Frisco Station Fast Facts – $1 Billion Project Approved by Frisco City Council

In early July Frisco City Council approved the plans for Frisco Station, a $1 billion development that is part of the “$5 Billion Mile.”

The 242 acre mixed-use development will wrap around the new Dallas Cowboys headquarters development “The Star” and will run from Legacy to the Dallas North Toll Road, North of Warren Parkway.

Frisco Station will have an urban feeling combining retail, residential, entertainment, commercial office space, green spaces, and water features.

Fast facts about Frisco Station:

The design for Frisco Station will be managed by Architects RTKL, HKS. BOKA Powell will design the project, and Retail Street Advisors will market the commercial space.

Warren Buffett is rumored to be among the first possible commercial tenants by connecting a few dots.

Berkshire Hathaway Automotive is led by Larry Van Tuyl. The Van Tuyl family’s VanTrust Real Estate stated that construction will start next summer on a 6-story, 200,000-square-foot office building in Frisco Station.

Outside of Buffett, there has been a great deal of interested already expressed by businesses in leasing space at Frisco Station.

The Rudman Family has owned the property that will be come Frisco Station since 1962 and have been waiting for the right time to develop.

The Rudman Partnership includes Hillwood Properties (Chairman, Ross Perot Jr.) and VanTrust Real Estate.

“We’re excited about this project and delighted to be working with Hillwood and VanTrust on this incredible opportunity,” said Trey Sibley, general manager of The Rudman Partnership. “Hillwood’s experience developing large-scale, master-planned projects provides an unequaled level of expertise for the long-range vision we all share for this development, while VanTrust’s expertise in developing Class A office will provide corporate and professional residents with an unmatched, highly-amenitized product offering in the area.”