Frisco town council to consider development-related matters at regular meeting
March 13, 2017
The Frisco town council will be considering two measures related to proposed developments during its regular meeting on Tuesday, March 13, at 7 p.m. at Frisco town hall.
Council will consider final approval of a revised property sale agreement between the town and developer Kelly Foote, who plans to build a hotel and bar-restaurant on the Staley House property on Main Street.
As part of the agreement, the historic structure will stay on the property, however, unlike a previous version of the deal, Foote would now take ownership of the Staley House. Foote has indicated that he intends to maintain maximum public access to the inside of the house, which features unique architectural features.
Council will also consider a resolution to modify a restrictive covenant on Basecamp Pad 5, a parcel of undeveloped land in the shopping center that includes Whole Foods.
Developer David O'Neill is seeking new language that would clarify he is allowed to build a mixed-used residential and commercial complex. He has said that the units would be intended as local workforce housing.
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