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Mega-Development in Texas Includes Major Retail Component

375,000 square feet of store space planned for The Mix




Rendering Courtesy of The Mix

A $3 billion, 112-acre mixed-experience community centered around a park will include roughly 375,000 square feet of retail space (including a grocery store). Work on the first phase of the development – dubbed The Mix and located about 30 miles north of downtown Dallas – will start later this month.

Specifics on who the retail tenants and grocery store at the complex will be have not yet been announced.

Designed as a Fitwel community, The Mix is planned to support the wellbeing of its occupants. Its design partners include: Torti Gallas + Partners and CallisonRTKL, master plan architects; Kimley-Horn, planning and design engineering; OJB Landscape Architecture, landscaping; StreetLights Residential, mixed-use development; The Retail Connection, retail; and JLL, office and medical space.

“We’re designing not only to optimize how residents will experience The Mix, but also to ensure the entire Frisco community will enjoy The Mix for its high-quality shopping, urban greenspaces, and the promotion of health and wellness as a Fitwel community,” said StreetLights VP of Development Greg Coutant.



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