A mixed-use real estate project in the works for a busy Frisco property includes apartments, shopping and office space.
The more than 100-acre Four Corners development is at the southwest corner of U.S. Highway 380 and FM 423 on Frisco’s northern edge. The site is across the street from the huge Windsong Ranch residential community.
A CVS Pharmacy and apartments have already been built on part of the big tract. A new zoning request would add medical office, additional restaurant and retail space, and a “pet resort” on the south end of the property.
A large restaurant is planned that would overlook a central public area.
“The applicant intends to have a unique restaurant area along the central open space feature which will offer views into the space,” Frisco’s planning staff writes. “Further, the applicant is honoring a majority of the natural features on site, preserving them as open space.”
Frisco’s planning staff recommends approval of the zoning change.
The land is owned by multiple owners, including United Commercial Development, Westwood Residential and H-E-B Grocery Co., according to filings with the Frisco planning and zoning commission.
Deed records show that H-E-B has owned the property on U.S. 380 in Frisco since late 2016. It has not announced plans for a store there yet.
H-E-B said in March that it’s building its first two Dallas-area grocery stores in at the northeast corner of Legacy Drive and Main Street in Frisco and on Preston Road in Plano. The company said in June that a third store will be built in McKinney on the northeast corner of Custer Road and Eldorado Parkway that will open in spring 2023.
“H-E-B has a real estate portfolio across North Texas in Dallas, Denton, Tarrant and Collin counties. We look forward to opening our stores in Frisco and Plano next year,” said Mabrie Jackson, director of public affairs for H-E-B and Central Market.
The San Antonio-based grocer has been buying property in North Texas for years. Its most recent purchase was in fast-growing Forney near the intersection of U.S. Highway 80 and FM1641. The company hasn’t announced plans for the Forney property.
Note: An earlier version of this story said that H-E-B would build a store in the development. The company owns land in Four Corners but has not announced a store.