On the Horizon
Frisco, Texas is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Looking ahead, there are numerous projects currently under construction and in the works including new hotels, attractions, as well as shopping and dining options for residents and visitors. View details for these projects below.
Fueled by a child’s natural desire to create, explore and collaborate, KidZania is equal parts entertainment and learning, making it one of the most progressive family entertainment concepts in the world today. At KidZania, children ages 2 to 14 have the opportunity of having adult-like experiences while assuming the role of firemen, construction workers, police officers, and fashion designers, among others. Through ultrarealistic role-play, children learn about different careers, the inner-workings of a city and the concept of managing money. Each experience is designed to empower kids, giving them the confidence to be their best selves, and inspiration to be great global citizens. KidZania is slated to make its US debut here in Frisco in fall 2019.
Newcrestimage To Develop “Lifestyle Hotel Campus” At Frisco Station
NewcrestImage is launching an ambitious and innovative 4-brand, 600-room “lifestyle hotel campus” at Frisco Station, a 242-acre, mixed-use development located in the northwest quadrant of the Dallas North Tollway and Warren Parkway in Frisco, Texas. The campus will include a dual- brand AC Hotel and Residence Inn, both by Marriott, featuring about 300 rooms plus a Canopy by Hilton and a Hyatt Place, each featuring about 150 rooms. Construction on the hotels will take place in two phases, with two hotels, the AC and Residence, opening in June 2019, and the Canopy, opening in February 2020. The Hyatt Place is scheduled to break ground after the AC and Residence open.
Frisco Station will be a new-urban development designed from top to bottom to enhance the well-being of all who visit, live and work there. The entire project covers over 242 acres, anticipates a future resident population of just over 3,400 people, will offer 9 acres of green and open space, will be next door to Ford Center at The Star and will have a daytime employment population of just over 14,000 people.
Hyatt Regency at Stonebriar Centre
Construction has kicked off on one of the largest new hotel projects in Frisco. The 18-story, 303 room hotel project will be connected Stonebriar Centre mall and will feature a 54,585-square-foot conference center, including a grand ballroom, junior ballroom and additional event spaces. The Hyatt Regency will also include an 800-space parking garage and a 3,000-square-foot Frisco public library.
PGA Of America & Omni Resort
The PGA of America is moving its headquarters from Palm Beach County, Florida to Frisco, where it will anchor a 600-acre, mixed-use development with an initial investment worth more than half a billion dollars. This groundbreaking agreement is estimated to have an economic impact of more than $2.5 billion over the next 20 years based on a city commissioned tourism feasibility study. The study considered the economics of golf course activities, including tournaments, plus the additional impact from the new conference center. Two championship golf courses, a short course, and practice areas totaling 45 holes; a clubhouse; Class AA office space; a 500-room Omni resort and 127,000-square-foot conference center; a technologically advanced retail village; parks and open space plus several miles of trails, will complement this unique, signature development.
Marriott Property at Frisco Market Center
A Marriott property has been announced for Frisco Market Center, the shopping and entertainment district located just west of the North Dallas Tollway at Main Street. The property will have 148 rooms and is expected to open in 2020.
Tru By Hilton
The Tru Hotel project is located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Parkwood Boulevard and Ikea Drive, between the IKEA store and the Stonebriar Centre. The hotel building will be five stories with a height of 64 feet and a gross area of 53,400 square feet. There will be 118 guest rooms and parking for 118 vehicles.
The 77-acre Lesso America development on U.S. Highway 380 will include a half million-square-foot shopping mall, a wholesale trade mart and high-rise office, hotel and some 1,200 apartments just west of the Dallas North Tollway.