Taylor Morrison Homes will be involved in the next big thing for Frisco after purchasing sites in the 2,500-acre development on Dallas North Tollway, according to an Our Community Now article from August 1. They state,
“The Arizona-based builder confirmed on its website and social media that it has purchased sites for nearly 500 single-family homes in the 2,544-acre development on the Dallas North Tollway in Collin and Denton counties. The builder purchased the sites from Dallas-based Hunt Realty Investments and Plano-based Karahan Cos.
Taylor Morrison, which has a portfolio of Dallas/Fort Worth developments in its portfolio, will build in the Brookside neighborhood on the northside of Panther Creek Parkway east of Legacy Drive.”
However, Frisco’s Fields will not just be for residential purposes as it was set to be developed into a mixed-use zoning community, according to a Dallas Morning news article from July 29,
“On U.S. Highway 380 at the north end of the 2,500-acre project, there are plans for an urban-style mixed-use project with office, retail, commercial and high-density housing. Called North Fields, the development on the south side of U.S. 380 will be more than 175 acres.
The low and mid-rise buildings will be constructed around a small lake.
The largest and tallest of the commercial buildings are to be constructed in the heart of the project along the tollway.”
The Dallas Morning News also revealed the development plan for the Field Project, showcasing the different sub plans for the whole community. As seen in the plan, houses, buildings, and commercial spaces are not the only things that Taylor Morrison Homes will develop; golf courses, greenbelts, parks, and trails will also be built inside the stretch between US Highway 380 and Preston Road.