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will open to freshmen and sopho- mores who live east of Custer Road. The school will add a new class each year until it serves grades 9-12. The school board will determine atten- dance zones for Panther Creek, the district’s 12th high school, this fall.

Sta ! have prioritized modernizing campuses as the district grows larger. They are doing this through design and construction in addition to curric- ulum development. This process starts with a meeting CONTINUED ON 30

Frisco ISD has two new high schools: Emerson, which opens this year in west McKinney, and Panther Creek, which opens in 2022 next to the PGA headquarters in northwest Frisco. Emerson, FISD’s 11th high school,

As the master developer of Legacy West, Fehmi Karahan’s company brought about $3 billion worth of residential and retail space to Plano, along with major companies such as Toyota. Karahan said he is now hoping to do the same to the more than 2,500- acre undeveloped Fields property in Frisco, but on a much larger scale. Fields vision to transform challenging area terrain BY MIRANDA JAIMES

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NOWOPEN 1 ZT Records opened in May at 2601 Preston Road, Ste. 2098, Frisco. The record store has dozens of original and modern vinyls on display by a variety of artists. ZT Records has also held an in- stallation at the Frisco Mercantile center. 469-213-6792. www.ztrecords.com 2 Apple Blvd Boutique opened May 10 at 8760 7th St., Frisco. The women’s clothing brand, started by couple Katie and Johnny Apple, o ! ers garments in a multitude of styles, and “aims to dress every woman fabulously for under $100,” per the business website. A vari- ety of tops, bottoms, dresses, outerwear and more can be found at the store or online. 469-588-8468. www.shopappleblvd.com 3 Southwest Kia opened in June at 10220 SH 121, Frisco. The car dealership sells and services Kia vehicles. Other Dallas-Fort Worth-area locations are in Rockwall, Dallas and Mesquite. 469-922-3219. www.kiao ! risco.com 4 Farm2Cook opened in June at 14339 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 180, Frisco. The butcher shop aims to o ! er quality meat at cheaper prices, and sells goat, chicken, lamb and dairy products. The brand also has locations on Preston Road in Frisco and on Spring Creek Parkway in Plano. 469-604-8949. www.farm2cook.com 5 Frisco ER opened in July at 12600 Rolater Road, Frisco. The free-standing emergency room and urgent care center is open to anyone needing immediate medical attention. 469-200-5222. www.frisco-er.com 6 Tru by Hilton is now open at 2310 Parkwood Blvd., Frisco. Hotel stays include complimentary breakfast, free parking

and Wi-Fi, and access to the ” tness and business centers. Guests can also choose to book connecting rooms. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held in early July for the hotel’s opening. 214-705-1500. www.hilton.com 7 Main Street Barber Co . opened in July at 8750 E. Main St., Ste. 222, Frisco. The barbershop services all hair textures. Customers can schedule appointments online or walk in on the same day. All haircuts are $20 through Aug. 6, exclud- ing Sundays, as part of a grand opening special. Haircuts for seniors age 60 and up are always $12. 972-704-9439. https://mainstreetbarberco.com 8 Mathnasium of Frisco East opened in April at 7548 Preston Road, Ste. 139, Fris- co. The math-only learning center o ! ers personalized instruction for K-12 students. Live, online instruction is also available for those who prefer to learn at home. Fam- ilies can contact the center to take a free assessment to determine if Mathnasium is right for them. 972-292-9886. www.mathnasium.com/friscoeast 9 ModMode Fashion opened June 12 at 3231 Preston Road, Ste. 3, Frisco. The women’s clothing store sells a variety of garments, including tops, bottoms, dresses, jumpsuits, rompers, swimwear and more. Accessories include satchels, hats in di ! erent styles and several kinds of clutch bags. www.mod-mode.com COMING SOON 10 Crunch Fitness is set to open this fall at 3865 Preston Road, Frisco. The more than 37,000-square-foot gym will repur- pose the space left from the now-closed 24 Hour Fitness gym. Fitness amenities at Crunch will include a pool, basketball court and several weight machines. The space

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dishes, including dim sum with steamed buns, scallion pancakes and potstickers. 888 Cookhouse also o ! ers fried rice and noodle combos alongside chicken, beef and seafood options. 469-888-4109. www.888cookhouse.com 9 BirdieBox soft-opened in June at 6630 Winning Drive, Ste. 510, Frisco. The gift concierge service o ! ers personalized curation from luxury brands, including Cashmere, Alton Lane, Callaway and more. Personalized branding is also avail- able. www.birdiebox.com 10 Athletico Physical Therapy opened June 28 at 2552 Eldorado Parkway, Frisco. Services at the physical therapy clinic include rehabilitation and services for work-related injuries. Patients can receive a free, 30-minute injury/im- pairment assessment performed by a licensed clinician, according to the clin- ic website. Treatment available includes therapy for back and neck pain, muscle strains and more. 469-305-4147. www.athletico.com/locations/ frisco-teel-eldorado COMING SOON 11 Pet Bar Inc. expects to open a new Frisco location at 4800 Eldorado Park- way in spring 2022. Pet Bar Inc. is a pet grooming store that o ! ers a variety of services, such as self-service washing, full-service washing, grooming and a pet taxi service. 214-434-1290 (Dallas location). www.petbarinc.com

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sits among several Hall Park amenities, such as a ” tness center, walking trails and a car care center. Several membership options are available and detailed on the Common Desk website. In a statement, Common Desk CEO Nick Clark called Hall Park a “premier o $ ce destination” and expressed excitement over future ame- nities in the works at the o $ ce complex. 214-628-7370. https://thecommondesk. com/locations/hall-park-coworking 3 Cava opened in June at 5252 Main St., Ste. 120, Frisco. The fast-casual Mediterra- nean restaurant specializes in build-your- own bowls and also sells dips and spreads. Cava got started in Maryland and now operates around 80 locations, including restaurants in Plano, Southlake and Dallas. 469-283-0848. www.cava.com

NOWOPEN 1 Hotworx opened in mid-July in west Frisco at 8425 FM 423, Ste. 120. The studio o ! ers hot yoga, pilates and high-intensity workouts in saunas designed for small groups. Members can take advantage of the 24-hour studio by signing up for virtually-instructed classes through the Hotworx app. Mats and bands that are speci ” cally designed to withstand high temperatures will be available in-studio. 469-991-0071. www.hotworx.net/studio/westfrisco 2 Common Desk opened July 1 at 3201 Dallas Parkway, Frisco. The two- # oor co-working space o ! ers access to unlim- ited conference room use, and members can take advantage of private chat booths and wellness rooms. The new location

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August events

BY MATT PAYNE

AUGUST 12 ARTS &WINEWALK This event in The Rail District features art, music, wine and shopping. Those age 21 and up can support local shops and indulge in local wines on a stroll through downtown while appreciating local musicians and artists. Tickets are limited. 5-8:30 p.m. $22.50 per person. 7511 Main St. https://tinyurl.com/d7yh6pdk 14 CATCH THE RAIN: DIY RAIN BARRELWORKSHOP This workshop by Play Frisco will teach attendees techniques on how to divert, store and use rainwater for gardens. Workshop leaders will review the basics and bene ! ts of rainwater harvesting. Participants have the option to build and take home a 55-gallon rain barrel at $55 each. The barrel must be ordered prior to the workshop. 10 a.m.-noon. Free. 8300 McKinney Road. 972-292-6500. https://tinyurl.com/4r6a369x 14 DALLAS PREGO EXPO Meet over 70 exhibitors specializing in fertility, pregnancy and parenting skills. Exhibitors will include representatives from hospitals, birthing centers, pediatrician o ” ces, daycares, boutiques and more. Noon-4 p.m.

Tickets are $16 before the show, $20 at the door and $5 for children ages 4-12 years old. VIP tickets are $60. Dallas Frisco Convention Center, 7600 John Q. Hammons Drive. 407-960-2933. www.thepregoexpo.com 14 FRISCO BACKS THE BLUE: PARADE & CAR SHOW Attend a parade supporting law enforcement, starting at Frisco Mercantile, 8980 Preston Road. The parade will end at the Toyota Stadium parking lot where vendors, food, music and a car show will be available for the public to enjoy. Registration for the car show costs $20. Attendance is free. 9200 World Cup Way. 469-632-6993. https://tinyurl. com/3etw9dn9 19 MASH’DMUSIC THURSDAY Request songs from Jett Platt Music while enjoying food at MASH’D. The restaurant serves sandwiches, burgers, tacos, salads and more plus craft cocktails, wine and beer. 6-9 p.m. Free admission. Food prices vary. 3401 Preston Road, Ste. 1. 214-618-9440. https://tinyurl.com/ey22pm8a 20 MUSIC IN THE CHAMBER The McKinney Philharmonic Orchestra presents “Mozart,” a concert highlighting the legendary composer’s works. The concert will be held inside

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Every Saturday from Aug. 7-28, people can stock up on produce, meat, eggs and baked goods sold by local vendors. Tacos from Tacodeli are available as well as bottomless co ! ee from Barking Owl Co ! ee Roasters. Proceeds from the market bene ” t the Rotary Club of Frisco and its charity e ! orts. 8 a.m.-noon. Free. 6048 Frisco Square Blvd. 214-417-5049. https://friscofarmersmarket.net (Courtesy Frisco Rotary Farmers Market)

Revel Patio Grill are hosting this monthly car show. Music will be played, and brunch will be available. Those looking to enter a car, truck or motorcycle should visit www.mustangsallyproductions.com 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Free. 9305 Preston Road. 469-384-7700. https://tinyurl.com/2ut4jter

the Frisco City Council chambers, which was specially designed by architects associated with NYC’s Radio City Music Hall. 8 p.m. $10 for residents, $15 for nonresidents. 6101 Frisco Square Blvd. 972-292-6652. https://tinyurl.com/ 34dk2dhv 22 MUSTANG SALLY CAR, TRUCK &MOTORCYCLE SHOW Mustang Sally Productions and The

Find more or submit Frisco events at communityimpact.com/event-calendar. Event organizers can submit local events online to be considered for the print edition. Submitting details for consideration does not guarantee publication.

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Crews are widening Coit Road from four to six lanes between A SH 121 and Main Street. Construction is homing in on the bridge widening near Lyndhurst Drive as well as median lighting and irrigation services. Pavement panel replacement work started in June and continued through July. Another phase of the project includes widening B Coit from Main to Buckeye Drive. The design of the widening of this section is 90% complete and will widen Coit along this route from four to six lanes. Timeline: December 2020-early 2022 Cost: $7.2 million (from SH 121 to Main)

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In June work was substantially com- pleted to widen A Lebanon Road from Parkwood Boulevard to Ohio Drive. As part of the project, crews also built the eastbound lanes of B John Hickman Parkway. The contractor ! nished the me- dian landscape on Lebanon in June and in July worked on the median landscape and irrigation on John Hickman Parkway. Timeline: August 2020-July 2021 Cost: $5.2 million Funding source: city of Frisco UPCOMING PROJECTS 3 Legacy Drive widening and extension City sta ” and the contractor held a pre- construction meeting in June for a project to extend Legacy Drive from A SH 121 to

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DEVELOPMENT Frisco Station adds new tenant, progresseswith construction

BY MATT PAYNE

district. The six-story, mid-rise of ! ice tower from VanTrust Real Estate was completed in May. Frisco Station is planning 5 million square feet of additional of ! ice space, which will eventually employ 15,000 business profession- als, according to information on the Frisco Station website. Construction to accommodate the workforce will also be completed in coming months. Cadence at Frisco Station is the most recent apartment building and will be complete by the end of the year, according to Frisco Station spokesperson Estelle Cottingham. The 322-unit luxury apartments will be ! ive stories with one- and two-bedroom units, studios and townhomes. Work on the 30-acre park system, Canyon East, will be also complete by year-end, Cottingham said.

Interior Logic Group will add to the growing number of corporations relocating to Frisco once it resides in The Of ! ices Three building at Frisco Station. The California-based interior design provider announced it will open its new of ! ice by this October, to be located at 5844 John Hick- man Parkway, Ste. 100. The new 17,681-square-foot of ! ice will serve as a technology hub and design studio for new homebuilders. “After a thorough search, we identi ! ied Frisco Station as a highly desirable location for attracting top technology talent and design studio location for new home builders,” Interior Logic Group CEO Alan Davenport said in a news release. The Of ! ices Three building is the third of ! ive planned of ! ice build- ings for Frisco Station’s corporate

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The infrastructure improvements at Collin College’s Frisco campus are scheduled for completion inMarch 2022. (Courtesy Collin College)

Collin College renovations progressing By spring 2022, Collin College Frisco will have four newly ren- ovated halls as well as revamped classrooms as a result of the Alumni Hall project. Crews will soon start work on Hall. The # re lane was completed in July, Eyle said. The new # re lane is needed under Frisco city code to allow # re truck access within a 150-foot distance from any portion of Alumni Hall. BY MIRANDA JAIMES

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Collin College trustees approved a maximum price of about $14 million for these projects at an April 28 meeting this year. In 2017, Collin County voters approved $600 million in bond funds for several construction projects across the college system. “We’re kind of winding down the entirety of the bond program, and once those are done, at least as far as the plan now, that’s it,” Eyle said.

the campus’ dining hall, which will include a co ! ee shop, an esports spectator and gaming area, a space for student counseling and desig- nated study areas. Renovations will also take place at Lawler, Heritage and Founders halls. These will include paint and carpet refreshes to select classrooms and o ” ces. This building will be extensively renovated to refresh and repurpose classrooms and labs that will be relocated to the new IT Center building in the fall. Most of the computer labs in Heritage Hall will be repurposed as general-purpose classrooms, said Christopher Eyle, Collin College vice president of facili- ties and construction, in an email. This round of work will follow a new # re lane adjacent to Alumni

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Collin College Frisco’s new IT Center, which has been under construction since December 2019, is gearing up for completion for the fall. The IT Center will hold all campus computer science courses, said Christopher Eyle, Collin College vice president of facilities and construction. “It is coming along very nicely; they’re doing their ! nal walk-through and punch list for the construction,” Eyle said. The Frisco Campus IT Center will be 105,000 square feet and will create more ” exibility for the college’s other buildings, which hold mostly general education classes for students.

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HEALTH CARE Donor centers inNorth Texas seeing ‘severe’ blood shortage

BY BROOKLYNN COOPER

to close for a week, o ” cials said. “The blood supply really cannot go without any donations for more than a day,” Goelzer said. Baylor Scott & White-Frisco has kept enough blood to match the pace of the procedures on schedule, according to Dr. Alexandra Beckett, pathologist and medical director of BSW # Frisco’s clinical laboratory. However, Beckett encouraged people to donate platelets, which have a shelf life of $ ve days. Centers like Carter BloodCare are struggling to keep reserves, necessary for emergency crises like maternal hemorrhaging, because donations are shipped to hospitals in about a day. “Do for others what you’d want done for you,” Modawell said. “There’s going to be a day when you’re probably going to need blood, and you’re going to hope and pray that somebody’s [donated].”

Andy Modawell’s hand rested on the cowboy hat in his lap. The other squeezed a stress ball as blood ! owed out of his arm and into a machine. Modawell, who has Type O-nega- tive blood, donated a double portion of red cells at Carter BloodCare’s Frisco location. He has been a regular donor for about 35 years. In June, the American Red Cross announced a “severe” nationwide blood shortage and implored people with Type O blood to donate. The pandemic kept donors at home, and it is unclear how many regular donors were sick, said Linda Goelzer, Carter BloodCare’s director of public relations. Texas’ shortage was exacerbated by the February snow storm. Carter BloodCare has over 20 locations in North Texas. Loss of elec- tricity, water or both led some centers

Andy Modawell has donated blood for about 35 years. He donates because he has the universal blood type. (Brooklynn Cooper/Community Impact Newspaper)

UPCOMING BLOOD DRIVES There are several opportunities to donate blood in August. • Aug. 12 , 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.: Baylor Scott & White Medical Center Frisco, 5601 Warren Parkway • Aug. 17 , 1-5 p.m.: Peloton Land Solutions, 10875 John W. Elliott Drive • Aug. 28 , 10 a.m.-2 p.m.: Phillips Creek Ranch, 6515 Lone Star Ranch Parkway Carter BloodCare has a list of their donor centers online at ww2.greatpartners.org/donor/schedules/centers. Users can also search for blood drives by ZIP code, county or city.

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CITY Annual water use in Frisco up 1.1B gallons; daily use remains stable

BY MATT PAYNE

North Texas region, then overall water consumption will continue to rise. Amenities in Frisco homes that use water also make the recom- mended 140 gallons per person a day a tough goal, he said, adding that a majority of homes in the city have an irrigation system. “It’s going to be di ” cult for a city as a # uent as Frisco to reach [140 gallons per person per day], just because of the number and size of the homes,” Grant said. “The irriga- tion systems, the number of pools … when you think about the state as a whole, Frisco is probably way, way above average in those kinds of amenities.” Grant said the city is consistently anticipating higher demand for water in future years. “The faster that the whole state of Texas grows, the more precious our water becomes,” he said.

In 2020, Frisco saw a 1.1 billion gallon increase in annual water consumption, according to the city’s yearly water quality report. The average daily water usage per person, however, remained rela- tively steady. Last year, water use in Frisco averaged 158 gallons per person per day, which yearly reports indicate is 1 gallon up from 2019. Kevin Grant, assistant director of public works, said that while the statistic is above the state-recommended goal of 140, a mostly static average usage is a good sign for water conservation. “If the gallons per person per day is staying the same, then our water conservation e ! orts are working,” Grant said. “We’ve just got more people.” Grant said that as long as booming population growth continues in the

Frisco draws treated water from the North Texas Municipal Water District. City o ! cials said the district is consistently anticipating higher demand in future years. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper) WATER USE AND POPULATION As population in Frisco has risen in recent years, the average daily water usage per person each year has begun to stabilize.

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