Health And Wellness Campus Planned for $1.8 Billion Frisco Station Project
Dallas -based developer Cambridge Holdings is working on the new health-centered project as part of the 242-acre mixed-use development on the Dallas North Tollway in Frisco .
Frisco Station already includes offices, apartments and hotel buildings. It’s next door to the Dallas Cowboys’ headquarters and the Star in Frisco complex.
“Cambridge is excited to bring healthcare and the health and wellness component to life at Frisco Station ,” Jean-Claude Saada , Cambridge chairman and CEO, said in a statement. “Our mindful, healthy development principles focused on sustainability and convenient access to fresh food, open space, daily activity and community engagement make the healthy choice the easy choice for people who live, work, and visit.
“We think these concepts will be embraced in a community like Frisco that is already focused on addressing the total wellbeing of the community and individuals.”
Cambridge is a national healthcare, commercial office and mixed-use real estate developer.
A 35-acre medical campus was always a part of plans for Frisco Station , which has been under construction since 2016.
Frisco Station is a project of the Rudman Partnership , Hillwood and VanTrust Real Estate .
So far construction in the development includes 650,000 square feet of office space, 955 units of multifamily housing and 450 hotel rooms.
Frisco Station’s long-range plan includes 2,400 residential urban living units, a 55-acre corporate campus, a retail and entertainment district and 3 million square feet office space.
“With Cambridge joining our team, we are reaching the full potential of Frisco Station ,” Trey Sibley , general manager of The Rudman Partnership said in a statement. “As a well-known powerhouse, Cambridge brings the most innovative approaches to health and wellness-related development.”
Cambridge is also building a health-focused mixed-use development project in Nashville .
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