Check out four of Frisco’s incoming or proposed projects with multifamily components.

Coming soon

1. Firefly Park

Project: Firefly Park is a long-awaited north Frisco development. Located alongside PGA Parkway and Dallas Parkway, the mixed-use project will feature a 45-acre park as well as 230 townhomes, and 1,970 mid- and high-rise residential units.

Update: A groundbreaking ceremony for the development is scheduled for June 27.

In the works

2. Zarky Development

Project: Located just north of the city’s proposed Grand Park site, this mixed-use project will include a total of 1,039 units spread across three multifamily buildings. The project’s name refers to its owners, Zarky Development.

Update: Site details for the over 90-acre development, which includes right-of-way dedications, were approved by Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission members on June 11. The project is expected to be discussed by commission members again before it is considered by Frisco City Council.

3. Alexan Frisco

Project: The Alexan Frisco is a development expected to move into Frisco’s Brinkmann Ranch, a historic ranch land site at Eldorado Parkway and Coit Road. Plans for the development include eight multifamily buildings. Each building should hold between 36-50 units, according to project plans.

Update: Planning and zoning commission members approved the project’s layout during a May 28 meeting. It is expected to be discussed again before it is considered by Frisco City Council members.

4. The Mix

Project: The Mix is a mixed-use development that will include 3,299 multifamily residential units once built. The land is best known as the failed Wade Park site, which left behind a large hole intended to be an underground parking garage.

Update: Despite plans being approved by Frisco City Council members in September, no progress has been made, and a construction start date has not been set. Mayor Jeff Cheney said during a June 3 town hall that city staff and developers are negotiating a construction incentive, and the project should break ground before the end of 2024.