Arlington Today

Destination: Arlington

June 6, 2024

Arlington has been a destination since August of 1961. That is when Six Flags Over Texas opened. Back then I-30 was The Dallas-Fort Worth Turnpike hence the name of the next major attraction to open, Turnpike Stadium, in April of 1965. Twelve years later, Wet and Wild Water Park joined the fun in 1977...

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Arlington Report

Live like a Champion at One Rangers Way

June 5, 2024

Picture this: Your neighbors are the reigning World Series Champions. How? You live at One Rangers Way, located just steps from Globe Life Field...

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Arlington Report

Arlington’s goal for apartments: Housing for everyone

March 20, 2024

By the 1980s, Arlington leaders realized there was a problem with aging, ill-maintained apartments that had become an issue for residents of the city’s neighborhoods. Residents were concerned about apartment density and worried that there was an overabundance of older apartments built in the 1950s and ’60s...

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Fort Worth Report

Hotels, apartments, museums part of sweeping additions, changes in Entertainment District

February 26, 2024

The long-awaited grand opening of the 888-room Loews Arlington Hotel on Feb. 13 is only the most recent of a number of Entertainment District developments — so many that it’s easy to lose track of what’s happening when. Or next. That said, here’s a quick catch-up of events/trends in the district...

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