Hyatt Regency Stonebriar eyes 2020 opening

Sam Moon Group is the hotel developer; Brasfield & Gorrie is the contractor; HKS is the architect; and Looney & Associates is managing the interior design.
Sam Moon Group is developer of Hyatt Regency Stonebriar, while Brasfield & Gorrie is the contractor, HKS is the architect and Looney & Associates is managing the interior design. Photo credit: HKS

The skeleton of the Hyatt Regency Stonebriar in Frisco, Texas, has been completed. The 18-story, 303-room hotel is slated to open in 2020.

Sam Moon Group is the hotel developer; Brasfield & Gorrie is the contractor; HKS is the architect; and Looney & Associates is managing the interior design.

Upon completion, the hotel will have a 54,585-square-foot conference center with a grand ballroom, junior ballroom and additional breakout spaces; an 800-space parking garage, of which 200 spaces will be available for game-day parking at the nearby Dr. Pepper ballpark; and a 3,000-square-foot Frisco Public Library that will connect directly to the mall.

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The hotel will be attached to the Stonebriar Centre mall on the second floor and is located between Nordstrom and Dillard’s.

Design-wise, the Hyatt Regency Stonebriar is poised to evoke a "genuine Texas flavor" created with subtle textures and colors, and tactile natural materials. Inspired by the city of Frisco, it will have soft architectural lighting and dramatic focal elements to highlight key spaces and guide guests throughout. The hotel will also have views of Frisco.

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