ARLINGTON, Texas — A new 300-unit, upscale resort-style residential unit is coming to Arlington.
The Texas Rangers and The Cordish Companies announced new details for the residential community on Friday, adding to the momentum of new development in the area that began with the opening of Texas Live! in 2018.
One Rangers Way will be located at Nolan Ryan Expressway adjacent to Choctaw Stadium and the National Medal of Honor Museum.
The project adds to the nearly $1 billion of new development currently under construction in the Entertainment District that includes the forthcoming Loews Arlington Hotel & Convention Center and National Medal of Honor Museum, which recently broke ground on March 25, officials said in a press release.
The 300 units at One Rangers Way will include high-end materials and appliances, expansive ceiling heights and floor-to-ceiling windows. The building will offer a mix of 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and penthouse apartment homes, as well as a parking garage with 423 spaces.
“The construction of One Rangers Way will bring a new dimension to the ongoing development in the Arlington Entertainment District,” Texas Rangers Managing Partner and Majority Owner Ray Davis said. “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 Texas Rangers are proud to join the City of Arlington and The Cordish Companies in building this unique residential community in the heart of the Entertainment District.”
Other amenities at One Rangers Way include: an expansive exterior amenity deck and green spaces, an outdoor infinity edge pool, indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, office workspaces, exclusive resident events, concierge services and more.
“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. “We are grateful for this transformative development, made possible by our partnerships with the Texas Rangers and The Cordish Companies.”
Construction on One Rangers Way will start in the fall and the community is slated to open in 2024.