The Offices at Southstone Yards, a distinctive seven-story building in Collin County, stands out in North Texas with its unique design, leaving visitors in awe, according to Jim McCaffrey, managing director of Crow Holdings Development, according to a WFAA article reporting,
“It is the newest building to grace Collin County’s ever-changing skyline.
The seven-story, 242,000-square-foot retail and office space building is along State Highway 121 and Spring Creek Parkway. It is dubbed The Offices at Southstone Yards, and it is unlike any other building you’ll find in North Texas.
“They walk off the elevator and they say ‘wow.’ They smell it. Lots of times people say it smells like popsicle sticks. They can’t help but come up and touch it,” said Jim McCaffrey, managing director of Crow Holdings Development.”
Crow Holdings’ project, the Offices at Southstone Yards in Frisco, is distinctive in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, being North Texas’ first wood-constructed office building. It’s part of a 45-acre mixed-use development featuring green spaces, retail, dining, hotels, and housing, according to a Local Profile article. They say,
“A 242,000-square-foot office project is nothing new for the Dallas-Fort Worth area where over 7 million square feet of office space were being built in 2022, according to Yardi Systems (via The Dallas Morning News.) But this is not just another run-of-the-mill seven-story development. Crow Holdings challenged itself with the construction of North Texas’ first office building made out of wood.
Designed by North Carolina-based architects Duda|Paine and Gensler, the Offices at Southstone Yards in Frisco is the initial phase of a 45-acre mixed-use development on State Highway 121 that will include more than 9 acres of green space, retail, restaurants, hotel space and over 1,000 urban living and townhomes available for residents.”
The Offices at Southstone Yards in Frisco, part of a 45-acre mixed-use development, has generated considerable interest among prospective tenants. While specific lease details are undisclosed, significant interest has been noted.