Breaking down Frisco's $5 billion mileBreaking down Frisco's $5 billion milehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=19332015-01-20T11:45:00Z2015-01-20T08:00:00Z

FRISCO - Four projects under construction along the Dallas North Tollway have created what Frisco Mayor Maher Maso called the “$5 Billion Mile” from Warren Pkwy. to Lebanon Rd.

The Star, a 91-acre complex anchored by a training facility and headquarters for the Dallas Cowboys, instigated much of the development in the area, according to Maso. It has also helped the city attract investors from around the globe.

Here is a look at projects in Frisco’s “$5 Billion Mile:”

Frisco Station ($1.7 billion):

A 242-acre mixed-use project that is a collaboration between landowner The Rudman Partnership, VanTrust Real Estate, which will oversee office development, and Hillwood, which will serve as the master developer and develop all non-office space.

Plans call for 4 million sf of office space, 2,400 multifamily residences, restaurant and entertainment venues, medical and wellness facilities, and open spaces and parks.

Wade Park ($1.6 billion):

A 175-acre mixed-use project from Thomas Land Development that is slated to include 600,000 sf of retail space, up to 6 million sf of office space, more than 500 hotel rooms and 1,300 residential units.

Groundbreaking for the project took place in August, and Whole Foods, iPic Theatre, and Pinstripes have already signed on as tenants.

The Gate ($700 million):

Developed by Invest Group Overseas, the project could ultimately include 4 million sf of office space, 250 hotel rooms, 2,400 multifamily units, 73 single-family homes, nearly 200,000 sf of retail and restaurant space and 415,000 sf of medical office space.

The Star ($1 billion):

A 91-acre project anchored by the Dallas Cowboys world headquarters, 12,000-seat events center and training facility. The Star will include 1.7 million sf plus two hotels totaling 480 rooms and 4,500 potential jobs created.

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