The developers behind Frisco Station are launching a new district within the mixed-use development that will include up to five new office buildings, according to a news release.

In a nutshell

The Towers at Frisco Station will span about 34 acres and includes plans for a Class AA speculative office building, an upscale hotel, a national retailer and at least four fine-dining options, according to the news release. Developers are planning for up to five new office buildings totaling 3 million square feet within the district.

“The Towers at Frisco Station represents the ultimate vision for Frisco’s Dallas North Tollway corridor,” VanTrust Executive Vice President Bill Baumgardner said in a statement. “It will provide Frisco Station with a bustling mixed-use district comprised of best-in-class high-rise office space, unique entertainment venues, high-end hospitality options and the very best in fine dining. We believe it will enable Frisco Station to set the standard for the flexible, amenity-driven office destinations that today’s employers require.”

Frisco Station’s first entertainment venue, a pickleball and sports simulators venue, will be located within the district and is in the preconstruction phase, according to the news release.

Zooming out

Frisco Station spans 242 acres west of the tollway. The development features four urban living communities, including The Casey, which opened in January; three hotels; and three office buildings.

Upon build-out, the development will feature 2,400 apartment units, a 55-acre corporate campus, a 30-acre park and trail system integrated throughout, and more.

The development is being led by the Frisco Station Partnership made up of The Rudman Partnership, Hillwood and VanTrust Real Estate, according to Frisco Station’s website.

Quote of note

“With the addition of The Towers, Frisco Station is expected to see a growing amount of daytime traffic, continuing to provide Frisco with a one-of-a-kind, holistic development that encourages a smart, creative and healthy lifestyle,” said Robert Folzenlogen, senior vice president of strategic development and innovation at Hillwood, in a statement. “The office program at Frisco Station remains strong, and The Towers district gives our office users and multifamily residents great walkability to all the area offers once their workday is complete.”