Hall Office Park, Frisco

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    H. O. P. (Hall Office Park)

    by grandmaR Written Apr 8, 2006

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    In addition to the art and sculpture part of the Hall Office Park (which is apparently called H.O.P) there are grounds with ponds and flowers. According to their website they are enhancing the natural environment with a wandering landscape of lakes, bridges, and walking and running paths

    Our granddaughter got to see ducks, and even though it was only mid February, there were some flowers in bloom.

    Lake Other side of the lake Forsythia Bridge Fountains
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    Hall Office Park

    by keeweechic Updated Jul 16, 2003

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    This is not your usual development park but quitean amazing business park which is beautifully landscaped. While it may not normally be on your list of ‘Must See’, this park has gone the extra distance by including through the park, 100 pieces of art along with 37 sculptures.

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    Texas Sculptured Gardens

    by keeweechic Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Driving through Hall Office Park you will see the oddest sculptures dotting beautifully manicured lawns and landscaped gardens. It is almost like a small city. There are 37 which have produced by some of Texas’ most famous artists.

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