FRISCO – Nonresidential developments in Frisco will now be required to have a larger amount of open space and more amenities.
The changes increase the minimum amount of open space from 7 percent to 10 percent of the total net acreage.
The changes also increase the number of required amenities from five to eight.
The new standards are expected to help make Frisco a more sustainable city by bringing more foot traffic and creating quality developments.
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