Construction is underway on the $1.6 billion, 175-acre Wade Park mixed-use development in Frisco, but Atlanta-based developer Thomas Land & Development is ready to expand the project's plans. The development firm is enthusiastic it can play a part in Frisco's "major growth," with Wade Park, President and CEO Stan Thomas said. That enthusiasm is playing out in expanding the vision of the project. "Attention to detail in developing a unique experience, while also creating a sense of community, is the driving vision behind the design, with the perfect mix of modern and comfortable urban living in one of North Texas' most in-demand locations," Thomas said in a statement. The Wade Park project is off the Dallas North Tollway and Lebanon Road on a stretch of road eco-devo officials are naming Frisco's '$5 Billion Mile,' because of the amount of construction work within that area of the city, which includes the new world headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys. Recently, Wade Park landed Whole Food Market, iPic Theaters and Pinstripes with plans to announce more retailers this year. The project will total 600,000 square feet of walkable retail at built-out.