Comerica Bank Opens New Frisco Business & Innovation Hub

Comerica said the new hub at 17 Cowboys Way at The Star in Frisco was created to meet the evolving needs of Comerica Bank’s colleagues and customers. A tour included a look at the new Comerica CoWorkSpaces location, which anchors the building's entire first floor.

Executives with Dallas-based Comerica Bank and leaders from the city of Frisco were on hand for the recent opening of Comerica’s new Frisco Business & Innovation Hub.

Comerica said the hub at 17 Cowboys Way at The Star was created to meet the evolving needs of its colleagues and customers. The building features enhanced technology to bolster mobility and prioritize collaboration, while also supporting individual focus and productivity, Comerica said.

Comerica said it took attendees on a tour of the roughly 100,000-square-foot hub, which is located on floors 9 through 11 of the new building, which opened its doors n 2023.

Check presented to Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce

Comerica Bank and United Way of Metropolitan Dallas check presentation to the Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce [Photo: Suad Bejtovic Photography]

Along with the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Comerica presented a $25,000 check to the Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce as part of its $1 million commitment to United Way of Metropolitan Dallas.

The $25,000 grant to the Collin County Black Chamber funds the Entrepreneurial Preparatory Program, a six-week cohort that equips entrepreneurs with the essential foundation to propel their ventures to the next level, Comerica said.

L to R: Corey Bailey, Executive Director Middle Market & Business Banking; Von Hays, Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel; Melinda Chausse, Chief Credit Officer; Bruce Mitchell, Chief Information Officer; James Herzog, Chief Financial Officer; Curt Farmer, Chairman, President & CEO; Megan Crespi, Chief Operating Officer; Christal Howard, Frisco Chamber of Commerce President; John Keating, Frisco Mayor Pro Tem; Peter Sefzik, Chief Banking Officer; Wendy Bridges, Executive Director of Corporate Responsibility; and Jason Ford, Frisco Economic Development Corporation President.

Tour included bank’s new Comerica CoWorkSpaces location

Attendees got a look at the bank’s newest and largest Comerica CoWorkSpaces location in North Texas, which anchors the entire first floor of the office tower overlooking Dallas North Tollway.

Comerica said its “state-of-the-art,” 4,023-square-foot CoWorkSpaces location is the first in the CoWorkSpaces program to feature brand new, ground-up design and construction, offering free space for coworking, community events and networking to Comerica small business customers.

According to Comerica, the space functions as a part of the North Texas business ecosystem with a focus on Collin and Denton Counties’ entrepreneurs and small businesses, as well as local nonprofit organizations.

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