Wells Fargo Advisors Is Leasing an Office in the Newest High Rise at The Star in Frisco

Rendering of the new Business and Innovation Hub at The Star in Frisco. [Rendering: HKS]

A California-based Wells Fargo subsidiary, Wells Fargo Advisors, is leasing an 18,603-square-foot office in the newest high rise at The Star development in Frisco.

According to a report by Steve Brown in the Dallas Morning News, Wells Fargo plans to start work in March on its offices at 17 Cowboys Way in the $1.5 billion development, with work slated to be completed by the fall.

Wells Fargo Advisors is a financial advisory services, investments, and brokerage services unit of the $83 billion revenue Wells Fargo company.

The $3 million construction project is being designed by Dallas’ SGDesign Inc., according to documents filed with the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation, the DMN notes.

The Star has seen several major additions in the past months, with Wells Fargo joining Comerica Bank, McAfee Corp., and accounting firm Cain Watters & Associates as new tenants in the 314,000-square-foot tower.

Set to open this year, the office tower is a project of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ Blue Star Land and Lincoln Property Co.

Next door to the new tower, Blue Star is building a 15-story office tower that will be home to about 2,000 workers for New York-based pension and investment firm TIAA.

The Star development’s 91 acres are anchored by the Dallas Cowboys headquarters, its team practice field, and a 12,000-seat indoor stadium. Also nearby is the headquarters of Keurig Dr Pepper.

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