By: Steve Brown, Real Estate Editor | Online, The Dallas Morning News | March 26, 2021
Construction has hit the halfway mark on the PGA of America’s new headquarters in Frisco.
The 106,622-square-foot, 6.2-acre office project is part of the huge mixed-use complex the PGA is building just south of U.S. Highway 380.
Along with the office building, the 660-acre project includes two new championship golf courses, the 500-room Omni PGA Frisco Resort and a golf entertainment district.
The PGA’s four-story office building will open early next year and is being built by general contractor Adolfson & Peterson Construction.
Commercial property firm Cushman & Wakefield is overseeing the headquarters development, which was designed by architect Page Sutherland Page.
The headquarters building will house about 150 PGA employees and has a top-floor conference room and an outdoor terrace overlooking the golf course.
“This important milestone in the development of our new headquarters is an exciting time for the PGA of America,” PGA president Jim Richerson said in a statement. “Our headquarters will be the heartbeat of our association and is an important component of an innovative and beautiful campus that will define PGA Frisco and serve as a positive addition to the community.”
The PGA headquarters will include golf education space and indoor training facilities with a chipping area, putting green, golf simulators and a driving range. It also has a video studio and a trophy gallery.
The PGA is moving its base to Frisco from Florida.
“This project is a prominent addition to the relocation of corporate headquarters to North Texas, and Adolfson & Peterson is honored to be a part of it,” Granger Hassmann, vice president of Adolfson & Peterson Construction, said in a statement.
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