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Discover the latest news about Windrose Tower and Legacy West, the hub of activity in Plano, Texas. Get updates about the tower’s progress, while reading about the newest restaurants and shops to marvel.

planoprofile: Legacy Hall adds taproom kitchen and updated wine bar

Updates and Additions Shift Atmosphere at Legacy Hall Patrons of Legacy Hall will notice recent enhancements throughout the food hall. Changes include the newly renovated Blush Wine Bar on the first floor and the addition of High Bar Kitchen & Tap. The new full-service kitchen has additional comfortable seating on the third floor near the […]

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Plano Star Courier: Plano Council Approves Master Plan for Future Legacy Drive Park

Plano Parks will seek resident feedback on a new Legacy Drive Park Plano City Council approved $64,600 to fund a master plan for the new Legacy Drive Park. The proposed location is between Legacy Drive and Communications Parkway. In 2017, Plano Parks purchased the park site – 7.11 acres of land – after noticing residential units […]

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Eater Dallas: Italian Gelateria Amorino’s Instagrammable Rose Cones Have Arrived in Plano

Amorino Makes its Legacy West Debut DFW’s newest destination for Instagram-friendly gelato cones, Amorino Gelato, has finally opened in Legacy West. The newest location at 7700 Windrose Avenue, unit G157 is the third Texas outpost for the Italian import. The retailer already operates locations in Houston and at Fort Worth’s Shops at Clearfork. In addition to beautiful rose-shaped cones […]

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D Magazine: 7 Dallas Shops and Showrooms to Visit Now

Legacy West’s Neighborhood Goods Offers ‘Great Goods’ As long-standing department stores slowly begin to incorporate technology from iPhone apps to podcasts, Neighborhood Goods opened in Legacy West this fall with every imaginable innovation already in mind. Co-founded by entrepreneur Matt Alexander and real estate investor Mark Masinter, Neighborhood Goods is predominately working with direct-to-consumer, digitally native […]

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Commercial Property Executive: Equus Capital Acquires Dallas-Area Office Building

Equus Capital Partners Ltd Acquires Lincoln Legacy One Equus Capital Partners Ltd. has acquired Lincoln Legacy One, a 207,834-square-foot Class A office building situated in the mixed-use park known as Legacy Town Center in Plano, Texas. The property’s previous owner was Germany-based LIC Asset Management, according to Yardi Matrix. The buyer has closed the acquisition […]

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Dallas Morning News: Dallas’ Highland Capital Just Bought Plano’s Huge Former EDS HQ

Dallas Investment Firm Highland Capital Buys One of Plano’s biggest Business Campuses Deed records show the 1.6 million-square-foot former Electronic Data Systems office complex has been purchased by Dallas’ Highland Capital Management. Opened in 1992, the sprawling complex is just east of the Dallas North Tollway on Legacy Drive. The property — owned since 2008 by Hewlett […]

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Plano Magazine: Serena Williams Visits Plano’s Neighborhood Goods

Legacy West’s Neighborhood Goods Holds Private Party to Welcome Serena Serena Williams is a globally celebrated champion tennis player, philanthropist, public figure and new mother. Now, she is also an entrepreneur and creator of the clothing line Serena. Legacy West’s Neighborhood Goods held a private party Saturday evening to welcome Serena’s line. The store gave […]

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D Magazine: Inside Neighborhood Goods, a Modern Take on the Department Store

Matt Alexander and Mark Masinter retool the department store formula at Plano’s Legacy West During a time when most traditional retailers are struggling to compete, entrepreneur Matt Alexander and real estate investor Mark Masinter decided to go for something a little different with Neighborhood Goods, which opened in Plano’s Legacy West development this fall. “We had […]

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WFAA: New Plano landscape leads police to do fast-rope training

Plano’s Upward Expansion Leads to New Opportunities for Plano SWAT There is no denying that Plano’s landscape has changed. Representatives with the city tell WFAA that Plano is 95 percent built out. However, that number has no bearing on what can be built up. Mark Bradford of Bradford Putnam Realty, partner in the Windrose Tower […]

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D Magazine: 5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Living in a High Rise in Plano (Yes, Plano!)

Get Ready for Highrise Living at Windrose Tower If you’ve driven through Uptown Dallas lately, you’ve probably noticed quite a few luxury residential high rises. (They’re everywhere!) And for good reason—empty nesters and busy business executives are looking for a spot to hang their hat without the fuss of homeownership. However, head north of 635 […]

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