JPMorgan Chase & Co. to start construction on 1M SF campus in Legacy West

Financial giant JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) has finished buying a total of 50 acres within the $3.2 billion Legacy West development to build its multi-building campus, which is expected to cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Construction on the 1 million-square-foot campus, which upon completion will house up to 6,000 employees, is expected to get underway in the next few weeks. The land deal closed Thursday afternoon. JPMorgan Chase plans to begin construction on its 1 Million-square-foot multi-building in Legacy West. Gensler JPMorgan Chase purchased 49 acres at Headquarters Drive and Communications Parkway in Plano, as well as a 1-acre parcel at the corner of Communications Par

Five Of The Most Massive Legacy Developments

The Legacy submarket in Plano is turning out to be a place where giants grow. Big companies become bigger. The square footage and money invested is eye-popping. Read on for five of the most massive, sprawling developments at Legacy. Palladium USA’s project in Legacy West is slated to be the tallest high-rise apartment community in the second phase of Legacy. Reaching 30 stories and containing over 300 apartment homes from 650 SF to upwards of 5,500 SF, Palladium USA’s tower threw down the gauntlet. Trammell Crow responded by pondering its own luxury high-rise residential tower on the opposite side of the Tollway. Creston Electronics will bring hundreds of new employees into Legacy when the n

A look inside Toyota North America's new Plano corporate campus

Construction on Toyota North America's 100-acre corporate campus in West Plano is more than 50 percent completed, which will bring a collaborative work environment to the Japanese automaker's 4,000 U.S. employees upon completion next year. All in, Toyota's relocation to North Texas will cost the company more than $1 billion, which includes developing the campus and relocating thousands of employees to the region. A look at one of the lobbies in the North American campus Toyota North America unveiled the interior design of its campus at a community meeting Tuesday evening, which will help the automaker accommodate its U.S. workforce. "We are feeling good about where we are," Cheryl Hughes, To

Commercial Real Estate Is Booming In Plano

The next time you’re in Plano, try to count the cranes. The area is home to some great new projects, and here are some to keep an eye on. Granite Park Soon, there will be three new office buildings at the popular Granite Park site at Dallas North Tollway and State Highway 121. Fannie Mae is breaking ground on its 330k SF building any day now. Collectively, these new structures will add more than 1M SF of office space to the mixed-use development, which already includes five office buildings, retail space and a full-service Hilton. Capital One Facility A four-story office building is under construction at 8058 Dominion Pkwy, Capital One’s 75-acre Plano campus. The 205k SF facility is the seve

Toyota reaches $1 billion milestone for move into new Plano headquarters

Two years ago, Toyota Motor Co. (NYSE: TM) unveiled plans to establish the company's new North American headquarters in Plano, which will ultimately bring its 4,000 U.S. employees to North Texas on a campus-style environment. Ultimately, the headquarters will give the Japanese automaker the ability to better serve its customers and position Toyota for long-term growth. Twin six-story buildings. East 1 and West 1, face Headquarters Drive and serve as the main buildings with five more being built behind them on Toyota North America's 100-acre corporate campus in West Plano. JAKE DEAN "We've been operating across the United States with manufacturing in Kentucky and a sales department in Calif

Potential 15-story Hyatt Regency hotel connected to Stonebriar Mall proposed in Frisco

A May 2010 aerial view of Stonebriar Centre shopping mall and the surrounding area in Frisco, TX, shown in this view looking northwest. The main mall building in the center of the photo shows JCPenney on the right, the AMC movie theater and other stores in the center. (Single Serving media) Out-of-town visitors who shop til they drop at Frisco’s giant Stonebriar Centre could soon have a new place to crash. A proposal is in the works to build a Hyatt Regency hotel that connects to the mall. The hotel, which would be a minimum of 15 stories and 295 rooms, would also include a city-owned conference center and a small space for the city’s public library. The hotel is being proposed by the Dallas

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