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.

HALL Park Redevelopment

Hall Park, a 162-acre office park, is undergoing a $7 billion plan to redevelop the district over the next 20 years. Redevelopment plans include a performing arts center, new office tower, HALL Park Hotel, 19-story luxury residential tower (The Monarch), and a food hall. A new community park, Kaleidescope Park, will feature a children’s area, dog park, event lawn, and performance pavilion. The park and hotel are expected to open in 2024.

Universal Kids Resort

Universal Destinations & Experiences broke ground in 2023 on Universal Kids Resort – the company’s first-ever theme park designed specifically for families with young children. Located in Frisco, Texas, this imaginative, original resort brings the company’s innovative style of storytelling to a new, younger audience. 

Fields Frisco

Located on the southwest corner of U.S. Highway 380 and Preston Road, Fields, a 2,544-acre mixed use development, is a project of Hunt Realty Investments and Karahan Companies. Development began in 2021.

The Link

The Link is a $1 billion, 240-acre mixed-use addition to PGA Frisco. It will include a mix of Class A office, destination retail, luxury residential, dynamic entertainment, boutique hospitality and sports-focused wellness uses. The project's first phase broke ground in 2023.

The Gate

This $700-million luxurious mixed-use development is set on a 41-acre campus and features 900,000 square feet of Class A office space over three buildings, a 225-room hotel, two high-rise condo towers, and room for 100,000 square feet of restaurants and retail.

Dallas Open

A unique partnership between GF Sports & Entertainment and the Dallas Cowboys will bring the franchise known worldwide for football into the realm of professional tennis. With its recently announced upgrade to an ATP 500-level tournament, the Dallas Open will bring pro tennis players from around the world to Ford Center at The Star in Frisco - the Dallas Cowboys World Corporate Headquarters and Training Facility, starting in 2025.