I think it would turn into an exurban wasteland with no activity save tourists and only a few budget hotels, nobody trying to compete with the Hard Rock. Have you been to Arlington, seen the Rangers ballpark? Know whats in that area? Jack. A couple of midrise office blocks with nothing going on during the day, six hotels, Six Flags, and one sports bar (which is actually pretty decent). Nobody lives there, nobody does anything there, and there's not going to be much more real development there, either. The Rangers ballpark was built in '94, 14 years to have an impact on the area, and whatever impact it's had, it remains what it was when they built the ballpark, an exurban wasteland. And that's what would happen here, because we all know the county government lacks any sort of vision to even attempt to turn the area into anything urban or livable or even lived-in and decent.