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Frisco, Texas — Kimley-Horn selected The Offices One at Frisco Station as the location for its new 32,349-square-foot office space. Kimley-Horn will occupy the second floor of the Class A office building located within Frisco Station, the 242-acre mixed-use project located at the northwest quadrant of the Dallas North Tollway and Warren Parkway.

“Since 1994, Kimley-Horn has had an office in the City of Frisco, providing a wide variety of planning and design consulting services within the City and across Collin, Denton, and Grayson Counties,” said Aaron Nathan, Texas Regional Leader, Kimley-Horn. “As recently shown in Money Magazine’s “Best Places to Live in America,” the growth in this area and the leadership from the City of Frisco has created a great place to live, and we have been delighted to help our clients, both public and private. We want to thank our clients for allowing us to serve them. We are particularly proud of our part in helping VanTrust, Hillwood, the Rudman Partnership, the Frisco EDC and the City of Frisco create a space to be a home to over 150 Kimley-Horn employees. Given our role in both Frisco Station and The Star in Frisco, it’s a bonus that we will be part of the fabric of the environment we helped to create.”

Employees of Kimley-Horn will have access to several high-end building amenities, including structured parking, a fitness center and a conference center. The Offices One at Frisco Station, which has been designed with future-proofing in mind, will have robust communications and power infrastructure that includes dual-power feeds and multiple fiber optic option providers. Employees also will benefit from the AT&T 5G Evolution wireless technology that is being integrated across Frisco Station’s parks, residential options, hospitality units and corporate spaces. Frisco Station is one of the first developments in the nation being built from the ground up with wireless stealth micro cells, ultra-fast internet powered by AT&T Fiber and robust WiFi throughout all common areas.

“We are excited to welcome one of our partners who has worked diligently alongside us to help make Frisco Station a top destination for corporate expansions and relocations. With the addition of Kimley-Horn and several other recently announced tenants, The Offices One at Frisco Station is almost fully leased,” said Geoff Meyer, executive vice president of development for VanTrust Real Estate, developer of The Offices at Frisco Station.

The Offices One at Frisco Station is adjacent to the Dallas Cowboys’ world headquarters and is within walking distance to more than 50 retail, restaurant and entertainment options between The Hub at Frisco Station, the development’s planned entertainment district, and The Star. Station House, the first multi-family component to launch at the development, is now accepting leases for its luxury, urban-living units. Upon completion, Frisco Station will have more than 2,400 residential options available for individuals who want to be near Frisco Station’s employment opportunities and regional employers, along with dining, entertainment and wellness amenities and 32 acres of trails and park spaces.

Savills Studley represented Kimley-Horn in the transaction. Kimley-Horn’s new office space at The Offices One at Frisco Station sits directly next to the recently announced The Offices Two at Frisco Station, where Kimley-Horn is serving as the civil engineer of record.

Frisco Station is being developed by the Frisco Station Partnership, which is composed of The Rudman Partnership, Hillwood Properties and VanTrust Real Estate. Built on the principle that individuals want to be inspired and energized by the people and environment around them, Frisco Station’s designers are focused on creating a healthier, smarter and more creative experience for people who want to engage, innovate, learn and collaborate in their professional and personal lives.

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