Billingsley Co. plans major mixed-use development on U.S. 75 in Fairview - Jonathan Cartu Industrial & Residential Real Estate Firm
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Billingsley Co. plans major mixed-use development on U.S. 75 in Fairview

Billingsley Co. plans major mixed-use development on U.S. 75 in Fairview

Billingsley Co. – one of North Texas’ most successful developers – is headed to the Collin County town of Fairview for a major new project.

Billingsley has formed a joint venture with the legacy family that owns 242 acres at the southeast intersection of North Central Expressway and State Highway 121.

The developer plans to build a major mixed-use project on the vacant corner which is just across the highway from McKinney.

“The Petefish family has owned it for a long time and it’s been a farm,” said developer Lucy Billingsley. “We’ve formed a partnership with them.”

Billingsley said the property on Sloan Creek will be used for a variety of construction and is already zoned.

“At this intersection we expect to be able to build several million square feet of office space,” she said. “We are zoned for 2,000 apartments and the retail and infrastructure to support that.

“It’s an ideal location in a great community.”

Billingsley said the developer is starting a planning process for the planned project, which will include greenspace and park areas.

“We want to create a place where you seize the nature and the creek and have all the office buildings to be on parks,” she said. “It’s exciting to have so many acres in such an ideal spot.”

The development site is just north of the Fairview Town Center development.

Medical City McKinney and Collin College are located north of the big tract.

And across U.S. 75 in the city of Allen developer Howard Hughes Corp. recently got city approvals for a 261-acre mixed-use project called Monarch City. That development will also have office, retail and apartment building.

Billingsley Co. is best know for its two large Dallas-are developments – Cypress Waters and Austin Ranch.

The 1,000-acre Cypress Waters project at LBJ Freeway and Belt Line Road northwest of Dallas has thousands of apartments and retail space. More than 11,000 people work at Cypress Waters for companies including 7-Eleven, CoreLogic, Nokia, Brinker International, Nationstar Mortgage, Toyota Industries Commercial Finance, BT America and Constellation Brands.

Austin Ranch is located south of S.H. 121 and just west of the Legacy business park and is a major mixed-use project.


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