Stonebriar Centre

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Stonebriar Centre
LocationFrisco, Texas
Coordinates33°05′57″N 96°48′41″W / 33.099257°N 96.811476°W / 33.099257; -96.811476Coordinates: 33°05′57″N 96°48′41″W / 33.099257°N 96.811476°W / 33.099257; -96.811476
Address2601 Preston Rd
Frisco, TX 75034
Opening dateAugust 4, 2000; 19 years ago (2000-08-04)
DeveloperGeneral Growth Properties
ManagementBrookfield Properties Retail Group
OwnerBrookfield Properties Retail Group
No. of stores and services206
No. of anchor tenants12 (11 open, 1 vacant)
Total retail floor area1,703,715 sq ft (158,280 m2)
No. of floors5 (AMC theater on 3rd, 4th, and 5th levels)

Stonebriar Centre, sometimes referred to as Stonebriar Mall, is a mid-range shopping mall located at the intersection of Preston Road (SH 289) and the Sam Rayburn Tollway (SH 121) in Frisco, Texas, U.S.. It contains 4 major department store anchor tenants, a 24-screen AMC movie theater, 2 major restaurants, a Dave & Buster's, and soon, Texas's first Kidzania.


In 1988, Homart, then a subsidiary of Sears, planned on putting a million square foot mall in Frisco, which was a town of about 6,000 people at the time.[2]

When Plano city officials learned of Homart's plan, they offered $10 million if the company would move its planned mall across the road into their city limits. Frisco lobbied to keep the planned mall and was able to work out tax incentives to close the deal. Plano then convinced another company, General Growth Properties, to place a mall within their city limits. In 1995, General Growth acquired Homart who had already signed an agreement with Frisco.[3] The City of Frisco made a final offer to General Growth of a half-cent sales tax rebate, property tax abatement for ten years, and infrastructure improvements in and around the mall. Plano continued to lobby hard for the new mall and Frisco eventually upped its sales-tax grant. Frisco finally won the fight and on August 4, 2000, the mall opened.[4]

In July 2013, the ice rink at the mall was closed.[5]

In 2015, Sears Holdings spun off 235 of its properties, including the Sears at Stonebriar Centre, into Seritage Growth Properties.[6]

In 2017, Carlo's Bake Shop opened at the mall.[7]

In May 2018, a teenager was arrested for planning to commit a mass shooting at the mall.[8][9]

KidZania is opening in fall 2019.[10]

In January 2019, Sears closed its doors as part of Sears Holdings filing for Bankruptcy.[11]

In April 2019, Apple Store closed its store at the mall and relocated to the Galleria Dallas.

Anchor tenants[edit]

The following are the anchor stores of the mall:[1]

Inside Stonebriar Centre mall

Former tenants[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Stonebriar Centre". Brookfield Properties Retail Group.
  2. ^ "Welcome to Boomtown". D Magazine. March 2003.
  3. ^ "Sears Completes Sale of Its Homart Unit". The New York Times. Reuters. December 27, 1995.
  4. ^ Wigglesworth, Valerie (August 1, 2010). "Stonebriar Centre has transformed Frisco's look". The Dallas Morning News.
  5. ^ Abril, Danielle (July 1, 2013). "Stonebriar Centre to close its ice skating rink". American City Business Journals.
  6. ^
  7. ^ Kezar, Korri (December 30, 2016). "Restaurant Roundup: Shake Shack bringing ordering app to Uptown". American City Business Journals.
  8. ^ Wigglesworth, Valerie (May 2, 2018). "Plano teen arrested in ISIS-inspired plot to commit mass shooting at Frisco's Stonebriar mall". The Dallas Morning News.
  9. ^ ENGLISH, STEPHEN; STOKES III, PRESCOTTE (May 2, 2018). "North Texas teenager arrested, charged with planning ISIS-inspired mass shooting". Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  10. ^ Wigglesworth, Valerie (March 17, 2017). "Indoor theme park KidZania expected to be 'a big hit here' when it opens". The Dallas Morning News.
  11. ^

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