DALLAS, April 3, 2017 – Brown Company Partners has selected Cushman & Wakefield to oversee leasing of Legacy Park, what ultimately will be a five-building office campus in Plano’s Legacy business park. The single-story office buildings sit off Spring Creek Parkway at Parkwood Boulevard.
Two of the five facilities have already been constructed on a speculative basis. Building A is 25,200 square feet and Building B is 28,000 square feet. The remaining three, which range from 28,000 to 56,000 square feet, will be developed as leasing momentum builds. They also could be constructed as build-to-suits. The campus was designed by O’Brien Architects.
“We’re excited to be working with Cushman & Wakefield on the project,” said David Karr, Managing Partner at Brown Company Partners. “We’ve built a great couple of buildings in a market with tremendous momentum and think Legacy Park would be an ideal home for any number of corporate clients.”
The campus, which sits just a block off the Dallas North Tollway, also provides easy access to State Highway 121 and Preston Road. In the heart of the Legacy development, it’s surrounded by hundreds of restaurant, retail, and entertainment venues. Amenities include a generous parking ratio of 5 to 1,000 square feet, building signage, and an ability to draw power from multiple substations. “The abundant bandwidth and redundant power in the area has been a main draw for numerous adjacent data center providers, and we believe our clients can benefit from these hard-to-find resources,” Karr said.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Trey Smith, Executive Managing Director, and Ward Eastman and Lauren Napper, both Senior Directors, will oversee leasing of Legacy Park. “It’s ideally suited for tenants that need easy in and out access and efficient, open-space floor plans,” Eastman said.
The Legacy region is booming, as major campuses for Toyota Motor North America, JP Morgan Chase, Liberty Mutual, and other major corporations near completion at the 250-acre Legacy West, which also includes a massive restaurant and multifamily component.
“Legacy and Plano have it all—access to talented employees, rich amenities, and a wide variety of housing,” Eastman said. “It’s a market that continues to shine.”
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