The 2,500-acre development will be home to the new PGA of America headquarters, which will include two golf courses and an Omni resort hotel.
After investing in property companies and developments around the nation for years, Dallas-based Hunt Realty has announced it will shift its focus to opportunities closer to home — with plans for large projects in Frisco, Uptown Dallas and downtown.
The 2,500-acre Fields development in Frisco is among three major projects in which Hunt Realty and its parent company, Hunt Consolidated, hope they can build a new real estate program on.
In 2018, the company led a group of developers and investors to purchase the 2,544 acres of land on the Dallas North Tollway, which is the largest undeveloped section of land in Frisco. The Fields development is expected to have more than 10,000 houses and up to 18 million square feet of commercial space.
It will also be home to the new PGA of America headquarters, which will include two golf courses and an Omni resort hotel.
Hunt Realty has hired a new president, Colin Fitzgibbons, to begin shifting to opportunities around its home base. Fitzgibbons was a senior vice president at one of Dallas’ most successful commercial property firms, KDC, and went to Hillcrest High School and Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business, according to his LinkedIn page.
During his nearly 10-year tenure, he worked on the $1.5 billion CityLine development in Richardson and $3 billion Legacy West development in Plano.View Source Article