ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Dallas Cowboys officially named their new 91-acre Frisco headquarters as ‘The Star in Frisco’ at a press conference Tuesday afternoon at AT&T Stadium.
The proposed development will be home to the Cowboys new training complex, a 12,000-seat multi-use event center, a recently announced Omni hotel, and will include a wide range of mixed-use elements.
The new complex will be located at the northwest corner of Warren Parkway and the Dallas North Tollway.
“When you think of the Dallas Cowboys visually, the iconic logo immediately comes to mind,” said Cowboys COO Stephen Jones. “It’s instantly recognizable and a source of great pride on the regional, national and international level. We believe it is also symbolic of the great pride that the citizens of Frisco feel about their community and being from the State of Texas.”
The development will include additional office buildings, lifestyle, retail and restaurant space, hotel and residential components. According to the Cowboys, Dallas based Lincoln Property Company will handle the leasing of as the project moves forward.
Gensler of Dallas was selected as the architect and interior designer for the Cowboys World Headquarters and the adjoining multi-use event center.
Manhattan Construction Group of Dallas will serve as the primary builder charged with the construction of the Cowboys World Headquarters and the multi-use event center, while Dallas based O’Brien Architects has been designated as the designer for the master plan of the mixed-use development that will surround the Cowboys World Headquarters and the multi-use event center.
The Cowboys are expected to make the move north from Irving to Frisco in 2016.
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