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Hall Park Frisco’s $7 billion plan to evolve development

Big changes are finally sweeping through the Hall Park Frisco development. Dallas developer Hall Group announced its new $7 billion masterplan development that will evolve Hall Park’s existing 15-building, 162-acre office park into a dynamic mixed-use community.
January 18, 2022
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New Development Will Add Office, Residential, Hotel, Restaurant, Retail and Recreational Destinations
January 11, 2022
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Gone to Texas: Pacific Northwest hardwood lumber firm moving HQ to Frisco

A Pacific Northwest company is moving its headquarters from Tacoma, Wash., to Frisco’s Hall Park. Northwest Hardwoods CEO Nathan Jeppson said relocating the company’s head office will better position it to serve customers across the globe. Northwest Hardwoods is the country’s largest producer of North American hardwood lumber.
November 9, 2021
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Developer launches first phase of a $7 billion redevelopment of Frisco’s Hall Park

Dallas developer Hall Group is kicking off a $7 billion redevelopment of the company’s 162-acre Frisco office park. Located at the Dallas North Tollway and Gaylord Parkway, Hall Park was started in the 1990s and includes more than 2 million square feet of offices in more than a dozen buildings. It’s Frisco’s largest office employment center with more than 10,000 workers

Frisco’s Hall Park to get $7 billion development

“There’s no place like Frisco. There’s no place like Frisco.” With that, developer Craig Hall and Frisco city officials ushered in a new era for Hall Park in Frisco.
November 2, 2021
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Why Frisco says it’s a national leader in transportation innovation

City engineers have been working for years to prepare Frisco’s infrastructure for growth and development, and chief innovation officer Jason Cooley said no other North Texas city is operating at the same level. Frisco has also been at the forefront of autonomous vehicle tests, becoming the first city in Texas to test-drive autonomous shuttles in July 2018 through an eight-month pilot program with Drive.ai. The driverless shuttles successfully carried nearly 5,000 passengers on a fixed route between Hall Park, The Star and Frisco Station, according to the city website.
October 7, 2021
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