May will be a big month for openings at the mammoth Legacy West development in Plano, with retailers including Coach and Fabletics and restaurants Del Frisco’s and True Food Kitchen putting out the welcome mat.

The $3.2 billion, 255-acre development includes 415,000 square feet of open-air retail and restaurant space. So far, furniture retailer West Elm and restaurant Shake Shake have opened.

 Other May openings include Bonobos, Johnny Was, Peter Millar, Pockets Menswear, Venetian Nail Spa, and the Tesla showroom.

June openings include Tumi, Filson, Frontgate, Suitsupply and restaurants Mesero, North Italia, Sprinkles, and Earls Kitchen + Bar.

Other retail and restaurant openings will follow through the summer.

The official grand opening celebration is set for June 2 to 4.

Coming later are: Dean & DeLuca and a Barnes & Noble concept store.

Legacy Hall, a 55,000 square foot, three-story food hall, is set to to open in September with more than 20 artisan, chef-driven food stalls, a beer garden, a craft brewery and an outdoor stage for live entertainment.

BY: Karen Robinson-Jacobs

This article originally appeared in Dallas Morning News

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