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$94.2 Million Apartments Planned For Frisco, Texas

The 410 units are expected to open in 2026

The Frisco Station development will soon be adding apartments to the area. Hillwood, the renowned builder, is gearing up to launch a project comprising 410 apartments at the intersection of SWC John Hickman Parkway and Gridiron Road. 

According to a filing by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, construction on the project is anticipated to begin in Sept. 2024, with completion slated for Nov. 2026. The projected construction expenses are close to $94.2 million for the project, which is called Frisco UL4 in the filing. 

The development will comprise 410 units across two residential buildings, alongside two parking garages and 410,000 square feet of net rentable space. 

The development of Frisco Station is a collaborative effort spearheaded by the Rudman Partnership, Hillwood, and VanTrust Real Estate. Other details for the apartment community were not yet released. 

Frisco Station, the nearly $2 billion project, is slated to feature an impressive array of amenities — with plans for 2,400 total apartment units and three million square feet allocated for offices, hotels and retail spaces, it’s expected to further draw visitors to Frisco. 

“Frisco Station is a new kind of mixed-use development built from the ground up using a next-generation telecommunications platform to enable real-time connectivity through each of the three foundational pillars: smart, creative, healthy,” a statement from Frisco Station developers read. “It’s where the best and brightest come together to enjoy a higher quality of life, improved productivity and strong community.”

As Local Profile previously reported, Pickle and Social, a premier pickleball venue boasting both indoor and outdoor courts, is just one of the many businesses that will soon open in Frisco Station. Construction is scheduled to begin on the pickleball venue in spring 2024 and is expected to open in spring 2025.

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