Frisco Gives Approval for Million Square Foot Office Park
The Frisco City Council passed a master development agreement for an office park called SouthStone Yards. It will offer 1.1 million square feet of space across four buildings. The agreement also includes the Frisco Economic Development Corp. (FEDC) and the Frisco Community Development Corp.
Crow Holdings is shepherding the project through the permitting process. SouthStone Yards will be completed in four phases. The first two phases will each feature a 230,000 square-foot, seven-story office building with an accompanying parking structure. The next two phases will feature a 325,000 square foot, 10-story building, also with a parking structure.
Gloria Salinas, with the FEDC, says it’s needed to cover for the huge amount of interest for office space, “This project will bring much-needed office space to help our very full pipeline of prospects.” The first building is slated to open in December 2024, the last building by 2030.
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