Apartments on the way in next phase of Plano’s Legacy Central project

Apartments on the way in next phase of Plano’s Legacy Central project

Legacy Central – the $300 million reboot of Texas Instruments old Plano campus – is breaking new ground with apartment construction.

Developer Trammell Crow Residential has started work on the first rental units in the 84-acre mixed-use project at U.S. Highway 75 and Legacy Drive.

The apartment development at the south end of the project is part of Los Angeles-based Regent Properties plan to give new life to the old tech campus.

Regent Properties has already remodeled the first of four old TI buildings into new office space and is building a parking garage.

Along with the offices, Plano officials okayed zoning for almost 700 apartments, retail space and a hotel in the project on the west side of U.S. 75.

The first 385 Crow Residential apartments are being built on what was previously a surface parking lot.

“We should deliver the first apartment units in late summer or early fall of 2019,” said Crow Residential’s Matt Enzler.

The 5-story, urban style apartment village will be one of the most visible changes to the former TI site, which was built starting in the 1980s.

Regent Properties bought the 1 million-square-foot campus in early 2016.

The new owners have added huge murals to the existing buildings, put in landscaping to update Legacy Central.

A conference center and fitness facilities have been added.

Office buildings in the Legacy Central project have been redone for new business tenants.

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