A sought-after luxury condominium tower in Legacy West is slated to start next month with an official groundbreaking ceremony, which will bring 90 luxury residences to the $3.2 billion, 255-acre corporate magnet.
In April, the 24-story luxury tower, called Windrose Tower at Legacy West, was already 80 percent reserved by residents wanting to make Plano's Legacy West community their home.
At the time, Jim Duggan, who is a co-developer of the project on behalf of Windrose Condominiums LLC, said he expected the sales pace to pick up as the condo tower got closer to getting underway.
This will be the only condominium tower of its kind in Legacy West, which is home to Toyota North America and massive regional offices for JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Windrose Tower is relocating executives and people wanting to live near the walkable amenities of Legacy West, which include restaurants, shops, hotels and entertainment.
Duggan is co-developer of the project with Ted Bradford, Mark Bradford, Ron Gafford and LJ Ericsson. GDA Architects is the project architect of the tower. Al Coker & Associates is overseeing the marketing and the sales of Windrose Tower.
Plans for the tower include floor-to-ceiling glass, European cabinetry and balconies with built-in fireplaces. The community will also have an exclusive owner's lounge, fitness center, spa, two guest suites and a resort-style pool with an outdoor living room, fireplace and kitchen.
In all, Legacy West will be home to more than 15,000 jobs in the next few years, with future projects expected to bolster that employment within the 255-acre project to 20,000 workers.