There’s a new apartment community coming to Arlington for those who really love baseball. It’s called One Rangers Way, and it’s a high-end apartment building under construction by The Texas Rangers and The Cordish Companies, which promises a unique living experience in the heart of the Arlington Entertainment District, amid Globe Life Field, Choctaw Stadium, and AT&T Stadium.
The release promises One Rangers Way will be one of the most luxurious resort-style apartment communities in the country. Wow, the entire United States of A.?
Located at Nolan Ryan Highway in the Entertainment District, near Globe Live Field, Choctaw Stadium, AT&T Stadium, Texas Live!, Live! by the Loews, the Loews Arlington Hotel & Convention Center, and the National Museum of the Medal of Honor makes for a one-of-a-kind experience.
The building will contain:
- 300 units
- National Green Building Standards Certificate
- High quality materials and equipment
- Wide ceiling heights
- Floor to ceiling windows
- Baseball and Texas Rangers inspired decor
The building will include one- and two-bedroom apartments and penthouses, as well as a parking garage for 423 places.
Texas Rangers managing partner and majority owner Ray Davis said in a statement that the building will bring a new dimension to the ongoing development at Arlington Entertainment District.
“This area has become a nationally popular sports and leisure destination with world-class facilities already completed and many other projects in the pipeline,” says Davis.
One Rangers Way will feature more than 43,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor facility space, including a spacious outdoor deck for relaxation, greenery, an outdoor infinity pool, indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, office workspace, exclusive resident events, and concierge services.
Residents also get direct access to Richard Greene & Dr. Parks.
It’s part of a larger $4 billion vision by the City of Arlington, Texas Rangers, The Cordish Companies, and Loews Hotels & Co to transform the entertainment district into the nation’s sports, leisure, hospitality, cultural and lifestyle destination. Together, the total investment for the new development through the partnership is more than $2.4 billion.
Construction begins in the fall, and the building is scheduled to open in 2024.