$1B Frisco Station development kicks off with 200,000-SF office$1B Frisco Station development kicks off with 200,000-SF officehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=131102016-05-09T05:00:00Z2016-05-09T20:25:00Z

​​​FRISCO - Kansas City-based developer VanTrust Real Estate is going forward with the development of its first speculative office building that will anchor Frisco Station, a $1 billion, 242-acre mixed-use development near the Dallas North Tollway and Warren Parkway.

VanTrust—along with the Rudman Partnership and Hillwood—have teamed up in a partnership to develop the entirety of Frisco Station, which is planned to include 1.5 million sf of mid-rise office space and a 1 million-sf corporate campus.

In all, the Frisco Station stakeholders expect nearly 15,000 people to work within the development.

Construction on the speculative seven-story, 228,000-sf building is slated to begin in September, with completion expected in August 2017.

Plans for the Class A office building includes a fitness center, conference center and power infrastructure that includes dual power feeds and multiple fiber optic option providers.

The building will connect to Frisco Station's 250,000-sf dining and entertainment district, which is called The Hub, and hiking and bike trails.

Along with the office space, Frisco Station will also include 500,000 sf of space earmarked for medical use and 2,400 urban-style apartments, which, upon completion, could house an estimated 3,450 residents.
Dallas Business Journal
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington

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