The 30-acre hospitality project is part of the PGA’s new headquarters campus and will include more than 576,000 sq. ft. of buildings—500 hotel rooms and more than 45,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. The site plan shows multiple restaurants in the project, several swimming pools and parking for more than 1,000 cars.
Plans for the new PGA of America Omni Hotel and Resort in Frisco, Texas are moving ahead with approvals from the city’s planning and zoning commission, the Dallas Morning News reported. This week the plan commission approved site plans for the 30-acre hospitality project that’s part of the PGA’s new headquarters campus in northwest Frisco.
The plan commission approved site designs by developer Omni Stillwater Woods Golf Resort LLC that include more than 576,000 sq. ft. of buildings on landscaped grounds, the Morning News reported. The plans include 500 hotel rooms and more than 45,000 sq. ft. of meeting space.
The complex will have a six-story hotel “tower,” three-story resort buildings and a one-story “event pavilion,” the Morning News reported. The site plan shows multiple restaurants in the project, several swimming pools and parking for more than 1,000 cars.
Work on the more than $185 million project is set to begin in June, according to plans filed with the state of Texas, and it’s scheduled to be finished in spring 2022, the Morning News reported. SB Architects of San Francisco is listed as the design firm.
The California-based architect has done notable hotel and resort projects around the world, the Morning News reported, including the Lodge at Pebble Beach, Dorado Beach Ritz-Carlton in Puerto Rico and the Resort at Heavenly at Lake Tahoe.
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