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VanTrust Real Estate will develop The Offices Two at Frisco Station, a 210,000-square-foot, Class A speculative, office building at Frisco Station, the 242-acre mixed-use project located at the northwest quadrant of the Dallas North Tollway and Warren Parkway. The new building is the second of five planned office buildings for the office district at Frisco Station, which will total 5 million square feet of planed office space upon completion.

“There has been substantial corporate interest throughout Frisco, and we have witnessed first-hand the growing demand for high-quality office space in the North Platinum Corridor,” said Geoff Meyer, executive vice president of development for VanTrust Real Estate. “The Offices Two at Frisco Station is a continuation of our goal to provide efficient, highly amemitzied office space to meet the needs of prospective clients who want to work in the heart of one of the most innovative and fastest growing corridors in the nation.”

Construction on the six-story, mid-rise office tower will begin in September 2018 and is slated for completion in September 2019. Building amenities will include structured parking, a fitness center, conference center and tenant lounge. The building, which has been designed with future-proofing in mind, will have robust communications and power infrastructure that includes dual-power feeds and multiple fiber optic option providers. As well, employees and employers in the building will benefit from the AT&T 5G Evolution wireless technology that is being integrated across Frisco Station’s parks, residential options, hospitality units and corporate spaces. Frisco Station is one of the first developments in the nation using the technology, built from the ground-up, and the combination of wireless stealth micro cells, ultra-fast internet powered by AT&T FiberSM and robust Wi-Fi throughout all common areas will provide the ultimate wireless user experience for building residents.

The Offices Two at Frisco Station is adjacent to the Dallas Cowboys’ world headquarters and is within walking distance to more than 50 retail, restaurant and entertainment options between The Hub at Frisco Station, the development’s planned entertainment district, and The Star. Station House, the first multi-family component to launch at the development, is accepting leases for its luxury, urban-living units. Upon completion, Frisco Station will have more than 2,400 residential options available for individuals who want to be near Frisco Station’s employment opportunities and regional employers, along with dining, entertainment and wellness amenities and 32 acres of trails and park spaces.

“Frisco Station is truly a unique destination that is bringing together all of the elements needed to create an innovative, engaging and collaborative environment,” said Mike Berry, president of Hillwood, Frisco Station’s master developer. “Being built from the ground up with 5G Evolution wireless technology from AT&T, combined with the office district coming online, residents moving into Station House, the lifestyle hospitality campus underway and the recent announcements of Uber Air and drive.ai operating on our property, Frisco Station is setting a new standard for urban developments.”

The design team for The Offices Two at Frisco Station includes HKS, Inc., which has been selected as the project architect for the building, Manhattan Construction, which will serve as the design-build contractor, and Kimley Horn and Associates, which will serve as the civil engineer of record. The property will be marketed and leased by the Dallas/Fort Worth office of Cushman & Wakefield, under the leadership of Ran Holman, who serves as managing principal and DFW market leader.

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