DALLAS – As of October 2018, Dallas-Fort Worth has 6,233 hotel rooms under construction, the third-largest in the nation, according to hotel research firm STR.
That's behind only New York and Las Vegas, which had 14,295 and 7,902 rooms, respectively.
With the new additions, North Texas' hotel room supply will grow 7 percent over the year, behind only New York (12 percent).
Much of the growth is concentrated in central Dallas.
Houston, which is still rebounding from Hurricane Harvey in 2017, had the fifth-largest growth spurt in the nation, adding 5,176 rooms for an increase of 5.7 percent.