A new assisted living facility is coming to Frisco.

Frisco City Council members unanimously approved an ordinance granting a specific use permit for an assisted living and nursing or convalescent home during an Oct. 17 meeting.

The assisted living home will also be used as a memory care facility on approximately 3 acres on the south side of Printers Way and east of Legacy Parkway, according to meeting documents.

The details

Plans for the facility were unanimously approved with a 5-0 vote, as Commissioner Sean Merrel recused himself, at an Aug. 22 Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission meeting before council’s unanimous Sept. 19 approval.

Council’s Oct. 17 approval was to officially update the zoning ordinance and grant the facility’s specific use permit on the property, according to meeting documents.

Once built, the facility will provide:
  • 61 assisted living units
  • 27 memory care housing units
  • A nearly 10,000-square-foot outdoor area

Stay tuned

The incoming facility, located just north of Frisco’s Legacy Drive H-E-B, will join a handful of other memory care and assisted living-focused facilities in the city.

More details are expected to be revealed once facility construction begins.