September 19, 2022

Dallas and Arlington Ride to Upland

[10.6.22 UPDATE]

Yee-haw! Construction has started on the Dallas Stadium in Arlington! 

If you’re as excited as we are about bringing this amazing facility into Upland, then why not be a part of construction? Players who stake Spark are eligible to win one of 10 properties across Dallas and Arlington! 

We will take snapshots of the players staking Spark throughout construction to record who is eligible for the property drawing. After construction is complete, we’ll host a drawing for the 10 lucky winners. 

Below you’ll find the properties that are included in the drawing. Feel free to search for them in Upland to check them out!  


  • 1801 E MAYFIELD RD 
  • 3404 ALLEN AVE
  • 600 W PARK ROW DR
  • 2000 MILL CREEK DR


  • 6816 GASTON AVE
  • 4423 LIVE OAK ST
  • 9999 ATOKA ST
  • 5435 GASTON AVE


[UPDATE 9.28.2022]

To ensure the best possible experience for players participating in this two-city release, we will be opening the Oak Lawn neighborhood in Dallas first. This means the schedule for release will be slightly different than what was originally announced.

Properties in Oak Lawn will release at 8:00 am PT. We will then give a 5 minute warning before releasing the remaining neighborhoods in Dallas, and the East Arlington neighborhood.


Giddy up, Uplanders! We have a double-dipped, Texas-sized city opening! That’s right, our next city release has not one, but TWO cities: Dallas and Arlington. 

As one of the largest cities in the Lone Star State, D-Town brings cowboy boots, cowboy hats, and a slab of the South to Upland. And because football is such a huge part of Texas, we are also opening Arlington, Texas and including its famous football stadium. 

You better saddle up because we’re adding some yeehaw to Upland! Read on to find out more, and don’t forget to hop into Reddit to join the discussion.


  1. Dallas and Arlington launch in Upland on September 29, at 8:00 AM PT
  2. The Terminal Sale registration opens September 26, at 8:00 AM PT
  3. The Terminal Sale starts September 27 at 9:00 AM PT
  4. There are future plans to expand neighborhoods and properties in Arlington and Dallas

City Release Details

As the ninth-largest city in the U.S., Dallas is home to more than 1.2 million Dallasites. Dallas classifies as a large-sized, medium-priced city according to Upland’s city tier system. When Dallas is set loose, about 29,000 of the the total ~300,000 properties will be available. More parcels will come later as neighborhoods expand post-launch. About 27% of the properties will be FSA for newer players joining Upland. These cities will launch in Vanilla Mode, meaning that property Collections will be revealed about a week after the city’s initial launch.

Right next to Dallas we have Arlington, a mid-sized, medium-priced city right next door. Here we’ll see about 20,000 of its 110,000 total properties available in the initial opening. About 33% of these properties are allocated as FSA. There are plans to expand properties after launch. 

Take a look at our map (below) for a better idea of the Dallas and Arlington launch. The purple areas in the image represent the areas included in this first property launch. 

City Information: Dallas

  • Send Fees (Lo/Hi/Default): 15/75/30
  • Airport: Yes 
  • Train Terminal: Yes
  • Collections: 16-22
  • Launch properties: 29,000
  • Total available properties: 300,000
  • FSA Allocation: ~27%
  • Treasure Hunt Tier: 3
  • Future Expansions: Yes

City Information: Arlington

  • Send Fees (Lo/Hi/Default): 10/50/20
  • Airport: No
  • Train Terminal: Yes
  • Collections: 7-12
  • Launch properties: 20,000
  • Total available properties: 110,000
  • FSA Allocation: ~33%
  • Treasure Hunt Tier: 4
  • Future Expansions: Yes

Neighborhoods: Dallas

  • Arts District
  • City Center District
  • Convention Center District
  • Farmers Market District
  • Government District
  • Highland Park
  • Knox / Henderson
  • Main Street District
  • Near East
  • Oak Lawn
  • Old East Dallas
  • Reunion District
  • West End Historic District

Neighborhood: Arlington

  • East Arlington

Note: All neighborhoods will be added to the map, but travel will be possible only in the neighborhoods listed above until future expansions unlock additional areas. 

Fun Facts About Dallas and Arlington

With a city motto of “Discover Your All,” there is bound to be a lot of history, culture, and fun to be found in Dallas. Check out some of these fun facts for a taste. 

  1. If you think Texas is only good for country dancing and rodeo, think again! The Dallas Arts District is the largest urban art district in the U.S. and is home to amazing performing and visual arts. 
  2. In 1927, a small convenient store known as 7-Eleven got its start. Now, it’s a multinational brand with more than 13,000 branches in the U.S. and Canada. That’s a lot of Big Gulps! 
  3. Maybe there’s something in the barbecue, because there sure are a lot of big names and deep pockets that come out of Dallas. There are 27 billionaires in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area, and celebrities such as Stevie Ray Vaughn, Meatloaf, Vanilla Ice, Usher, Jensen Ackles, Nick Jonas, and Drew Brees were born in Dallas. 
  4. With a baseball stadium, football stadium, and the International Bowling Camps containing the International Bowling Museum, Arlington is a sports mecca. 
  5. Top O’ Hill Terrace, aka “Vegas before Vegas,” was a casino that operated in the 1920s Prohibition Era. This spot was located a short way from the Arlington Downs Racetrack and even had an underground getaway tunnel for raids. 

Dallas and Arlington Terminal Sale

Dallas and Arlington have a special relationship. So it only makes sense to bring both cities to Upland. In order to get to Arlington, users will need to take the train from Dallas. So plan your trip accordingly if you want to get to the football stadium in Arlington for the big game! 

Terminal Sale Details

  • Registration Start: September 26, at 8:00 AM PT
  • Registration Close: September 27, at 8:00 AM PT
  • Sale Start: September 27, at 9:00 AM PT

  • Dallas Airport (DFW) Terminal Quantity: 22
  • Dallas Airport (DFW) Terminal Price: $1,280 each
  • Dallas Train Terminal Quantity: 10
  • Dallas Train Terminal Price: $475 each
  • Arlington Train Terminal Quantity: 10
  • Arlington Train Terminal Price: $475 each

Note: The registration and sale of terminals will only be available in the web version of Upland’s Store. 

Dallas and Arlington Travel Guide

The Dallas Fort-Worth Airport has routes for seven airports spread across Upland. Then there are three train routes from nearby cities in addition to Arlington, which of course has a train route to Dallas. 

Check out our travel routes guide before planning your trip to Dallas! 

Note: Travel routes are expected to open later this week.

Release Schedule Recap

There’s a lot going on in Dallas! Stay on track with this schedule shortlist:

  • Terminal Sale Registration Opens: September 26, 8:00 AM PT
  • Terminal Sale Registration Closes: September 27, 8:00 AM PT 
  • Terminal Sale: September 27, 9:00 AM PT 
  • City launch: September 29, 8:00 AM PT 

Note: As a reminder, if we see signs that the city release experience is sub-optimal, we will take immediate action and lock any unminted properties. If required, this may be followed by a brief maintenance period.

It’s time to cowboy-up, Upland! Join us as we break ground on this amazing city. And for your Texans out there (or Texans at heart), don’t forget to set Dallas as your Upland Home Address

Have any thoughts on this release? Join the conversation on Reddit and let us know!

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