Frisco Station to develop third Class A office building in January

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The Offices Three is the third Class A office development in Frisco Station. (Rendering courtesy VanTrust Real Estate)

The Offices Three is the third Class A office development in Frisco Station. (Rendering courtesy VanTrust Real Estate)

Frisco will get another 210,000 square feet of office space as development for The Offices Three at Frisco Station, a Class A speculative office building, begins this month.

The six-story, mid-rise office tower is slated to be completed in 2021, according to a news release. It will be located at the southeast corner of Cowboys Way and Hickman Road.


“With the job growth and office demand in North Texas, the projections for leasing are excellent,” said Bill Baumgardner, executive vice president of Dallas for VanTrust Real Estate, in the release. “Also, wellness and technology amenities in new, collaborative office spaces are key to companies’ talent acquisition and retention strategies, and this site will offer a premier environment for a healthy, smart and engaging work experience.”

The Offices Three will follow The Offices One, which opened in December 2017 and is 98% leased, and The Offices Two, which is nearly complete and 35% leased with Keurig Dr Pepper as its largest tenant, per the release.

The new building will offer structured parking, a fitness center, a conference center and a tenant lounge, per the lease.


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