The Future of Hall Park
Construction has begun on the new masterplan development that will evolve HALL Park, its existing 15-building, 162-acre office park in Frisco, Texas, into a dynamic mixed-use community. Slated to open in fall 2023, the first phase of construction of the new masterplan — estimated at half a billion dollars and encompassing approximately one million square feet— will include a new office tower, boutique hotel, luxury residential high-rise, executive suites and food hall, all centered around a programmed community park.
Upon completion, the full masterplan – anticipated to span 20 years of future development – will encompass approximately 9.5 million square feet of usable mixed-use space with a total projected value of around $7 billion. Future development plans also include a performing arts center at HALL Park on land gifted by HALL Group to the city, the result of a public-private partnership between HALL Group, the City of Frisco and Frisco ISD.
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- 16 stories of luxury, Class AAA office space with touchless amenities and a wide array of wellness technology alongside 10,000 square feet of ground-level retail and restaurant space.
- The office tower will feature a corporate lounge, fitness center, meeting spaces, a seven-level parking garage, multiple balconies on every suite level and two, well-equipped rooftop amenity decks to further encourage an indoor/outdoor working environment.
- The centerpiece of the new development is a dynamic, programmed community park, designed by OJB Landscape Architecture, given as a gift from HALL Group to the City of Frisco.
- Park will feature an 18,000-square-foot children’s park, a 6,500-square-foot dog park, event lawn, performance pavilion, a proposed 40-by-80-foot entertainment screen, multiple technology terraces, interactive water features and a rain garden.
- Butterfly Rest Stop art installation by world-renowned American sculptor and fiber artist Janet Echelman. The pendulous piece will depict milkweed flowers – a key nutrient to the monarch butterfly’s survival and an homage to Frisco’s prominence as a corridor for the monarch butterfly migration.
- The park will be managed and operated by the Communities Foundation of Texas.
- 67,326-square-foot, 30-unit collection of fully furnished, luxury executive suites for remote workers, business travelers and newly relocated employees.
- 193-room boutique hotel ideated by celebrated architecture and interior design firm, Merriman Anderson Architects, Inc.
- The 110,000-square-foot hotel will feature 13,749 square feet of special event space, including a 3,000-square-foot ballroom, alongside an outdoor pool, manicured gardens, state-of-the-art fitness center, chef-driven restaurant and bar, and an expansive patio overlooking the park.
- 331,529-square-foot luxury residential tower rising 19 stories and offering 214 units.
- The new development will include a 10,000-square-foot food hall offering a diverse selection of 10 unique restaurants compiled of both notable favorites and emerging newcomers.
- The food hall will encourage community and exploration with an indoor dining area and large outdoor patio with a stage for entertaining.
The City of Frisco and Frisco Independent School Board of Trustees each entered into a master development agreement with HALL Park. The development includes a combination of public and private funding for a state-of-the-art performing arts center, community park and a multi-story parking garage.
The performing arts center will include:
- A main performance hall with at least 1,250 seats
- A smaller venue with at least 250 seats
- A multi-story parking garage with 1,100 spaces
- A professional-quality sound and lighting system
- Facility office space and ticketing booths