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.
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.