Frisco’s $2 billion Wade Park project stuck in slow lane on the tollway

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Rendering of the Wade Park Development. Courtesy of Thomas Land & Development.

By Steve Brown and the Dallas Morning News

One of the biggest projects on Frisco’s much touted $5 billion mile may also be one of the slowest.

The $2 billion Wade Park development is the most ambitious of several huge mixed-use developments in the works along the Dallas North Tollway.

The 175-acre project at the southeast corner of the tollway and Lebanon Road is planned to include about 600,000 square feet of retail; two luxury hotels; up to 6 million square feet of commercial office space, 1,300 apartments, condominiums and single-family homes.

A Whole Foods Market, iPic Theatre, Pinstripes bowling center and Hotel ZaZa are among the anchors named so far.

 

The first phase of the Wade Park shopping center was scheduled to open late next year, but it’s been postponed into 2018. Read More >