Here are 12 businesses that have opened, are coming soon or have seen updates in north Frisco.

Now open

1. Beyond Pilates

The new location offers Pilates classes as well as an in-store athletic-wear boutique featuring Lululemon and other brands, wellness coaching, and nutrition coaching, owner Beth Crain said in an email.2. BojanglesThe fast food restaurant is known for serving Southern staples, such as biscuits, chicken and iced tea, as well as breakfast until 2 p.m.3. Industrious Frisco

The business offers personal training, instructor-led workouts, classes and other fitness services, according to its website. The rebranding process also included facility renovations, such as bringing in new equipment and painting the space.4. Puff Love

The store sells vaporizers and accessories, such as e-liquids, modification, coils and more. Puff Love also sells hookah, hookah accessories and CBD products.5. Thai Spice

The restaurant serves panang beef, tom kha noodle soup, catfish, dim sum, tofu lo mein and more, according to its website. Diners can order house cocktails; spirits; sake; beer; wine; and desserts, such as ice cream, cheesecake and sticky rice.6. The Texas Chess Center

The chess academy offers group classes, spring and summer camps, private lessons, school programs, and tournaments, according to its website. New or experienced players can join, according to the Texas Chess Center’s website.7. Scooter’s Coffee

The drive-thru coffee shop serves hot drinks, such as coffee, lattes, hot chocolate and more, along with iced drinks and smoothies.Coming soon

8. Big Blue Swim School

The facility is approximately 10,000 square feet, according to a news release from the company. Swim lessons are available for children ages 3 months-12 years old.In the news

9. Barre3

The fitness center has been in business for 10 years in Frisco. The business offers a full-body workout that integrates strength, cardio and mindfulness. It opened Feb. 17, 2014, and will celebrate its 10th anniversary Feb. 17, 2024.10. The Picklr

Franchisee Ryan Barker said 15 indoor pickleball clubs are planned for North Texas cities. The club will offer day passes as well as all-inclusive memberships that will give members access to club programs, clinics and more.11. PNC Bank

The bank announced 17 new branches are planned to open in the North Texas area by 2028, according to a Feb. 14 news release. The Pennsylvania-based bank is investing about $1 billion in opening more than 100 new branches across the U.S. and renovating more than 1,200 existing locations through 2028.12. Habitat for Humanity of Collin County

The organization’s CEO, Celeste Cox, announced her retirement from the position, according to a Feb. 14 news release. Cox served the organization for more than 20 years. The board of directors named the board Vice Chair Sam Lawrence as the new CEO, according to the release.

Editor's note: This story has been updated to amend an opening date. Big Blue Swim School is set to open March 11 at its 1644 FM 423 location.