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Inside this $100M luxury condo project near Frisco's '$5 Billion Mile'

Construction has started on a new $100 million luxury condominium development in Frisco's exclusive Stonebriar neighborhood, which sits near the city's much-marketed '$5 Billion Mile.'

 

The 121-home, single-story flats, called The Corvalla, is being built by Dallas-based Robert Elliott Custom Homes and Canada-based Western Securities Limited within 100 yards of The Westin Stonebriar Hotel & Golf Club.

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Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro in collaboration with Robert Elliott. 

The three-story, 121-unit condominium development in Frisco is expected to cost more than $100 million to develop.

Courtesy of Robert Elliott

Construction has gotten underway on The Corvalla's development site near the Westin Stonebriar in Frisco.

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The Mondara in Highland Park has clean finishes for sophisticated resident.

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The home builder includes plenty of windows and space for residents.

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Another look at a bedroom within the Mondara in Highland Park

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                                   Even the showers within the Highland Park community has clean lines.

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 The bathrooms have upgraded finishes and design details.

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                                  Another look at some of the design details within The Mondara in Highland Park

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The bathroom has two sinks to give residents plenty of room.

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Another look within the spacious bathroom at the Highland Park community.

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The dining room connects to the living room and kitchen.

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The Highland Park community has a dining room with a large window to give residents and guests a view.

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A kitchen opens up into the living room to give residents a place to entertain.

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The kitchen opens to other parts of the home

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The living room at the Highland Park community opens up into the dining room and the kitchen.

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The living room also has a built-in fireplace and large window for residents.

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The kitchen has upgraded finishes, including Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances.

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Another look at the kitchen that was built for entertaining. 

 

This will be the first condominium project of its kind developed in Frisco, and will cater to the empty nester or young professional wanting a high-end, lock-and-leave community with minimal upkeep, Developer Robert Elliott told the Dallas Business Journal.

 

"This will be a community for people who are in homes that are aging and want the upgraded lifestyle," said Elliott, adding the condo homes would be similar to his project in Highland Park.

 

Before Elliott conceived of The Corvalla, Western Securities had planned on building a high-rise tower. But the Dallas developer was able to dissuade the land ownership from tall towers into a low-rise community.

 

The three-story development will have single-story flats on each floor for a homebuyer. The one-level of living seems to sell well, Elliott said.

 

"The buyers of our product don't go to a high-rise product," he said. "We have a much more spacious, single-family feel to the homes."

 

The home will be priced from the $700,000s to the $1.2 million range, with the average cost at about $900,000.

The condos will range from 1,700 square feet to 3,000 square feet. Each residence will have high-end finishes with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances in the kitchens.

 

The community, which sits near the Stonebriar Hotel & Golf Club, will have outdoor courtyards with fire pits, bocce ball courts, and a resort-style pool with cabanas.

 

Mayor Jeff Cheney said residential projects like The Corvalla are important to the fast-growing North Texas city.

 

"We don't have a lot of for-sale condo projects in our city and this will fill a great need from our residents," Cheney told the DBJ."I'm excited about this project because of the level of amenities it has and the reputation of the developer."

 

Cheney, who has been Frisco's mayor since May, said he's noticed a shift happening in Frisco's real estate needs.

"A lot of people aren't wanting the large homes anymore, but they do want the luxury amenities without the maintenance," he said. "The projects will be a big part of the strategy to have suitable housing for executives."

 

That executive housing could help win a big corporate user to Frisco, he said. Cheney added Frisco Station, The Gate and Wade Park are all marketing corporate campus sites to would-be tenants.

 

Next month, the Robert Elliott-led development partnership plans to celebrate the groundbreaking of The Corvalla with a new marketing and sales center at The Westin Stonebriar Hotel & Golf Club in Frisco.

 

The Corvalla is slated to open to residents in late fall 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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