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01 September . 2016

See what $5 billion worth of fun looks like with Frisco’s #5BMILE

Not many cities can brag about a mile-long stretch of prime roadway with over $5 billion worth of shopping, dining, entertainment, healthcare and wellness, and more on the way, but Frisco can.

Located just a few miles from Hollyhock, the $5 Billion Mile is a one-mile portion of the Dallas North Tollway, from Warren Parkway to Lebanon Road.

Four major mixed-use developments represent a total of $5.4 billion in investment, adding to Frisco’s already stellar reputation for economic growth and world-class shopping and dining.

Best of all, the $5 Billion Mile is already well on its way to becoming reality, with major portions of two developments already open and offering everything from shopping for high fashion and organic food, to enjoying movies, bowling and fine dining.

Here’s a quick guide to the $5 Billion Mile for Hollyhock residents.

The Star in Frisco

The Star is home to the world headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, offering fans a chance to look inside the entire operation of “America’s Team,” from its corporate offices to its training facility. This dynamic 91-acre mixed-use development also includes the Ford Center, a 12,000-seat indoor football stadium that hosts everything from concerts to Frisco ISD home games.

The Star also includes an entertainment district lined with restaurants and shops, an Omni hotel, a medical center and more. The Cowboys Club is a first-of-its-kind private members club with multiple bars and dining options, including a patio and rooftop pool, all overlooking the Cowboys practice fields.

Wade Park

Wade Park is a major mixed-use destination center planned for 175 acres of retail, dining, entertainment, and hotels to create an upscale urban experience. Opened in spring 2016, the first phase offers a 45,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market, plus i{Pic Theaters and Pinstripes, a sophisticated bowling and event space.

Wade Park offers an energetic urban vibe with a village format, yet it maintains a tranquil feeling with lush landscaping, large-scale water features and artist-designed streetscapes. With 6 million square feet of Class A office space also planned, Wade Park will add to Frisco’s thriving workforce and economy. A boutique hotel and luxury hotel will offer 500 rooms.

Frisco Station

Frisco Station will be an exciting 242-acre new-urban destination with shopping, dining, recreation and office space, all unified by a unique wellness program that combines healthy living design principles with medically based wellness activities.

A picturesque creek flows through the heart of Frisco Station, connecting stores, restaurants, parks and other attractions. This green spine will offer year ‘round outdoor venues for public art displays, concerts, group fitness classes, culinary and wine events, festivals and more.

Frisco Station is also envisioned for 6 million square feet of Class A office space. The master developer is Hillwood Properties, developer of the 18,000-acre AllianceTexas project.

The Gate

The Gate in Frisco will be true to its name, providing a gateway to the bustling Dallas North Tollway corridor in Frisco. Envisioned as a refreshing place to live, work and play, The Gate will offer destination shopping and dining experiences within a walkable environment, along with Class A office space and a luxury boutique hotel. Development of the first phase is expected to begin in late 2016.