Kelley USA wrote: All concepts combined will add almost 4000 additional rooms per night.
At first, I thought that was alot... but then I considered the general population growth and employment growth in Irving AND the increased traffic at DFW, so, ya, that's about right! Not soon enough we'll see hotel accommodations inside the airport, terminal adjacent, really kick off. Might sound scary for all the hotel rooms coming on now, but these guests will simply represent the addition of a new channel into the market.
Just like Downtown Dallas, the Las Colinas Urban Centre is getting there, but not everything is in place quite; the remarkable growth in each place is still spread out and crossing the density threshold into bustling just out of reach. The tandem - Las Colinas and Downtown Dallas will be an excellent duo one of these days. Residential living in each will be similar but different, pedestrian activated with many people in and along the corridor between the two places, fully using both. Downtown will be quite the scene when a sizable Urban Centre population bumps up the transit oriented visitation.