1. Brookhaven Church
This approximately 30,000-square-foot church, located at 6101 Stacy Road, McKinney, is expected to be complete in June. The church will have a 16,800-square-foot day care center with a playground, outdoor sports court and splash pad. The sanctuary will have 360 seats in the first phase of construction with an additional 120 seats planned. Other features include a cafe, baptistery, welcome center and dual check-in stations for day care and the children’s ministry.
2. Southgate McKinney
Formerly known as the Gateway development, this mixed-use development is located at the SH 121 and US 75 interchange in McKinney. The development includes office space; boutique office space atop retail space; multifamily residential; and outdoor space, including a stage area, according to McKinney officials. Developer KDC is marketing the site for build-to-suit office users. The groundbreaking for this development is dependent on finding a corporation to custom-develop at Southgate McKinney. After office construction begins, the developer will begin to add retail and residential components.
3. Playful Corp.
Independent game studio Playful Corp. broke ground on its development Aug. 28 at the southeast corner of Davis Street and Tennessee Street. Playful will lease a minimum of 45,000 square feet in a 9-acre development and move its employees to McKinney over the next five years. The parking lot associated with the building will also be used as additional downtown parking during non-working hours. This development is expected to be complete by summer.
4. Victory at Stonebridge
This 12-acre, multiuse development at the southeast corner of US 380 and Stonebridge Drive includes three retail buildings, one medical building, one two-story office building and a Valero fuel station. Retail tenants include Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, Gideon Learning Center, E.J. Wills and McKinney Coffee Co. Construction on two of the retail buildings is complete, and the third retail building is expected to be complete in April-June. Construction on the medical and office buildings expect to begin in early 2018.
5. 380 Commons at Headington Heights
This development at the northeast corner of Hardin Boulevard and US 380 will be home to Costco, Petco, Hobby Lobby and T.J. Maxx, among other big-box retailers. The Costco building will be 150,000 square feet with more than 700 parking spaces and a members-only fuel station. A timeline for the Costco project has not been released, but it takes about 100 days to open a store once it begins construction, said Wanda Jorgenson, administrative assistant in Costco’s real estate department.
The 2,500-acre, mixed-use development is located in the northeast sector of McKinney spanning from Lake Forest Drive to US 75 near the future intersection of Laud Howell Parkway and Hardin Boulevard. Honeycreek will be built in phases and include single-family residential units, and commercial and retail developments. The first phase built will include 1,500 single-family homes, multiple parks and 500 square feet of retail and commercial units. This phase is expected to be complete in 2019.