Development Highlights

Development Highlights


Developers are turning dirt throughout Frisco. Developments include office parks and shopping centers. The following are some development highlights of different commercial projects coming soon.




Development Highlights The third and final phase of the Shops at Starwood has been completed at the southwest corner of Lebanon Road and Dallas North Tollway.[/caption]

1. Shops at Starwood


The third and final phase of the Shops at Starwood has been completed at the southwest corner of Lebanon Road and Dallas North Tollway. Construction on the final phase began in the summer of 2015 and adds nearly 40,000 square feet of space. The expansion adds more than 26,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space and more than 11,000 square feet of executive office space. Space is now available for leasing.



2. Preston Circle Office Park


Phase I  of the office park, located on the northeast corner of John Hickman Parkway and Legendary Drive, is still under construction. The project broke ground Jan. 15, and the completion date of the first phase has yet to be determined. The office park will have a total of 48 office condos.



3. Chapel Creek Commons


The new apartment complex is under construction on 16 acres on the southeast corner of Wade Boulevard and Parkwood Boulevard. The complex will be three stories, with a total of 300 units ranging from studio to three-bedroom apartments. The complex is expected to be complete in May 2017.




Development Highlights A new residential community is under construction at 12381 Privet Lane, Frisco.[/caption]

4. Emory Park


A new residential community is under construction at 12381 Privet Lane, Frisco. Phase 1 is expected to be complete in the summer and will include 45 lots. Phase 2 will be complete in 2018 and will have 59 lots. Nine different floor plans will be available at Emory Park that range from three to six bedrooms.



5. Phillips Creek Ranch Silvertail


Development Highlights A new section of the Phillips Creek Ranch community broke ground in October at the southwest corner of Stonebrook Parkway and FM 423.[/caption]

A new section of the Phillips Creek Ranch community broke ground in October at the southwest corner of Stonebrook Parkway and FM 423. Darling Homes within the Silvertail section will offer luxury home designs on 48 standard lots with home sizes ranging from 2,000 to 3,500 square feet.



6. Ravello Stonebriar


A new residential project at 5225 Town & Country Blvd., Frisco, is under construction. The complex will offer luxury apartments as well as townhomes. Floor plans range from one to three bedrooms. The project will include a parking garage and feature a multitude of amenities. The project is expected to be complete by January 2018.



7. Preston-Stratton


A new residential community is under construction at the southeast corner of US 380 and Preston Road. The multifamily projects will have 350 homes and will be garden-style apartments. The project is expected to be complete in April 2017.




Development Highlights The exterior of the medical offices at the northwest corner of Independence Parkway and SH 121 is completed, and the interior is expected to be complete in November.[/caption]

8. Centennial Professional Centre


The exterior of the medical offices at the northwest corner of Independence Parkway and SH 121 is completed, and the interior is expected to be complete in November. The offices will feature 25,000 square feet of office space for lease. Construction began in 2015.

By Nicole Luna
Nicole Luna is the Senior Reporter for Frisco. She covers development, transportation, education, business and city government. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Spanish from The University of Texas at Arlington and has been with Community Impact Newspaper since June 2015.


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