Let’s talk a moment about some of the really impressive features that will grace Legacy West’s ‘Urban Village’. Here we will see a lot of firsts for Plano, Texas.
This area of the development will cost around $400 Million and is a three and a half block long project that’s being called a ‘city within a city’.
There’s a beautiful fountain, with music which sounds nice and maybe quaint. This happens to be a $4 million fountain that is truly impressive, with a state of the art sound system and water that dances to the music.
It’s not a big surprise to anyone that there will be quite a few restaurants opening this year at Legacy West, after all the thousands of employees, business owners, residents and visitors will all need to eat. But this is no ordinary development so of course the food experience has to extraordinary.
Every restaurant will have a patio and the pavers they’ve installed are just beautiful. If you don’t have time for a relaxed meal you can always check out the food court. This is not your average food court. This food court is three stories high and boasts over 23 restaurants, styled in a way that’s meant to bring a little bit of a European feel to the guest.
The food court, known as Legacy Hall, will feature food offering the freshest, local ingredients and will be prepared by chefs and artisan also local to the area.
Need to park your car? No need to spend an endless amount of time searching for a spot because there is a lighting system that will signal an open parking space.
The overall goal of Legacy West is to be the ultimate urban planned community and to be an integral part of bringing jobs, homes, shopping and entertainment to the already vibrant city of Plano that has seen explosive growth over the last decade.
We McCoys think that that’s a wonderful thing.