12 March . 2019
ICYMI: 5 great things that have just happened in Frisco
When your list of honors includes being Money magazine’s No. 1 Best Place to Live in the U.S., great things can happen rather fast. To make sure you don’t miss a thing, here are 5 recent announcements that we found very exciting.
PGA comes to Frisco. The PGA of America is moving its U.S. headquarters to a 600-acre mixed-use development in Frisco that will border Hollyhock. Development has already begun on two championship golf courses and practice facilities. This vibrant development will also include a resort and conference center, miles of trails and a thriving retail component. The PGA will also partner with Frisco ISD to offer youth golf programs.
Frisco Entertainment Center. Soon after the PGA made its exciting announcement, Stillwater Capital revealed plans for the Frisco Entertainment Center, a 250-acre mixed-use campus that will have unobstructed views of the PGA’s Championship Course. Within walking distance of the planned Omni Frisco Resort Hotel & Conference Center, it will offer a dynamic mix of retail, office, hospitality and entertainment uses.
Keurig Dr Pepper relocating to Frisco. Keurig Dr Pepper recently announced plans to join the growing number of companies with corporate headquarters in Frisco. Keurig Dr Pepper will move into a 350,000-square-foot build-to-suit office building in The Star In Frisco, home to the Dallas Cowboys and Frisco ISD’s high school football program. This major relocation illustrates how Frisco has "site selection mojo" according to one magazine.
First-of-its-kind movie experience. One of Frisco’s newest entertainment options is the Cut! by Cinemark 10-screen dine-in cinema, located near Hollyhock at U.S. Highway 380 and Dallas North Tollway. Described by Cinemark as the first movie-going experience of its kind in the nation, Frisco’s Cut! offers a bar and lounge area, an outdoor patio with a firepit, and auditoriums with heated reclining seats. Creative menu options include Spicy Korean Wings, Bourbon Bacon Jam Cheeseburgers, and stone-fired pizzas. See inside with this slide show from Dallas Business Journal.
Patios at The Rail. Hollyhock is only a few miles from Frisco’s thriving historic downtown, recently rechristened as the Rail District. The district got even more energized recently with the announcement of The Patios at the Rail, a new redevelopment that will include restaurants, retail shops, rooftop patios, an events center and a new coworking concept. It’s planned to open this fall.
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