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                    [post_content] => Last week when Legacy West opened, Windrose Avenue was closed to traffic so visitors could walk in the large boulevard and see the new development.

The new Liberty Mutual building on the horizon--which is still being built--seemed to symbolize that Legacy West is not fully finished. But the new development had enough restaurants and shops ready to celebrate the new space in Plano, Texas, which is one of the largest developments to ever take place in the state.

“It’s nice to have things closer,” Frisco resident Emily Herbold said. “There’s a variety of things for a variety of people whether you’re a single person or have a family.”

The streets at Legacy West are lined with restaurants of all varieties, from upscale dining like Dallas’ favorite Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House, sister restaurant’s True Foods and North Italy to the all so popular Shake Shack. Read more about the restaurants here.

Herbold won’t need to go downtown anymore to find things to do, and she likes everything else that is being built out, including the new companies moving to Plano.

“Corporate opportunities are right next door now,” she said.

Thanks to a great tax incentive by the City of Plano and the Legacy West development, several huge companies are moving in the area. Legacy West and Plano have attracted Toyota Motor North America, Liberty Mutual Insurance and JPMorgan Chase & Co, and most recently, Boeing has announced it will relocate its global services division headquarters in the area too. Read more about how Collin County is transforming.

“We’re excited to see this,” said Beth J, who has lived in Plano for 15 years.

“I do wonder how this is going to increase taxes and traffic,” she said. “But I think it’s great for the economy.”

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“Work on the project is scheduled to be completed in early 2018, weather permitting,” according to an NTTA press release.

Because of the new development, it’s going to attract visitors from across the DFW area.

Steve Hussman visited Legacy West from Fort Worth.

“I had to come check it out,” he said. “The way they have it setup with offices, restaurants and living is pretty nice. I’ll definitely come back.”
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                    [post_content] => The largest urban village development—Legacy West—opened in Plano on Friday.

Collin County is now known for its booming economic landscape, however, the opening of Legacy West, a $3.2 billion dollar development, has set a new standard in commercial real estate for the area.

Legacy West is a 225-acre project with hotels, restaurants, high-end shops and apartments residing along Dallas North Tollway and State HWY 121. Because of the massive development, corporate offices like the new Toyota North America headquarters, Liberty Mutual and FedEx will surround the developments, bringing a surge of new jobs to the area.

The grand opening planned by DFW Events and Legacy West, showcased treats by Sprinkles Cupcakes, signature cocktails, live entertainment and food all proving to be as big as the Texas-sized state.

Sprinkles, Legacy West, Plano, HingePoint

“This is one of the bigger grand openings of a shopping center in a long time,” said Mary Francis-Hurt, event coordinator for DFW Events. “It is truly a shopping and dining experience.”

The streets at Legacy West are lined with restaurants of all varieties, from upscale dining like Dallas’ favorite Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House, sister restaurant’s True Foods and North Italy to the all so popular Shake Shack.

There will also be a five-story cafeteria and brewery.



North Italia and True Foods are owned by Fox restaurant concepts, a culinary group of multi-faceted restaurants whose mission is to reinvent the way people experience food. One of the keys to their success is finding the best locations.

"We were obviously very particular about what markets we went into," said True Foods general manager Amy Adams. "It has to be a market that is going to understand and appreciate everything we do, and how can you look at this development and not want to be a part of it?"

True Foods was the chosen location to host the VIP ribbon cutting ceremony and featured a special cocktail for the event. Retail shopping was also a large part of the allure with big brand names like Tesla Motors, West Elm and Johnny Was a boho-chic boutique from Los Angeles.

"I think it is going to bring in a whole new dynamic to the area and taking Plano up a notch," said Louri Campbell, assistant manager at Johnny Was. "We are excited to be a part of such a progressive and unique development because there is really nothing like this going on in North Texas."

Johnny Was, Legacy West, Plano

Development in North Texas is not slowing down, suburban areas like Plano and Frisco are currently at a pinnacle of growth; take for example The Star in Frisco, the new Liberty Mutual building and Toyota’s headquarters.

The opening of Legacy Plano West is just proof that everything is bigger in Texas.

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The streets at Legacy West are lined with restaurants of all varieties, from upscale dining like Dallas’ favorite Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House, sister restaurant’s True Foods and North Italy to the all so popular Shake Shack. Read more about the restaurants here.

Herbold won’t need to go downtown anymore to find things to do, and she likes everything else that is being built out, including the new companies moving to Plano.

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“I do wonder how this is going to increase taxes and traffic,” she said. “But I think it’s great for the economy.”

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