The new owners of The Shops at Willow Blend are planning a $100M makeover to help the shopping center reach its potential.
Starwood Retail Partners purchased the shopping center from Taubman Centers Inc. last year. The company plans several major additions, including a Class-A office building, a hotel and an entertainment district with up to eight restaurants. Starwood is working through plans for another anchor fashion store and residences, the Dallas Morning News reports.
There’s a lot happening in Plano! Great news for a new owner at Junction 15.
It’s been seven months since Dallas-based Texas Instruments (Nasdaq: TXN) placed its 84-acre Spring Creek campus in East Plano on the market and, now its under contract to a Los Angeles-based real estate investment firm.
Regent Properties plans to begin a massive redevelopment of the campus after the deal closes in mid-November, spending more than $150 million on re-positioning the nearly 1-million-square-foot facility, with a new master plan, facade improvements and interior renovations.
A Dallas-based developer is poised to transform an iconic office building in downtown Houston into a luxury apartment tower that blends historical architectural elements with modern amenities.
Todd Interests is under contract to purchase and redevelop the Great Southwest Building, formerly known as the Petroleum Building. The 21-story office tower, built in 1927, is located on Texas Avenue, between Austin and Capitol streets, along the eastern half of city Block 72 near Minute Maid Park.
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