DFW Airport Board to Vote on New Plaza

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    If the development is approved there are some big plans in the works for a new development at DFW Airport including a hotel and shopping. (Published Thursday, Dec 6, 2012)

    The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Board will vote Thursday on a new $100 million development project that includes a hotel, postal center and retail complex.

    The plan shows a potential 32-acre project, known as, Southgate Plaza, that would be built near the south entrance to DFW Airport, near the rental car facility.

    DFW Airport to Vote on New Plaza

    [DFW] DFW Airport to Vote on New Plaza
    The DFW Airport Board will vote Thursday on a development project that would include a hotel, postal center and retail. (Published Thursday, Dec 6, 2012)

    The first phase would account for 17 acres, or more than half of that.

    If approved, the project would result in a new 137-room Hyatt Place Hotel, a headquarters building to consolidate airport staff into one campus, a parking garage for 430 employees and a new United States Postal Service facility.

    The estimated price tag for the first phase of the project is $92.1 million.