The company will be located in Phase IV of The Star at 13 Cowboys Way and expects to move into the building in mid-to-late 2023, according to a company spokesperson.
“Expanding our presence in Texas is a strategic move for Boingo,” Boingo CEO Mike Finley said. “We already have long-established partners and employees in the state and opening a new office in Frisco supports our company’s vision and our ability to attract and retain top talent.”
Gov. Greg Abbott in a press release said the project will create nearly 250 new jobs and generate approximately $1.5 million in capital investment. The state extended a business incentive grant of $517,400 to Boingo.
“With more corporate relocation and expansion projects than any other state, Texas remains the premier destination for companies looking to unleash their full economic potential,” Abbott said in the press release. “Boingo's new office location in Frisco will bring more good-paying jobs and brighter opportunities for hardworking Texans in our state's growing tech industry. I look forward to an ongoing partnership with the company as they prepare to relocate the company's headquarters to North Texas.”
Earlier this year, the Omni PGA Frisco Resort selected Boingo Wireless to design, deploy and manage a 5G and LTE cellular network at the 660-acre luxury golf resort. The company currently employs 30 employees in Texas and will continue to maintain regional hubs in Los Angeles—where its headquarters is currently located—as well as New York, Chicago and Las Vegas even after the corporate headquarters is relocated to Frisco.