Jones Likely Adding More Office Buildings At The Star In Frisco
The Star in Frisco already has one 400,000-square-foot office building on its campus, and now real estate brokers say Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones is "drawing up plans for a second office tower," according to Steve Brown of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Jones' Blue Star Land real estate company has "filed plans with the city of Frisco for three more office buildings ranging from seven to 12 stories tall." The current office building has "attracted a prime roster of tenants, including Bank of America, PlainsCapital Bank, RBC Wealth Management and FM Global." Just this week, commercial property firm ESRP announced that it is "moving to The Star's offices, too, with a view of the Cowboys' practice field." All that leasing activity has "filled up most of The Star's office space." Meanwhile, the Jones family and developer Columbus Realty are also "building a 17-story, 160-unit rental tower called Star House." The apartment tower is "one of two such buildings on the way in Frisco" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 3/13).