Former Dallas Mavericks head coach Don Nelson has a new gig — in real estate. Nelson has joined about a dozen other investors in Frisco Fairways L.P., which is poised to take over and jump-start Frisco Square, a stalled, $1 billion mixed-use development south of Main Street off the Dallas North Tollway.
Pending Frisco City Council approval on April 5, Fairways Frisco L.P. will have controlling interest in the 147-acre complex.
The four lead partners are Jim Leslie, Brant Bryan, Cathy Sweeney and David Stringfield, who also run the national capital markets group of New York-based Cresa Partners L.L.C.
Original article in Dallas Business Journal
by Christine Perez, Staff Writer