Thursday, January 21, 2016

Frisco's proposed $1.6B Wade Park development adds more restaurants, retailers


Construction has been underway on Frisco's proposed $1.6 billion, 175-acre Wade Park development along the Dallas North Tollway for some time, but Atlanta-based developer Thomas Land & Development unleashed a new round of restaurants and retailers to join this vision.

Thomas Land & Development has signed five new restaurant and retail tenants, including Luna Grill, Sur La Table, Yard House, Paper Source and Blo Blow Dry Bar.

And Stan Thomas, president and CEO of Thomas Land & Development, said he's getting ready to announce more tenants in the coming weeks and months.
"From luxury hotels, to the most sought-after shopping, dining and entertainment, to unique high-end offices and residential living, people will be wowed by the one-of-a-kind experience that we're creating at Wade Park," said Thomas, in a statement.

The initial phase of Wade Park is slated to open in 2017. That includes the new Whole Foods Market, The Rustic and Steel City Pops, among many others.
For more details on restaurants and retail tenants coming to Wade Park, keep an eye out for the Dallas Business Journal Restaurant Round-up on Friday.

Link to full article here

By Candace Carlisle at Dallas Business Journal