Moss Utilities and Moss Excavation will be partnering up with Henry Builders on this project.
The planned development at the northeast corner of Headquarters Drive and the Dallas North Tollway will include two office towers and a luxury hotel. Construction on the high-rise project, called Headquarters II, is scheduled to start later this year, according to developer Randy Heady.
“It will take 14 to 15 months to build,” Heady said. “We already have 10 to 12 prospects for the first building.”
The office towers will be connected with a parking garage that includes an “amenity deck” on the roof with lounge, food service and meeting space. The first phase of the more than 5-acre project will be built on the north side of Headquarters Drive with the hotel next door on the corner of the tollway.
Heady said he’s in talks with several hotel firms to build and operate the project.
“They all want to be close to Toyota,” Heady said of the carmaker’s new North American headquarters farther west on Headquarters Drive.
“Headquarters is the main entry to Legacy West,” he said. “This will be the biggest building we have ever built and the tallest.”
Heady Investments has built seven office projects along the tollway in Plano and Frisco. The developer built the Headquarters One building in 2013 right across the street from the current development site. In 2016, the firm opened a 170,000-square-foot building on the tollway in Frisco.