Frisco Station is moving the needle on plans to develop its Health and Wellness District.

Executives at the mixed-use development announced a partnership with Cambridge Holdings Incorporated in an Oct. 7 news release.

Cambridge Holdings is a national health care, commercial office and mixed-use real estate firm. The firm will develop health care- and wellness-related projects within Frisco Station, the release said.

The firm has developed dozens of facilities on hospital campuses across North Texas. It is known for its health-focused and mixed-use development in Nashville, Tennessee, called oneC1TY.

“With Cambridge joining our team, we are reaching the full potential of Frisco Station as a globally recognized smart, creative and healthy mixed-use neighborhood,” Trey Sibley, general manager of The Rudman Partnership, said in the release. “We couldn’t be more pleased to have them join us as we execute what’s considered to be the crown jewel of the project—the place where residents and visitors can experience ways to live healthier, more active and longer lives.”

Rudman, Hillwood Development Co. and VanTrust Real Estate have delivered 650,000 square feet of office space, 955 multifamily housing units, 450 hotel rooms and 6 acres of a programmed park system since their Frisco Station partnership launched in 2015, according to the release.

Once Frisco Station is fully built out, the master plan includes 2,400 residential units; a 55-acre corporate campus; a dining, shopping and entertainment district; 3 million square feet of office space; 35 acres of health- and wellness-related projects; and 30 acres of park space.
Frisco Station's Health and Wellness District will be adjacent to The Star. (Courtesy Cambridge Holdings)

The Health and Wellness District will be located in the northwest corner of Frisco Station, adjacent to The Star.

“Our mindful, healthy development principles focused on sustainability and convenient access to fresh food, open space, daily activity and community engagement make the healthy choice the easy choice for people who live, work, and visit,” Cambridge Chair and CEO Jean-Claude Saada said in the release. “We think these concepts will be embraced in a community like Frisco that is already focused on addressing the total wellbeing of the community and individuals.”