Frisco mixed-use project set to start next year with new apartments
Columbus Realty plans a rental community in the North Fields development on U.S. 380.
Developers plan to kick off construction early next year in Frisco on the first phase of a 175-acre mixed-use development on U.S. Highway 380, just west of the Dallas North Tollway.
Called North Fields, the development is part of the $10 billion Fields residential and commercial community that stretches from Preston Road northwest to U.S. 380.
The North Fields section of the project is planned to include office, retail, commercial and high-density housing.
North Texas-based apartment builder Columbus Realty plans to break ground in March on a 257-unit rental community in the project on the south side of U.S. 380. The $73 million multifamily project would open in late 2024, according to plans for the project filed with the state.
JHP Architecture designed the four-story apartment development, which will be built north of the PGA of America’s new headquarters. Low- and mid-rise buildings will be constructed around a small lake.
Architect Gensler did the master planning for the Fields North project.
It’s one of several commercial districts planned in the 2,500-acre Fields community, which will have thousands of new homes and apartments. The Fields development — one of North Texas’ largest new communities — is a project of Dallas’ Hunt Realty Investments and Plano-based Karahan Cos.
Karahan Cos. developed the $3 billion Legacy West mixed-use project in Plano.
Columbus Realty built thousands of rental units at Legacy West and has developed other urban-style apartment communities throughout North Texas.