Frisco approves agreement for $114 million performing arts center and park in Hall Park development
Frisco is one step closer to getting a performing arts center. The Frisco City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to enter into an agreement to build a performing arts center at Hall Park, according to a news release. “This is something our community has been dreaming about for years,” Mayor Jeff Cheney said in the release.
Frisco is one step closer to having its very own performing arts center. On Tuesday night the City Council unanimously approved an agreement for an estimated $129 million project that includes the city, Frisco ISD and the Hall Group that will result in a performing arts center, park and supporting multi-story parking garage on the Hall Park development.
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Spread across four acres of Hall Park, the Texas Sculpture Garden features 40 contemporary works by some of the state’s most prominent artists. When you first turn in, you might be confused by what appears to be an ordinary office complex. Don’t worry, you’re in the right place.