A Frisco community is gearing up to start a second phase of homes plus retail.
The 735-acre Grove Frisco community is on South Custer Road near the Sam Rayburn Tollway. The project opened last summer with plans for 3,000 homes.
Grove Frisco is a development of Newland Communities and North America Sekisui House LLC, a Japanese builder. The companies bought the land in 2016.
Now the developers say they will break ground on the second phase in the second quarter, with “patio homes, townhomes, luxury apartments, village retail and dining options.”
“Our goal with the Grove Frisco is to cultivate a modern ‘village’ culture where residents can enjoy connecting in neighborhoods inspired by a simpler time,” Brian Cramer, Newland senior vice president and Dallas division manager, said in a statement. “With phase two, we will have a small community rooted within a thriving urban center for people who value balance and belonging.”
By Steve Brown Dallas News