9:52 PM Dec 3, 2019 CST

Luxury hotel, condo in the works for The Gate in Frisco

A new luxury hotel and condo is planned for The Gate.

PREVIEW: The Gate luxury hotel, condo up for Frisco city council vote

Frisco City Council will vote on the project Dec. 3.





Frisco City Council votes to purchase conference center, build $18 million parking garage

The PGA of America property is now in Frisco's special taxing district.


Omni Frisco Hotel, The Star architect to design new Frisco Public Library

The city of Frisco approved a $5.4 million agreement.



GALLERY: KidZania holds soft opening in Frisco; grand opening scheduled Nov. 23

KidZania is slated to hold a grand opening Nov. 23.


UNT Board of Regents approves first building construction for Frisco campus

The UNT Board of Regents has approved a construction date for its Frisco campus.


PGA of America golf course, hotel approved by Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission

Development is progressing for the PGA of America headquarters in Frisco.


Slowing sales tax growth contributes to budget changes in Frisco

Sales tax revenue in Frisco is not growing as quickly as it had in previous years. But new development and a new state law could boost revenue.



Frisco ISD's new swimming facility plans for professional development, training spaces

The swimming facility to supplement the Bruce Eubanks Natatorium is targeted to open fall 2021.


FIRST LOOK: Design, vision unveiled for Frisco ISD's 12th high school

Frisco ISD's 12th high school is estimated to open in 2022.





Collin College IT center approved by Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission on second attempt

Open space and site plans for an information technology center at the Collin College Preston Ridge Campus in Frisco were approved by the Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission at an Oct. 22 meeting.


Work begins on PGA development in Frisco to create 'hybrid' golf course

Infrastructure work has begun on the more than 600-acre development where the Professional Golfers' Association of America's headquarters will be located.



Frisco’s first Asian retail center draws visitors, new brands

A first-of-its-kind Asian retail center in Frisco is attracting unique brands and is expected to draw visitors from both in and outside of the city.



Frisco development update: Independence Crossing

The medical and office project by LINC Commercial Realty is expected to break ground in October along SH 121 and Independence Parkway intersection. More than half the building will be for medical and office space and the rest will be for retail. The second phase of the development will include the construction of an event venue. The development could be completed as early as October 2020.


Frisco Station office space, furniture warehouse approved by planning and zoning commission

Office space, a warehouse building and a child care facility were approved by the Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission at an Oct. 8 meeting.


Frisco ISD board approves name for district's 11th high school

Frisco ISD’s 11th high school will be named Emerson High School. 


The Grove Frisco townhomes, multifamily, retail approved by planning and zoning commission

Rezoning for patio homes, townhomes, multifamily units and retail was approved for The Grove Frisco development by the Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission.



JUST IN: Texas Central signs design-build contract with civil engineering firm Salini Impregilo

Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify the difference between Texas Central's Sept. 13 announcement about a design-build contract with Salini Impregilo and an October 2018 announcement about a limited-notice-to-proceed agreement with Salini Impregilo.