Frisco Station Development Continues

Frisco Station
Frisco Station | Image by Van Trust Real Estate/Frisco Station Partnership

Frisco Station is expanding, with developers announcing the addition of new restaurants, office buildings, and hotels.

A massive overhaul is taking place at Frisco Station. In total, roughly three million square feet of property space is slated for construction on the 242-acre mixed-used development.

The Frisco Station Partnership, comprised of Hillwood, VanTrust Real Estate, and The Rudman Partnership, is spearheading the development of The Towers at Frisco Station. Plans include a Class AA speculative office building, no less than four restaurants, a retailer, and a high-end hotel.

Once complete, upwards of five new office buildings will dot the burgeoning area.

Work has already begun on a Pickle and Social, a restaurant, an entertainment venue, and pickleball courts, all rolled into one space.

Robert Folzenlogen, senior vice president of strategic development and innovation for Hillwood, Frisco Station’s master developer, says the projects will enhance the current liveability of the area.

“The office program at Frisco Station remains strong, and The Towers district gives our office users and multifamily residents great walkability to all the area offers once their workday is complete,” said Folzenlogen, per The Dallas Morning News.

Earlier this month, The Dallas Express reported that a state filing showed a two-building, 410-unit development located on the southwest corner of John Hickman Parkway and Gridiron Road. The residential property, located within Frisco Station near The Star, is estimated to cost over $94 million and is forecast for completion by November 2026.

Frisco Station already has four residential living communities: The Casey, Cadence, Bexley, and SkyHouse. The area also boasts a health and wellness section, parks and trails, and The Hub, the “center of activity” for shopping, dining, and entertainment, according to the development website.

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