Frisco High-Rise Project Will Kick Off Later This Month at Hall Park
The 162-acre campus at the Dallas North Tollway and Gaylord Parkway is already the site for more than 2.5 million square feet of offices that house almost 10,000 workers.
A huge new high-rise complex planned on the north side of the campus on Warren Parkway will bring additional offices, luxury residential and hotel space. A $114 million performing arts center and a new park are also part of the latest project.
Developer Hall Group has scheduled an October 28 ground breaking for the complex, which will include buildings of almost 20 floors – the tallest yet for Hall Park .
The development site is just across the street from the Dallas Cowboy’s Star in Frisco sports and mixed-use development.
Hall Group demolished smaller office buildings to provide room for the new cosntruction.
Hall Park added its last office building – a 12-story tower at 3201 Dallas Parkway – in 2018.
Since then developer Craig Hall has obtained zoning to expand Hall Park with millions of square feet of additional office space plus new retail and residential.
When the project started in the early 1990s, it was the first such business campus in Frisco . It’s still the largest bock of office space in the fast-growing Collin County city.
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