StreetLights Residential Plans $3 Billion The Mix Development in Metro Dallas

by Hayden Spiess

Frisco, Texas — StreetLights Residential has unveiled plans for The Mix, a $3 billion mixed-use project located at the intersection of Dallas Parkway and Lebanon Road north of Dallas’ Platinum Corridor in Frisco.

The 112-acre project is set to include 2 million square feet of office space; 375,000 square feet of retail, including a grocery store; a 400-key business hotel and 200-key boutique hotel; and 3 million square feet of residential development.

The development will also include a 9-acre central park designed by OJB Landscape Architecture, the landscape firm behind Klyde Warren Park in Dallas. The park will include an event lawn and performance pavilion, playground, promenades and a pond. The project, in total, will offer 20 acres of green space.

Dallas-based developer StreetLights Residential is a partner on the project. The development team includes master plan architects Torti Gallas + Partners and CallisonRTKL, and Kimley-Horn for planning and design engineering.

The Retail Connection will handle leasing for the retail component and JLL will lease the office and medical space. Groundbreaking on Phase I of the development is scheduled to begin this month, with the project in full slated for completion in 2026.

The Mix joins a number of large-scale mixed-use developments underway in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, including Fields West, a $2 billion development anchored by a Ritz Carlton hotel in Frisco; The Farm at Allen, a 135-acre project in the Dallas suburb of Allen; The Link, a $1 billion development in Frisco that will act as headquarters for PGA of America; the $7 billion mixed-use expansion of HALL Office Park, an existing 15-building office development in Frisco; and District 121, a $250 million mixed-use development located next to the Craig Ranch master-planned community in McKinney. **I would keep the links here. Check and see if we covered on SCB. If we did, link to the SCB coverage. If we didn’t, link to the REBO coverage.

StreetLights Residential specializes in the development of multifamily communities and mixed-use projects. The company has a portfolio of 12,478 multifamily units that are completed, in progress or in design in 19 cities across six states.

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