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    A $150 million luxury Loews Hotel and convention center will be part of the Texas Live! entertainment complex being built near Globe Life Park in Arlington, the Texas Rangers announced Thursday. The hotel, Live! by Loews-Arlington, designed by HKS Architects, will be a 14-story glass tower with 302 guest rooms, including 26 suites, with floor-to-ceiling windows giving wide views of Arlington’s entertainment district.

    The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is always expanding and these developments are adding to the appeal of the area. This newly announced Luxury hotel will provide a great option to those visiting the area for sporting or business events. Dallas roofing companies need a break once and while, so what better way to relax than to spend the day watching a game at the entertainment complex? The complex is in the process of being completed now, but we look forward to seeing the final product in our great state!

    “The Cordish Companies and the Texas Rangers are two world-class organizations with an incredible vision for the Arlington Entertainment District that is highlighted by their commitment to quality of design and architecture,” Jonathan Tisch, Chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels & Co., said in a statement. “This partnership allows us the opportunity to bring Loews Hotels back to Texas after a more than 20-year hiatus and presents what we plan is the first of several new hotels under the Live! by Loews partner brand.”

    The complex, a joint venture of the city, Rangers and Cordish, is located between Globe Life Park and AT&T Stadium and adjacent to the site where a new $1 billion retractable-roof stadium for the Rangers will be built in time for the 2020 season…Officials expect Texas Live! to create 2,000 construction jobs and 1,025 permanent jobs in Arlington and Tarrant County, and many opportunities for vendors. Officials project an annual $100 million economic benefit to the city and county, and $2 billion in direct and indirect salaries during its first 40 years.

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