The high-rise, located within the 242-acre Frisco Station development, is being developed by Novare Group and BCDC. The building will include studio units as well as one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.
The amenities will include a 24-hour gym, a dog spa, controlled-access entry, a parking garage, a business center with a coffee bar and a conference room with an Apple TV. The Sky Deck on the 25th floor will include a pool, an outdoor kitchen, fireplaces, lounge seating, TVs, a pool table and shuffleboard.
In January the Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission approved a request to reduce the parking ratio for SkyHouse. The reduced parking ratio would mean 21 fewer parking spaces than what is typically allowed in the city's development standards.
Station House, a 300-unit urban living community, is also under construction at Frisco Station. The project will be four stories and feature apartment homes with energy-efficient, stainless steel appliances and LED lighting. There will also be a parking garage available.
Upon completion Frisco Station is expected to have up to 2,400 residential units.