05 April . 2016
Welcome to Hollyhock – grand opening Late Summer 2016
Hollyhock is a new 422-acre community located at U.S. Highway 380 and FM 423 in Frisco, one of the fastest-growing and most desirable locales within the DFW Metroplex. This unparalleled location is approximately 1.5 miles west of the North Dallas Tollway, and is served by the highly regarded Frisco Independent School District.
Grand opening in Late Summer 2016, Hollyhock will be a masterful blend of new homes offered by a carefully selected team of leading homebuilders, along with abundant recreational opportunities both inside and adjacent to the community.
Hollyhock is planned for approximately 836 new homes in a variety of styles and price ranges.
The first phase will feature Drees Homes, David Weekley Homes, Scott Felder Homes, Coventry Homes and Highland Homes. Prices in the first phase will range from the mid-$400’s to $600’s. A total of 5 fully furnished model homes will be showcased at the grand opening.
The first phase of the first community center in Hollyhock is planned to open soon after the model home grand opening, in Fall 2016. Highlights will include a resort-style swimming pool with a beach entry, lap lanes, a lounging shelf, cabanas and a children’s splash pad.
The clubhouse building will include a fitness center, meeting and gathering space for resident clubs and events, a party-prep kitchen and restrooms.
Outside, the community center will have a covered patio space with an outdoor fireplace and barbecue grills. Additional amenities will include a playgroundand event lawn.
This community center will be the first of many recreational amenities planned for Hollyhock. The community will also offer its residents a 5.5-mile trail system, which will connect with an adjacent 114-acre regional park offering miles of trails for mountain biking, hiking and running.
Hollyhock will also offer three major community parks with open green space areas, shade structures and playgrounds. A variety of additional pocket parks will be nestled into the neighborhoods.
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