A new 268-room hotel is coming to Arlington.
Transwestern today announces it brokered the sale of a 9.24-acre mixed-use zoned tract of land in Arlington to Drury Development Corporation for a full-service hotel. The property to be developed west of the Lincoln Square retail center will include a 268-room Drury Plaza Hotel and an upscale restaurant. Senior Vice President Larry Jordan and Managing Director Steve Williamson of Transwestern’s Retail Services group represented the seller in the transaction.
“Drury was drawn to the development opportunity in North Arlington due to the area’s tremendous growth, many amenities and extensive entertainment options that regularly draw hotel guests from more than 100 miles away,” said Jordan. “The Drury Plaza Hotel will be one of the first full-service hotels constructed in North Arlington’s entertainment district since the Arlington Convention Center Hotel was built on Ballpark Way nearly 20 years ago.”
The area around Arlington’s entertainment district has been seeing a lot of activity of late, including the groundbreaking for the new ballpark and work on the Texas Live! development.