The Dallas Fort Worth International Airport’s board approved plans for adding its first extended stay hotel, a six-story, 125-suite Hyatt House.
The hotel, the fourth on airport property, will be located next to the Hyatt Place DFW hotel on a 2.5-acre site in the Southgate Plaza area.
The hotel will have approximately 99,000 square feet of space, which includes meeting/boardroom/pre-function spaces, an enclosed pool, fitness center, an extended lobby with a restaurant/bar and 135 parking spaces.
The airport board approved up to $34.6 million on June 7 in an agreement with Woodbine Development Corp. for design and construction services for the hotel.
The projected annual tax revenue for the proposed Hyatt House though the hotel occupancy tax and sales tax in 2022 would be $280,080 to the airport owner cities of Dallas and Fort Worth and $134,131 to the host city of Euless.
Southgate Plaza is a 32-acre mixed-use development that includes the airport’s corporate headquarters.
Frisco-based Code 3 Emergency Partners, a physician-owned network of emergency room and urgent care clinics, has opened the first freestanding emergency room & urgent care in Southgate Plaza on June 7.