Some Frisco City Council members saw Hall Park’s progress in person during a May 21 hard hat tour of three soon-to-be-completed buildings.

The three buildings include a Class AAA office tower, a 193-key hotel and a 19-story residential tower encompassing 30 corporate residential suites and a food hall surrounding the incoming Kaleidoscope Park, are valued at $500 million altogether.

The projects represent the first phase of a larger $7 billion, 20-year master plan to redevelop the office park.

How we got here

The land where Hall Park now stands was first purchased by Hall Group chair and founder Craig Hall in the late 1980s.
  • 17 Hall Park buildings were built and leased out from 1997-2017.
    • Two of those buildings would be demolished in 2020 to make room for the incoming projects laid out in Hall Park’s master plan, which was announced in 2018.
  • Construction on Phase 1 of the $7 billion redeveloped office park, the three towers toured by council members May 31, began in October 2021.
  • Updated plans and a name reveal were announced for Kaleidoscope Park in November 2022.
  • The three towers celebrated topping out, a commemoration of installing the last beams in a building's roof, more than five months ago in December.
Going forward

Construction on the residential tower is slated to finish in the fall while the other two are slated for 2024.

Editors Note: This story has been updated. One tower will be completed this fall with the others in 2024.