A commercial property company hopes to bring new business to an old ballpark.
Vision Commercial Real Estate has been tasked with finding new office and retail uses for Globe Life Park, the former home of the Texas Rangers.
With the baseball team moving into new digs next door, the 25-year-old former stadium in Arlington is hunting new uses.
Vision Commercial is marketing the stadium’s 4-story office space and more than 15,000 square feet of ground floor retail.
While it’s no longer home to the Rangers, Globe Life Park now hosts the XFL team the Dallas Renegades and the North Texas Soccer Club. Arlington wants to repurpose the stadium as a mixed-use complex.
“The transformation of this great stadium into a work/play venue will enable Globe Life Park to become the epicenter of Arlington’s entertainment district,” Roger Smeltzer, principal broker of Vision Commercial, said in a statement.
The stadium is next door to the Rangers’ new $1.1 billion Globe Life Field, the Texas Live! entertainment district and the new Loews Hotel.