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Two hotels in north Fort Worth development are coming closer to actually happening

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It looks like a Hilton hotel and a Marriott hotel are coming to north Fort Worth.

The two hotels are part of the Victory Shops at Heritage Trace development by the Dallas-based Segovia Retail Group. According to plans submitted to the Fort Worth Zoning Commission, the Hilton branded hotel will be built on the northwest corner of the development, abutting Bald Mountain Road and the Tehama Ridge subdivision. It will be a five-story hotel with 117 rooms, a pool and an outdoor recreational area.

The Marriott branded hotel will be right next to the Hilton on the south. The plans show it will be four stories with 112 rooms and a swimming pool.

Currently the developer is in talks with the neighboring Tehama Ridge Homeowners’ Association to discuss the plans. The zoning permit will go before the Fort Worth City Council in June.

Victory Shops at Heritage Trace broke ground last year. The 24.41-acre development will include an Outback Steakhouse, a Blaze Pizza and other restaurants and retail.

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Carla Jimenez covers breaking business news and commercial retail development. Born and raised in Euless, she took a detour in the Midwest for a few years, but she’s back in the land of football, barbecue and Dr Pepper.
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