NewcrestImage Breaks Ground on New Hyatt House Hotel in Frisco

NewcrestImage recently broke ground for the development of a new, extended stay hotel in Frisco. Dubbed Hyatt House Frisco, the project is the first new-build Hyatt House Hotel in Texas. Located at 2875 Parkwood Blvd., the asset is within walking distance of the Frisco Conference Center, the Dr. Pepper Ballpark, Dr. Pepper Arena, the Stonebriar Centre mall and less than a mile from the future practice facility of the Dallas Cowboys.

Hyatt House Frisco Rendering

NewcrestImage recently broke ground on a new extended-stay hotel in Frisco. Dubbed Hyatt House Frisco, the project is the first new-build Hyatt House hotel in Texas. Located at 2875 Parkwood Blvd., the asset is within walking distance of the Frisco Conference Center, the Dr. Pepper Ballpark, Dr. Pepper Arena and the Stonebriar Centre mall, and less than a mile from the future practice facility of the Dallas Cowboys.

“We’re thrilled to welcome NewcrestImage to Frisco,” said Mayor Maher Maso in an official statement. “We’re proud NewcrestImage chose Frisco to develop its Hyatt House hotel, a premier property that will attract new tourism and business opportunities to our growing community. We look forward to working with NewcrestImage on future partnerships that build upon Frisco’s reputation as a major destination for sports, entertainment and conventions.”

The 132-room hotel has been slated to open sometime toward the end of 2015 and will be managed by NewcrestImage. Upon completion, it will feature studio and one- and two-bedroom suites that come with a bevy of amenities, such as a living room-like lounge, complementary hot breakfast, laundry facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi, flat panel HDTVs and a 24-hour workout room.

Hyatt’s Real Estate and Development Vice President, Jason Gregorek, also expressed his optimism regarding the new project, considering it “a great addition to the area as it continues to grow, and … an ideal home base for business and leisure travelers visiting the many corporate facilities, sports arenas, and music and culture venues in the area.”

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