The Omni PGA-Golf Experience Retail will include five retail buildings and an open stage. The 27,000-sq. ft. project won’t start construction until next year and would open in late 2022. The retail center, office building and resort hotel will be part of the 660-acre Frisco, Texas campus, which will include two new golf courses.
Just weeks after starting work on its new headquarters, the PGA of America is moving ahead with other plans for its new Frisco, Texas campus, The Dallas Morning News reported. Developers working with the group moving to Texas from Florida have filed plans with the state for a retail and entertainment center.
The Omni PGA-Golf Experience Retail will include five retail buildings and an open stage, according to details in the filing, The Morning News reported. The 27,000-sq.-ft. project won’t start construction until next year and would open in late 2022.
San Francisco-based SB Architects, which is also doing the adjoining Omni PGA Golf Resort and Spa, will design the project, which is being developed by Omni Stillwater Woods Golf Resort LLC, The Morning News reported.
Last month, the PGA broke ground on its 106,622-sq.-ft. office building, designed by architect Page Southerland Page, The Morning News reported. The office building, resort hotel and retail center are part of the 660-acre PGA Frisco campus, which will include two new golf courses.
C+RB has been reporting on the project since the move was first announced in 2018. In October 2019, detailed plans for the campus were released and plans for the Omni Hotel and Resort were approved in March 2020.