Feature Illustration: Architect’s rendering of Presidium Frisco Square. Source: O’Brien Architects.
Frisco (Collin County) — Presidium, a real estate development, investment and management firm, broke ground this week on Presidium Frisco Square, a 337,000-square-foot residential community situated within Frisco Square.
Presidium Frisco Square will offer a total of 368 apartment homes equipped with top-tier amenities in a sophisticated community setting. The first units are expected to be leased in June 2023.
“Nestled in the heart of more than 4.4 million square-feet of a booming office, retail and dining destination, Presidium Frisco Square will add even greater value to the area’s existing infrastructure and offer future residents the ability to live, work and play seamlessly in a true mixed-use environment,” said John Griggs, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Presidium.
Designed by Dallas-based O’Brien Architects, Presidium Frisco Square’s aesthetic approach was driven by three different types of architecture: American Classic, Mercantile and Spanish Mission, which are uniquely incorporated throughout the community.
Each of the luxury apartment homes will boast modern features including keyless entry, Ecobee thermostats with built-in Alexa capabilities, smart light switches and energy-efficient appliances.
The gated community will feature best-in-class amenities, including a 13,000-square-foot leasing office that encompasses a club room, cinema lounge, golf simulator and theatre room, ultramodern fitness center, co-working lounge with micro-offices and podcast rooms.
Situated on a 4.25-acre site, Presidium Frisco Square offers an abundance of open-air amenities featuring an outdoor pavilion, a rooftop terrace overlooking a resort-style pool and three courtyards outfitted with outdoor kitchens. The apartments will also include a dog spa and dog park for renters and their pets.
Edited from a Presidium news release.