Developers planning a condominium tower in Plano’s Legacy West project say they’ve completed sales for a fourth of the building.
The 24-story tower will start construction late this year and is planned to include 88 luxury homes.
A sales center for the planned Windrose Tower quietly opened last month. The developers in April said they had taken purchased reservations for 80 percent of the building, which is part of the more than $3 billion Legacy West project at the Dallas North Tollway and Legacy Drive.
Condos in the tower – which is located just south of State Highway 121 – start at around $650,000 and range in size from a one bedroom with 1,012 square feet to an 11,000 square foot penthouse
“At this sales pace, we are planning to submit our construction permit to the City of Plano later this month. Our goal is to celebrate a groundbreaking in the fourth quarter of this year,” Jim Duggan, partner with Windrose Condominiums LLC, said in a statement.
The residential high-rise includes an owner’s lounge, fitness center, two guest suites resort style pool, heated spa and an outdoor living room with a fireplace and kitchen. GDA Architects designed the building.
The 255-acre Legacy West project is home to new office campuses for Liberty Mutual Insurance, Toyota, FedEx Office and JPMorgan Chase.
BY: STEVE BROWN
This article originally appeared in the Dallas Morning News
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