Corporate Sites & Lifestyle Centers

Frisco is one of the hottest markets in North Texas with a strong demand for corporate sites and lifestyle centers as well as mixed-use developments to meet the needs of new, expanding, and relocating businesses and to provide a live, work, play, educate and innovate environment all in one location.

Frisco’s successful corporate sites and lifestyle centers are more than just office spaces and buildings. They are pedestrian-friendly, walkable communities that make efficient use of the land and balance vibrant designs and integrated functions with a broad scope of amenities that include health and wellness, retail, dining, and entertainment.

These developments in Frisco come in all sizes, from single and two-story buildings to mega developments set on hundreds of acres, and there’s still plenty of room for new growth.

Here are a few of Frisco's top developments:

Frisco Station

Set on 242 acres in Frisco’s North Platinum Corridor, this $1.8-billion globally recognized and award-winning project was among the first in the U.S. to be built from the ground up with AT&T’s 5G Evolution wireless technology, and it will be among the first cities in the country to be an Uber Elevate hub, with flights taking off from a rooftop vertiport starting in 2023.

Frisco Station continues to expand on its 5-million square feet of Class A office space and offers luxury living with 2,400 urban residences, along with miles of hiking/biking trails, open green space, a large dining, shopping, and entertainment district, as well as its own health and wellness district.

The Star in Frisco

The Star in Frisco is the headquarters and practice facility for the world-famous Dallas Cowboys and was a first-of-its-kind public-private partnership between the Cowboys, the City of Frisco, and Frisco ISD.

Set on a 91-acre campus, The Star blends the best of sports and fandom together with a highly successful mixed-use development, including Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research at The Star, a world of shopping and dining options in The Star District, the 12,000-seat Ford Center at The Star, the Omni Frisco Hotel, and more.

"A-plus real estate in a high-growth area was one of the catalysts for the final decision (to move to Frisco). The Star is one of a kind, and quite possibly irreplaceable. It's actually not smart business to be in the high-rent district if you're running a football team, unless you can build a community around it. And that's what we've done."
Charlotte Jones, Executive Vice President and Chief Brand Officer, Dallas Cowboys


HALL Park’s 162 acres go beyond the expected for a mixed-use office development and provides amenities that include modern art, green gathering spaces, a fitness center, and fine dining. The 17-building office park offers more than 2.5-million square feet of office space and is in the process of expanding into residential living with planned high-rise condos and apartment living under construction. Hall Park also features the largest public art display in Texas.

PGA of America

Frisco will be the new headquarters of PGA of America in 2022. In addition to the PGA’s offices, the 660-acres in Frisco’s North Platinum Corridor will feature two 18-hole championship courses, a nine-hole executive short course, a 500+-room Omni resort with a 127,000-square-foot conference center, retail village, and parks and trails. The economic impact of the $520-million project could top $2.5 billion over the next 20 years.  

"Relocating our organization to Frisco is a huge opportunity for us. The multicultural population, the superhub airport, along with the city, community and private organizations that have come alongside us during this process, will allow us to continue and expand our focus on the diversity of our staff and membership. The availability of highly educated and skilled potential talent was a huge plus in selecting Frisco. It is an exciting time to be part of the PGA of America."
Sandy Cross, Chief People Officer, PGA of America

The Gate

The Gate

This $700-million luxurious mixed-use development is set on a 41-acre campus and features 900,000 square feet of Class A office space over three buildings, a 225-room hotel, two high-rise condo towers, and room for 100,000 square feet of restaurants and retail.


Located on the southwest corner of U.S. Highway 380 and Preston Road, Fields, a 2,544-acre mixed use development, is a project of Hunt Realty Investments and Karahan Companies. Development is expected to begin in 2021.

Frisco Fresh Market

The 70,000-square-foot farmers market features indoor and outdoor mixed usage, as well as three hotels, and 600 multi-family residential units, along with a beer garden, retail, restaurants, and live entertainment.

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