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Billion-dollar mixed-use project near PGA of America project in Texas gets zoning approval

Al Urbanski
The link will be Stillwater Capital's live-work-play complement to its PGA Frisco project.
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Stillwater Capital, developer of PGA of America’s $520 million new headquarters in Frisco, Texas, has received the town’s zoning approval for a mixed-use project that will complement the golf center.

Called The Link, the 240-acre, resort-style property will feature what Stillwater calls “destination retail,” luxury residential, Class A office space, entertainment, hospitality, and sports-focused wellness. Development costs are estimated to approach $1 billion, according to several news sources in the Dallas area.

Expected to open in 2022, the PGA of America HQ will include two championship golf courses that will host 20-plus championships in the coming decade. Slated to be held there are the Senior PGA Championships in 2023, the Women’s PGA Championships in 2025, and the PGA Championships in 2027.

“It will be a magnet for the golf world to come and see it,” PGA COO Darrell Crall told The Dallas Morning News.

Office spaces at The Link will have unobstructed views of the golf courses. 

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