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$130 Million Renovations Filed For Toyota Stadium In Frisco, Texas

The construction is expected to start in January 2025
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A recent filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation shows a potential $130 million renovation for Toyota Stadium, home of FC Dallas.

According to the filing, a 130,000-square-foot expansion featuring premium products such as clubs and suites, along with updated broadcast and press areas to meet Major League Soccer guidelines could be planned for the stadium. 

The construction is expected to start in January 2025 and be completed by August 2027. Dallas-based HKS, the design firm for the project, has been involved in previous renovations at the stadium, as well as other major North Texas projects

Opened in 2005, Toyota Stadium was the third stadium built for Major League Soccer. Last year, Jimmy Smith, FC Dallas' chief operating officer and chief financial officer, told Local Profile that renovations could be expected. 

"The way that the stadium was built — to go down — enables us to go up," said Smith, who added that when the stadium's west side was updated, a club and new video boards were added. "We are looking to do something similar on the east side."

Right now, the west side has suites, but the east side only has uncovered spectator seats. 

"We want to do it in a smart way," Smith previously told Local Profile. "I think there will be development, but I don't think that is going to be the sole driving force. We will ask if it makes sense to have, whether that's an office building, a hotel or retail. But I do think that is a big factor."

The stadium, located at 9200 World Cup Way, will serve as one of the four base training camps for the 2026 World Cup. AT&T Stadium in Arlington will host nine games. Local Profile previously reported a renovation project amounting to almost $350 million AT&T Stadium is also in progress, ahead of the World Cup.

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