Uptown Dallas project developer heads to Frisco with new apartments
Dallas News | Steve Brown | October 12, 2016
A developer that’s building one of Uptown Dallas’ new residential towers has started work on a project in Frisco.
Stoneleigh Cos. has broken ground on Waterford at Frisco, a 381-unit apartment community north of Main Street market near Toyota Stadium.
The 4-story rental community will include 9,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. The project has community lounges, fitness centers with private workout studios, game and activity rooms, two courtyard pools and outdoor TV and grilling pavilions.
“Frisco, Texas is one of the fastest growing and most sought after suburbs of the north Dallas area,” Rick Cavenaugh, President of Stoneleigh, said in a statement. He said the project is well located with its “proximity to Legacy West and its burgeoning employment growth.”
EDI Architecture designed the project and Stoneleigh Construction Co. is the general contractor.
Aurora National Life Co. is the construction lender.
Stoneleigh in Dallas is building the 20-story One Uptown apartment tower on McKinney Avenue. The 198-unit luxury rental project will open in January.