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Dallas Developers: Go Mixed-Use in 2019 or Go Home As Dallas Adds Thousands of New Residents Develo

When Dallas developer Craig Hall acquired a big parcel of land off a deeply rutted dirt road in Frisco in the late 1980s, he envisioned a place where he could build an upscale office park. Today, it's the fastest-growing city in the country -- and a symbol of the transformation of North Texas. StartFragment But at the time, not many people even bothered showing up to Hall's grand opening affair of the new park. Frisco, which only had about 6,000 residents at the time, was one of the last places envisioned for such an office park. Now, nearly three decades later, Hall is once again looking to transform this little piece of North Texas into something greater. Show Full Story Hall Park, a 162-

JPMorgan Chase files plans to extend Legacy West campus

About a year after wrapping up the first phase of its 1 million-square-foot regional office project at Legacy West, JPMorgan Chase & Co. plans to expand its campus. According to a report from the Dallas Morning News, JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) filed preliminary plans for the hub's second phase with Plano's planning and zoning department. Show Full Story The latest plans for the site propose a 7-story, 1,900-space parking garage, the Morning News reported. The current campus is served by two parking garages for three existing office buildings, and constructing a parking garage will free up space for JPMorgan to develop more office space, the Morning News said. Early renderings of JPMorgan's P

Frisco's tallest new tower tops out construction

Construction has topped out on Frisco's tallest new building. The 25-story SkyHouse Frisco Station apartment tower is being built on the west side of the Dallas North Tollway north of Warren Parkway. The 332-unit, luxury rental community will open in September 2019. It's a project of Novare Group, Batson-Cook Development Co. and Stockbridge Capital Group and started construction in February. Show Full Story The high-rise is part of the $1.5 billion Frisco Station mixed-use development. "SkyHouse Frisco Station is on schedule, and we are pleased to be that much closer to offering residents the opportunity to be among the first to live in this unique building centrally located in the Hub, the

Apple is spending $1 billion on a new campus in Austin

New Delhi (CNN Business)Apple is putting more detail on its plan to create 20,000 jobs in the United States over the next five years. StartFragment The company said Thursday it will spend $1 billion to build a new campus in Austin, Texas. The city is already home to one Apple (AAPL) campus, a sprawling facility with 6,200 employees that is the company's largest outside its headquarters in Cupertino, California. [if lte IE 9]><![endif] StartFragment Apple's new Austin campus will be less than a mile from the existing one and will be spread across 133 acres, the company said in a statement. It is expected to make Apple the city's largest employer, with a workforce of 5,000 employees and the ca

Amazon taps Fort Worth's Alliance Airport for regional hub, hundreds of jobs

Amazon will open a regional air hub at the Fort Worth Alliance Airport, creating hundreds of new jobs with the first airport project of its kind in the Amazon Air network, the company announced Tuesday. The new facility will be tailored specifically to Amazon Air’s larger-scale regional needs. Unlike other gateways and facilities within Amazon Air’s network, the regional air hub will include sortation capabilities and infrastructure to handle multiple flights daily, the Seattle-based company said. Construction has already begun on the new facility. The hub is projected to be operational in 2019 and will include daily flights. Show Full Story “We are excited to build a brand new facility fro

Dallas Suburb Looks to Strike Again While the Headquarters Iron Is Hot After Landing PGA Headquarte

With PGA of America planning to bring its corporate headquarters to Frisco, Texas, one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, officials and real estate developers are gearing up to transform the Texas community into yet another magnet for corporations. The team behind the public-private partnership key in wooing PGA is hoping that a proposed 2,500-acre master-planned, mixed-use development called Fields – in a city that had been pitched unsuccessfully as a possible site for Amazon’s second headquarters – will lure companies with the help of two new championship golf courses. Already known for its deal-making savvy with major sports teams, Frisco wants to leverage its rapid growt

PGA of America to Relocate Headquarters to Dallas Suburb From Florida Plans Include Two Championship

PGA of America, a sports organization with about 29,000 golf professionals, plans to relocate its headquarters from Florida to a proposed 600-acre development in the Dallas suburb of Frisco, Texas . The move follows approval Tuesday of a public-private partnership with the city of Frisco, land owner Hunt Realty Investments and other stakeholders. The proposed relocation, rumors of which began appearing in golf publications in March, is the culmination of a year-and-a-half real estate search by PGA, which is currently based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, a northern suburb of West Palm Beach. Show Full Story PGA said in May 2017 it began searching for markets interested in developing a new h

PGA of America HQ to anchor 600-acre mixed-use development in Frisco

It's official: The PGA of America will relocate from its longtime home in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., to Frisco, after a vote from Frisco City Council today approved a massive real estate and golf development. The golf professionals organization has agreed to move its headquarters as part of a public-private partnership with the City of Frisco, according to a release from the PGA of America. As part of the move, the organization will anchor a 600-acre mixed-used development among 2,500 acres being master-planned by Hunt Realty Investments. Show Full Story The agreement means that championship-level golf will be heading to the region. Frisco will host two PGA Championships, two KPMG Women’s PGA

UPDATED: PGA of America could move headquarters to Fields property in Frisco

Updated 9:20 a.m., Dec. 3 Frisco will vote to bring the Professional Golfers’ Association of America headquarters to North Texas, according to meeting agendas for Dec. 4. “The PGA of America is pursuing an agreement for a transformational headquarters in Frisco,” a PGA spokesperson said in an email. “Until the process is complete, we will have no further comment.” The Karahan Companies President Fehmi Karahan confirmed in an email that the PGA is considering moving to the Fields property, a 2,544-acre land parcel in North Frisco. Karahan said the location is not a done deal until the agreement is approved by city government entities and the PGA board of directors. Show Full Story The agenda

PGA of America to relocate national headquarters to Frisco, sources say

The PGA of America's move from West Palm Beach means major championship golf will return to North Texas for the first time in more than 50 years. FRISCO, Texas - The PGA of America will relocate its national headquarters to Frisco, with the deal for the move becoming official next week, sources tell WFAA Sports. The move also means major championship golf will return to North Texas for the first time in more than 50 years. A vote to approve the public/private partnership will be on the agenda for the Frisco City Council meeting on Tuesday. Sources tell Joe Trahan of WFAA Sports there is enough support among council members to give the project the go ahead. Show Full Story PGA officials wer

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