the $250 million opening of Texas Live! in 2018.

Since Globe LIfe Field opened in 2020, Choctaw Stadium has been used to host concerts and other sporting events, including the Dallas Jackals’ professional rugby team.

Announcing the stadium’s future use. “A very important company” will be moving in soon, Ross said.

“I want people to think that we are definitely the one-stop shop for everything,” Ross said. “You can come here… and never get bored and do whatever you need here.”

This story was originally published May 13, 2022 12:34 PM.

Jess Harden covers growth and development. After graduating from Georgetown University, she completed a Fulbright Scholarship in Georgia (state) and spent a short period of federal service protecting whistleblowers. Jess comes to Fort Worth after helping launch digital news company Mahoning Matters in the wake of the shutdown of The Vindicator in Youngstown, Ohio. Send tips to [email protected] or via Twitter to @jesslhardin.

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