By Steve Brown
Developers of the $1.8 billion Frisco Station mixed-use project are making plans for their largest building yet.
The 242-acre Frisco Station, at John Hickman Parkway and the Dallas North Tollway in Frisco, is a development of VanTrust Real Estate, Hillwood and the Rudman Family Partnership.
So far, construction has included three office buildings, three hotels and three rental communities.
Now VanTrust Real Estate is making plans for a fourth office building that would be 10 stories tall, according to planning documents filed with the state.
Designed by BOKA Powell architects of Dallas, the 265,650-square-foot Tower One at Frisco Station would include a five-story parking garage.
Construction would start this summer.
VanTrust Real Estate just finished its third office building at Frisco Station, a 210,000-square-foot, six-story, speculative structure north of Warren Parkway.
More than 5 million square feet of offices are planned for Frisco Station, where future employment is estimated at 15,000.
Frisco Station partner Hillwood also recently filed plans for its third apartment project in the development.
Hillwood has already built two rental communities with more than 600 apartments in Frisco Station. They are just north of the Dallas Cowboys headquarters and Ford Stadium.
Now Hillwood is working on plans for 303 more apartments at Frisco Station, according to planning documents filed with the state. The project would start later this year on John Hickman Parkway west of the tollway.
As the area recovers from the pandemic, office developers are dusting off plans for new buildings.
Trammell Crow Co. plans to break ground later this year on a 25-story office tower in Plano’s Legacy business park near the tollway, state documents show.