Star Business Park is growing with plans for two more buildings totaling nearly 300,000 square feet.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is expanding his Frisco business park with plans for two more buildings.
The projects are planned in Star Business Park, the more than 200-acre industrial development by the Jones family’s Blue Star Land and Lincoln Property Co. The 3-year-old business park is off Preston Road and south of U.S. Highway 380.
Blue Star Land plans to add two buildings with 100,800 square feet and 178,200 square feet, according to planning documents filed with the state. The projects would start construction in March at the corner of Gateway and Corporate drives.
Alliance Architects is designing the buildings, which are scheduled to open later this year.
Blue Star Land bought the Star Business Park property in 2018. Since then, the real estate firm has landed a growing number of tenants for the project, including Amazon, international technology firm GEA Group and Magnus Chemical.
With industrial space in high demand in North Texas, Star Business Park has one of the largest supplies of new warehouse and distribution space in Frisco.
By: Steve Brown, Dallas News