Yesterday the Cowboys cut the ribbon on their new $1.5 billion-ish world headquarters known as The Star in Frisco, Texas, moving from their prior headquarters in the Northern District of Texas. The club started with offices and stadium in Dallas in 1960, then moved both stadium (1971) and later offices (1985) west to Irving, then even further west to their current stadium in Arlington (2009) before deciding to head if not exactly behind the Pine Curtain at least in that direction this year for a new headquarters.
The facility includes a 12,000 seat enclosed stadium known as the Ford Center that will be used by all eight Frisco high schools on Thursday and Friday nights. Actually all eight will be playing each other this weekend, including Saturday to kick off their use of the new stadium. (No clue how they'll determine who the home team is). It will be the second-largest high school stadium in Collin County, behind Allen (18,000 seats), which is just down the tollway, although the Toyota Center, which also hosts Frisco high school games but built primarily for soccer, does hold 20,500. The new stadium under construction in McKinney, just a tad further down the tollway is set to hold 12,000 as well.
The facility is located in Collin County a few miles north of the federal courthouse in Plano. You can drive by and see it while at this year's bench/bar in Plano in October - the hotel is even closer than the courthouse is. I don't believe it is open for tours yet, but I understand it will be at some point.