Frisco’s Wade Park development has ramped up the amount of planned retail space.

The $1.6 billion, 180-acre project on the Dallas North Tollway will now contain almost as much retail and restaurant space as a shopping mall, developer Stan Thomas said Thursday.

“We are up to 950,000 square feet of retail that’s part of the development,” Thomas told members of the International Council of Shopping Centers meeting in downtown Dallas.

Wade Park was originally planned to have about 600,000 square feet of retail space anchored by a Whole Foods Market grocery store.

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Hall of Fame to move to Toyota Stadium as part of $39M in upgrades

Major League Soccer team FC Dallas plans to make a major unveil Wednesday, showing off $39 million of upgrades at Toyota Stadium. That will include moving the National Soccer Hall of Fame Museum to the stadium.

FC Dallas will unveil the upgrades to Toyota Stadium and the Hall of Fame in conjunction with U.S. Soccer, the Frisco Independent School District and the City of Frisco.

First & 10: Dallas Cowboys HQ and practice facility takes shape in Frisco

The Dallas Cowboys headquarters and practice facility — a $350 million campus project known as The Star in Frisco — is beginning to take shape in Frisco’s $5 Billion Mile.

“It’s coming along pretty good,” said Joe Hickman, CEO of Blue Star Land LP, a Cowboys-affiliated firm developing the 91-acre project anchored by a 12,000-seat indoor practice facility.

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Why developers are going ‘pure spec’ in Frisco’s $5B Mile

As Frisco’s ‘$5 Billion Mile’ begins to take shape in the one mile stretch of roadway off the Dallas North Tollway, the Dallas Business Journal held a Corridors of Opportunity event focused on the 549 acres slated for high-end development.

The event Tuesday morning brought in more than 660 North Texas executives and professionals looking to learn more on the projects behind the $5.4 billion of real estate investment.

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Ohio high tech firm expanding with operation in Frisco

An Ohio-based high-tech firm is expanding to Texas with a new operation in Frisco.

Paycor Inc. – a Cincinnati company that provides human resources and payroll software and services – has rented an office in the Hall Office Park at the Dallas North Tollway and Warren Parkway.

The new operation is an expansion for the company, which is growing from its current tech center in Cincinnati.

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