Plano Edition - February 2020

PLANO EDITION

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$125 MILLION in property investment for new, nontraditional mall tenant spaces

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Crayola Experience was one of the mall project’s rst nontraditional tenants to open in 2018. NEW FEATURES

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WillowBend developer stays course The owner behind a multimillion-dol- lar project to expand Plano’s only remaining indoor shopping mall is look- ing to extend and restructure its nanc- ing as it prepares for a new stage of oce and residential construction. In recent years, Starwood Retail Partners has poured $125 million into repurposing its Shops at Willow Bend property with a slew of new non-tradi- tional tenants, from a children’s enter- tainment venue to a luxury tness building and a new restaurant district. Mall spokesperson Amy Medford said CONTINUED ON 26 BY DANIEL HOUSTON The Shops at Willow Bend’s restaurant district opened in 2018 as part of the mall’s ambitious expansion project. (Photos by Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Equinox opened an upscale tness club at the mall in 2019.

Plano police and re departments have improved their response times in recent years even as they handle a rising number of calls from a growing city population. An estimated 26,000 more people call Plano home than did a decade ago, which has pushed the two departments to grapple with greater density and an aging population. “There are more calls we are seeing CONTINUED ON 28 Police, re needs growing inPlano BY LIESBETH POWERS

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Now Open, Coming Soon &more TODO LIST Local events and things to do CAMP GUIDE

PUBLISHERS AND FOUNDERS John and Jennifer Garrett PUBLISHERDFWMETRO Christal Howard GENERAL MANAGER Leanne Libby, llibby@communityimpact.com EDITORIAL EXECUTIVE EDITOR Joe Lanane MANAGING EDITOR Valerie Wigglesworth EDITOR Daniel Houston REPORTER Liesbeth Powers COPY CHIEF Andy Comer COPY EDITORS Ben Dickerson, Kasey Salisbury STAFFWRITERS Gavin Pugh, Kelly Schaer ADVERTISING SALES DIRECTOR Tess Coverman ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Rebecca Anderson DESIGN CREATIVE DIRECTOR Derek Sullivan ART PRODUCTIONMANAGER Aubrey Galloway ASSOCIATE ART PRODUCTIONMANAGER Breanna Flores GRAPHIC DESIGNER Chase Autin STAFF DESIGNERS Falayn Ferrel, Ellen Jackson, Jay Jones, Chelsea Peters BUSINESS GROUP PUBLISHER Traci Rodriguez CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Claire Love ABOUT US John and Jennifer Garrett began Community Impact Newspaper in 2005 in Pugerville, Texas. The company’s mission is to build communities of informed citizens and thriving businesses through the collaboration of a passionate team. CONTACT US 7460 Warren Pkwy. Ste 160 Frisco, TX 75034 • 2146189001 communityimpact.com PRESS RELEASES plnnews@communityimpact.com SUBSCRIPTIONS communityimpact.com/subscriptions © 2020 Community Impact Newspaper Co. All Rights Reserved. No reproduction of any portion of this issue is allowed without written permission from the publisher.

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FROMLEANNE: This edition is one of my favorites because it includes our annual Camp Guide, starting on Page 19. A lot of work goes into planning school breaks, and we hope this list of local options helps families connect to new and fun adventures across Plano.

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FROMDANIEL: This month, reporter Liesbeth Powers explored how the Plano police and re departments have responded to the rapid growth of northwest Plano. We also reassessed The Shops at Willow Bend's expansion project now that several unique anchor concepts have opened. Read both stories starting on the cover.

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NOWOPEN 1 Glowing Custom Airbrush Tanning opened Feb. 4 at 8308 Preston Road, Unit 200, Ste. 258, Plano. The business oers custom hand-mixed spray tanning solutions and formulas that are unique to customer’s skin types and safe for pregnant women. 817-271-6954. www. glowingairbrush.com 2 NeoWell opened Feb. 3 at 8200 Preston Road, Ste. 100, Plano. The health and wellness business gives people access to a-la-carte health programs and treatments, including nutritional IVs, nu- tritional education, comprehensive blood testing, skin care and other services, all of which are administered under the super- vision of a medical doctor. 972-746-8887. www.neowell.com 3 MW Builders opened Jan. 13 at 5920 Windhaven Parkway, Ste. 110, Plano. This location serves as the construction com- pany’s Dallas oce. Recent and current projects include a Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Dallas, 848 Mitchell Stu- dent Housing in Arlington and a Hampton Inn & Suites in Keller. 469-808-7510. / location/dallas

4 CBD American Shaman Legacy opened a Plano location Dec. 6 at 3020 Legacy Drive, Ste. 290, Plano. The store sells CBD oils, topicals, gummies and edibles, among other CBD, or cannabi- diol, products. CBD American Shaman has stores nationwide, including another franchise in Plano. 469-786-0135. www.cbdsalegacy.com 5 Best Brains began teaching class- es Feb. 10 at 8201 Ohio Drive, Ste. 112, Plano. The learning center instructs kids ages 3-14 in math, English, abacus and general knowledge. Best Brains has two other locations in Plano. 469-423-0000. www.bestbrains.com/planonw COMING SOON 6 The Standard Pour expects to open this summer at The Shops at Legacy, 7201 Bishop Road, Ste. E4, Plano. The self-de- scribed cocktail den and scratch kitchen oers brunch and dinner options at its Dallas location. The restaurant will be go- ing into the space where Taco Diner used to be. 214-935-1370. www.tspdallas.com 7 Delucca Gaucho Pizza &Wine expects to open in early April at 8240 Preston

Road, Ste. 100, Plano. The traditional gau- cho pizzeria oers unlimited samples of pizza as well as a charcuterie and antipasto platters and dessert pizza. The restaurant has locations in Dallas, Fort Worth and Southlake. 214-774-9903. www.delucca. com RELOCATIONS 8 Splunk Plano expects to move its oce this summer to 6860 Dallas Park- way, Plano. The new oce will oer more space than its current location at 5360 Legacy Drive, Plano. The data company oers analyzing, cloud space and incident remediation for IT operations, security and business analytics, among other ser- vices. 972-244-8806. www.splunk.com ANNIVERSARIES 9 Shumi Japanese celebrated one year in November at The Shops at Legacy, 7161 Bishop Road, Plano. The Japanese restaurant originated in New Jersey and oers a variety of sushi and sashimi as well as appetizers, entrees and dinner boxes. 469-298-3737. www.shumiomakase.com

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10 PinStack Plano reached its fth year of business Jan. 30 at 6205 Dallas Parkway, Plano. The center has bowl- ing lanes, a rope course, laser tag, bumper cars, a rock-climbing wall and an arcade. It also has a full-service restaurant and bar. 972-781-2695. www.pinstackbowl.com 11 Coram Deo Academy opened its Collin County location ve years ago in January at 9645 Independence Parkway, Plano. The private Christian school fea- tures classes for students from pre-K to grade 12 and is one of four CDA campuses serving the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 972- 268-9517. www.coramdeoacademy.org

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IN THE NEWS 12 The Dallas Cowboys and Main Event announced a partnership Jan. 22 that oers Main Event a variety of market- ing rights, benets and designations to connect the entertainment business with the Cowboys and its events, properties and players. Main Event locations in Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas hosted a celebration Jan. 28 to kick o the partnership. Main Event is headquartered at 5445 Legacy Drive, Ste. 400, Plano. 469-362-7227. www.mainevent.com 13 A mural showcasing the events of Sept. 11, 2001, was hand-painted in the bay area of Fire Station 8 at 4621 Hedg- coxe Road, Plano. The mural was complet- ed Feb. 12 with the addition of a piece of steel from New York’s Ground Zero. Dallas artist Michael McPheeters, known as “Mr. “I want to show people that hibachi and ramen can be just as thoughtful and delicious in a casual setting,” Liang said in the release. “Everything we serve will be fresh, top-quality and sourced from the best markets around the world. Our ramen broth base will take 24 hours to prepare, and even FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON As of this paper's print deadline, Chef Chin’s Hibachi & Ramen was expected to open Feb. 18 at Legacy Hall, 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano. The hibachi and ramen kitchen will serve food unique to both Japanese traditions in a fast- casual setting, according to a Feb. 11 news release. The restaurant is the second concept by Chef Chin Liang, creator of Horu Sushi Kitchen at Legacy Hall. Liang began as a hibachi chef, according to the release, and later became an executive ramen chef at Aijseen Ramen.

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Mural,” painted the mural. 972-941-7159. www.plano.gov/215/re-rescue CLOSINGS 14 Pie Five Pizza closed its Plano loca- tion at 8315 Preston Road, Ste. 400, Pla- no, in January. The fast-casual pizza chain oered customizable personal pizzas as well as salads and desserts. The company has other locations, including spots in Frisco, Allen and Murphy, according to its website. www.pievepizza.com 15 Paradise Bakery’s Plano location closed in late 2019 at 8240 Preston Road, Ste. 100, Plano. The business still operates out of its Dallas, Frisco and Al- len locations, where it sells bakery items as well as soups, salads, and sandwiches. 972-377-3553. www.paradisebakery.com our miso soup will be homemade. There is going to be a great attention to detail in everything we serve.” The restaurant stall oers hibachi, hibachi fried rice, stir-fry yakisoba noodles, ramen, sides and desserts. 972-846-4255. www.legacyfoodhall.com

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NOWOPEN 1 CBD Kratom opened its first Pla- no location Jan. 29 at 1861 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 200. The store offers more than 300 all-natural products, including edibles, creams, oils, skin care and dog treats. The compa- ny has locations in St. Louis, Dallas, Houston and Chicago. 214-501-2346. www.cbdkratomshops.com/dallas 2 151 Coffee opened Jan. 31 at 1151 Preston Road, Plano. The business serves coffee and energy drinks exclu- sively through a drive-thru setup. The company is planning a number of other new North Texas openings in the coming year, including one in Far North Dallas. 682-325-2124. www.151coffee.com 3 DecoBuys Home Decor opened in late November at 915 W. Parker Road, Ste. 304, Plano. The furniture and decoration store offers bright and bold pieces for homes, including living rooms, entryways, bedrooms and kitchens. 469-969-0929. www.decobuys.com 4 SizzleIt opened Dec. 7 at 1820 Coit Road, Ste. 138, Plano. The Asian American

green tea drink, and Thirsty Joe, a lychee green tea drink. 678-765-7265. www.kokeetea.com COMING SOON 9 Fleet Feet expects to open in April at 2100 Preston Road, Ste. 604, Plano. The retail store specializes in running shoes and offers other exercise apparel. The 44-year old company will have 12 stores in Texas after the Plano opening. 877-412-7467. www.fleetfeet.com 10 Urban Nutrition Lounge expects to open by March at 1145 14th St., Ste. 2117, Plano. The drink shop will serve healthy shakes, energy teas and iced coffee. www.facebook.com/

eatery’s menu includes dishes with unique names, such as Tasty Tailz, Gimchi Mas, Unagi-licious and Sizzle Wings. 469-562-4617. www.facebook.com/ sizzleitrestaurant 5 Flamin Pan Korean BBQ Grill opened Jan. 25 at 2129 W. Parker Road, Ste. 306, Plano. The Korean BBQ restaurant’s menu includes marinated pork, bulgogi bowls and dumplings. 469-661-9025. www.flaminpan.com 6 Yin Tang opened in November at 2001 Coit Road, Ste. 137A, Plano. The restaurant serves traditional Malatang Taiwanese food. www.facebook.com/ pages/yin-tang/100813294717649 7 Soi Brow Threading Salon opened in late December at 5930 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 1100A, Plano. The salon offers threading, henna tattoos, eyebrow tinting and wax- ing and has a blowout bar. 214-258-5751. www.soibrow.com 8 Kokee Tea opened Feb. 14 at The Shops at Willow Bend, 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. The milk tea menu offered at Kokee Tea includes traditional milk teas and specialty house specials, such as Rose from San Francisco, a jasmine

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CLOSINGS 14 Papyrus closed Jan. 28 at The Shops at Willow Bend, 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. The closing comes after the store’s parent company, Schurman Fine Papers, filed for bankruptcy in late January. All 254 Papyrus stores will be closing, includ- ing nearby Frisco and Dallas locations. 615-859-6568. www.papyrusonline.com 15 Renee Rouleau Skin Care Spa closed Jan. 31 at 4025 Preston Road, Ste. 606, Plano. The company chose to close the spa location to focus on shifting its skin care line to online-only, where it continues to sell acne and body treatments. 1-888-211-7560. www.reneerouleau.com

16 BurgerIM closed in late 2019 at 3100 Independence Parkway, Ste. 100, Plano. BurgerIM served burgers in one-, two-, three- or 16-packs that customers could customize from choices of 11 patties, five sauces and 12 toppings. The restaurant still has locations in Frisco and Lewisville. 818-287-0911. www.burgerim.com 17 Forever 21 closed Dec. 30 at The Shops at Willow Bend, 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. Forever 21 filed for bankruptcy Sept. 29 and announced plans to close a number of its stores shortly after. Nearby locations in Frisco and Dallas are still open. 1-888-494-3837. www.forever21.com/us/shop

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Chefs and restaurants will have stations set up for guests to eat from at the charity event. Featured stations include the Blue Mesa Grill, Norma’s Cafe and Dallas Grilled Cheese Co. Beverage providers include Becker Vineyards and Topo Chico. Guests will also receive a handcrafted bowl from a local artisan as a reminder of those who face hunger. 6-9 p.m. $45-$175. North Texas Food Bank Perot Family Campus, 3677 Mapleshade Lane, Plano. 214-330-1396. www.nt.org (Courtesy North Texas Food Bank)

The Day of Royalty is a pampering event for homeless women, single moms, sex-tracking victims and at-risk girls. The event will take place at Chase Oaks Church, where volunteers, hairstylists, makeup artists and massage therapists will take care of those in need. Volunteers will then walk women and girls down a red carpet. Free. 7 a.m.- 2 p.m. (volunteers), 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. (participants). 281 Legacy Drive, Plano. www.royaltyministry.org (Courtesy Royal Ministry)

Texas A&M junior pitcher Asa Lacy and the rest of the Aggies baseball teamwill take part in the Frisco College Baseball Classic at Dr Pepper Ballpark. (Courtesy Michael Wade/SEC) WORTH THE TRIP FEB. 28MARCH01: FRISCO COLLEGE BASEBALL CLASSIC The Texas A&M Aggies, UCLA Bruins, Oklahoma State Cowboys and Illinois Fighting Illini baseball teams will take part in a round-robin tournament over three days at the home of the Frisco RoughRiders. Two games will be played each day, with each team playing the other three during the tournament. $10-$90.

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FEBRUARY 25 NICKEL NEUTERING Up to 100 cats have the chance to be neutered for 5 cents each at the Plano Animal Shelter with an appointment. Cats must arrive in a labeled pet carrier and have written proof of current rabies and Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, and Panleukopenia vaccinations. Cats that do not have those shots can get them the day of the neutering. Microchipping will also be available for $10 per cat. Cats will need to be registered with the city of Plano, which can also happen on the same day for $10. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $0.05. 4028 W. Plano Parkway, Plano. 972-769-4374. www.planoanimalshelter.org 22 AND 25 MARDI GRAS AND FAT TUESDAY AT LEGACY HALL Legacy Hall is hosting two days of Mardi Gras celebrations. On Saturday, the hall will be oering specialty drinks, peel-and-eat shrimp, mini King Cakes and Cajun Provolone

Brat as well as live jazz, a late- night DJ and circus performers. On Tuesday, the parade will begin at 5:30 p.m. and face painting will be available. A jazz band will perform in the evening. Free. 4 p.m.-2 a.m. (Sat.), 5-10:30 p.m. (Tue.). 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano. 972- 846-4255. www.legacyfoodhall.com MARCH 20 CHIPS TEXAS HOLD ‘EM POKER TOURNAMENT This seventh-annual event will take place at the Rooftop Event Spot. There will be small bites and beverages, and those who make it to the nal table are guaranteed prizes. Proceeds for the tournament will benet the Downtown Plano Arts and Heritage Foundation. Registration is available online and at the door. 5:30-11:30 p.m., 7 p.m. (game begins). $30-$800 (cash and credit cards will be accepted). 972-922-1292. www.visitdowntownplano.com

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&RODEO This year’s Texas Music Revolution will be a two-day event with more than 10 artists featured on KHYI 95.3, including Ottoman Turks, Squeezebox Bandits and Ray Wylie Hubbard. The festival will also have bull riding and a Ferris wheel. A petting zoo and private bathrooms available for those with VIP access. This is the festival’s 24th year. 4-11 p.m. (Fri.), 1-11 p.m. (Sat.). $14.95-$195.30. 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano. www.tmr24.com 21 THROUGH 22 TEXAS FLY FISHING&BREW FESTIVAL The indoor and outdoor two-day y shing and microbrewed beer event will take place at the Plano Event Center. There will be a number of y shing gear manufacturers present, and free classes and lectures will be available with the purchase of a ticket online. Microbrewed beer will be available outside. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (Sat.-Sun.). $20-$475. 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway. 703-402-8338. www.txyshingfestival.org

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4 Coit Road project Crews began a two-year project at the beginning of January to repair pavement and sidewalk on Coit Road extending from Parker Road to SH 121. The ear- ly stage of the project will take place between Parker and Wyeth until early April before crews move to other parts of the road. One lane will remain closed at all times in construction areas, with an additional lane closed from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on weekdays and some Saturdays. Timeline: January 2020-late 2021 Cost: $6.4 million Funding source: city of Plano 5 Plano Parkway repairs A pavement repair project on Plano Parkway began working on a new stretch of road in January. The full length of the project is expected to extend from Commerce Drive to Ohio Drive. The repairs are expected to affect westbound lanes through March. One lane will remain closed at all times in construction areas, with an additional lane closed from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. on weekdays and some Saturdays. Timeline: January-March Cost: $600,000 Crews were expected to begin repairing concrete in late February on Hedgcoxe Road between Coit Road and Preston Meadow Drive. The project is expect- ed to affect the road’s eastbound and westbound lanes for about three weeks. One lane will remain closed at all times in construction areas, with an additional lane closed from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on week- days and some Saturdays. Timeline: late February-March Cost: not available Funding source: city of Plano Funding source: city of Plano 6 Hedgcoxe Road repairs

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ONGOING PROJECTS 1 Custer Road repairs

A concrete repair project on Custer began in January. Crews are working between Parker Road and Park Boulevard. One lane will remain closed at all times in construction areas, with an additional lane closed from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on week- days and some Saturdays. Timeline: January-May Cost: $500,000 Funding source: city of Plano 2 Parker Road repairs An 18-month construction project on Park- er Road began in June. Crews are working on eastbound and westbound lanes from Alma Drive and US 75. The nearly $4 million project is expected to last into late 2020. One lane will remain closed at all times in construction areas, with an additional lane closed from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

on weekdays and some Saturdays. Timeline: June 2019-late 2020 Cost: $3.8 million Funding source: city of Plano 3 Jupiter Road project

An extensive project to repair pavement and sidewalk on Jupiter Road began in ear- ly January. The project, which will stretch from 14th Street to the northern city limits, will initially affect northbound and southbound lanes south of 18th Street. One lane will remain closed at all times in construction areas, with an additional lane closed from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on weekdays and some Saturdays. Timeline: January 2020-summer 2021 Cost: $4 million Funding source: city of Plano

ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF 2/14/2020. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT PLNNEWS@COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM.

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COMPILED BY GAVIN PUGH AND KELLY SCHAFLER  DESIGNED BY FALAYN FERRELL

WHAT TOKNOWABOUT THE 2020 CENSUS REFLECTING AMERICA:

Census employees are beginning to prepare for the April 1 count. Here is what to know about why the census is important and how it aects local communities. SOURCE: U.S. CENSUS BUREAUCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Understanding the process

Why is it important?

For every person counted, the federal government will allocate $1,578 to the state of Texas.

Census questionnaire forms will be mailed out to every household beginning in March. The form can be lled out online or over the phone beginning March 23. For the rst time, census forms can be mailed in or submitted online, over the phone or to an address canvasser who comes to the door.

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“Our concentration is understanding who is in the housing unit, what is their relationship, and what is their race and ethnicity. … We’re asking those questions so we can utilize that information ... to provide the resources that a lot of our communities depend on.” REBECCA BRISCOE, HOUSTON METRO AREA PARTNERSHIP COORDINATOR FOR THE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU

Federal assistance programs that distribute funds based on decennial data include: • Medical Assistance Program • state Children’s Health Insurance Program • foster care • special education grants

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Federal funds allocated based on 2010 census data

Canvassers will follow up to nonresponsive residences to collect the census data through July.

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Results of the survey will be delivered to the president by Dec. 31, 2020.

Trends to watch in the area

The number of Plano residents has grown in the last couple of decades. The 2020 census will shed further light on the area’s changing population.

The last decennial count was in 2010, and this is how people in the area participated. How we participated

2010 census response rate

City boundaries

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The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for thousands of people to become temporary employees for the 2020 count.

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DEVELOPMENT J.C. Penney developer seeks new nancing amid foreclosure threat

BY DANIEL HOUSTON

Opportunity Partners would need to have the loan paid o to Beal Bank and CLMG Corp. The lender’s foreclo- sure ling initially sought to sell the property Feb. 4 before delaying that sale date until March 3, according to foreclosure documents. The attorney handling the foreclo- sure for the lender did not respond to requests for comment. The developer had been negotiating the details with nearby property owners since October, when Plano City Council denied his request for approval to build 795 apartment units on the property’s northwest corner. Some nearby property owners and business leaders spoke out against the request, arguing the apartments did not t the original vision for the Legacy business park, which has become home to some of the region’s largest new corporate oces in recent years.

The developer behind a request to redevelop the former J.C. Pen- ney headquarters has brought an amended apartment plan to the city even as the lender for the project has initiated a foreclosure process. Dreien Opportunity Partners CEO SamWare said he has reached “an acceptable compromise” with nearby property owners that would reduce the number of proposed apartments to 650 and update setbacks, balcony restrictions and landscaping at the Campus at Legacy West project. At the same time, Ware is seeking a new nancing deal in the wake of a foreclosure ling that puts at risk nearly $389 million in nancing for the project—and the property itself. “My team is condent we will have a new lender soon,” Ware said in an email. To accomplish that, Dreien

The Campus at Legacy West is an eort to redevelop the grassy slopes of the oce campus formerly owned by J.C. Penney into a mixed-use development. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)

PLAN FORMIXEDUSE Here are some ways Dreien Opportunity Partners plans to develop the property. • 650 apartment units—This request is still pending city approval. • Luxury hotel—A Japanese hotel group is planning to build a 10-story, 250-room Miyako Hotel on the property. • Restaurants and retail—These buildings would be built in areas near the property’s existing pond. • Pond reduction—The pond itself would be temporarily drained and reduced in size.

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Planomayor: Downtown growth, smart technology on horizon

“DOWNTOWN WILL BE THE CATALYST FOR THE ENTIRE US 75 CORRIDOR. I CALL THAT THE NEW FRONTIER. ... THAT’S WHERE IT ALL STARTED FOR US, AND THAT’S WHERE IT’S

BY LIESBETH POWERS

downtown Plano. By 2030, the Silver Line will lead DART riders to the nished Collin Creek development, which will have restaurants, enter- tainment and 1.5 million square feet of oce space, LaRosiliere said. The city has also approved the construction of roughly 4,000 housing units as part of several nearby projects, including at First Baptist Church of Plano, Plano Marine and Collin Creek Mall. This could bring as many as 7,000 more people to the area, as well as the retail, amenities and services to provide for them, LaRosiliere said. “Make no doubt about it: Down- town Plano will still have its same funky character. The sense of historic preservation will be there,” LaRo- siliere said. “Downtown will be the catalyst for the entire [US] 75 corridor. I call that the new frontier. ... That’s where it all started for us, and that’s

PLANO MAYOR HARRY LAROSILIERE GOING TO HAPPEN OVER THE NEXT DECADE AND BEYOND.”

PLANO Mayor Harry LaRosiliere said he expects the concept of downtown Plano to expand over the next decade as several development projects reimagine the city’s historic core. LaRosiliere highlighted the downtown area’s future as part of his annual State of the City address Feb. 6. LaRosiliere said he envisions these changes as part of a new stage of the city’s development, which he termed “Plano 4.0.” “Who will we be [as] Plano 4.0?” LaRosiliere said. “You will be in a city where you not only live, but you thrive.” The Collin Creek Mall redevelop- ment project will serve as a catalyst for reinventing downtown, he said. Additionally, starting in 2022, the DART Silver Line will allow for travel directly to and from the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport to

Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere addresses Plano Chamber of Commerce members Feb. 6 at his annual State of the City address. (Liesbeth Powers/Community Impact Newspaper)

where it’s going to happen over the next decade and beyond.” This, in turn, will encourage further development along US 75, he said, including spurring more investment in the city’s Oak Point area, which encompasses the Collin College Spring Creek Campus and Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve. “We need to do [Plano 4.0] with you as a community,” LaRosiliere

said. “The decisions we make today will impact our children and our grandchildren.” The concept as described by LaRosiliere also includes integrating smart features into the city, such as into transportation, education, public safety and green infrastructure. These technologies will be added as various parts of the city need infrastructure updates, he said.

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CITYHIGHLIGHTS PLANO The Plano Overnight Warming Station served 88 guests overnight on Feb. 5, an all-time high guest count for the group. The overnight station operates on nights with dangerously low temperatures out of the Salvation Army-Plano, 3528 E. 14th St., Plano. PLANO ISD Je Smith was selected Feb. 4 to serve as Plano ISD’s next athletic director. Smith joins the district from Prosper ISD, where he served in the same role. He brings with him experience as head football coach and athletic coordinator at McKinney High School. Plano City Council Meets 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Mondays of the month at the Plano Municipal Center, 1520 K Ave. • www.plano.gov Plano Planning & Zoning Commission Meets 7 p.m. on the rst and third Mondays of the month at the Plano Municipal Center, 1520 K Ave. • www.plano.gov MEETINGSWE COVER

First Baptist gears up for construction

BY LIESBETH POWERS

2021, the release said. The church will continue to lease its original downtown property from residential developer InTown Homes, which recently bought the property, until construction is complete. The new facility will have a worship center, adult classrooms, a large youth meeting area, classrooms with space for 200 children and an indoor play area, the release said.

PLANO First Baptist Church of Plano expects to begin construction on its new church beginning in March, according to a Feb. 5 news release. The church in November purchased the 10-acre property near President George Bush Turnpike between Independence and Coit Road in Plano. The church plans to move into its new facility by the end of summer

First Baptist Church of Plano expects to begin construction on its new church in March.

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Citymulls $300M-plus bond election

This proposed bond referendum for next year would also potentially exceed the cost of the $220.6 million package approved in 2017. The list of projects funded by the 2021 bond will take shape in the coming months as city staffers work with the committee of residents to narrow down the list. The city is expected to present a list of recommended projects to council members in October, Rhodes-Whit- ley said.

BY DANIEL HOUSTON

bond package to total somewhere between $300 million-$350 million. The projects would be selected by the city in collaboration with a committee of residents and ultimately submitted to voters for approval in the election of May 1, 2021, Rhodes-Whitley said. Plano voters approved $44.7 mil- lion in bond-funded projects in 2019.

PLANO The city of Plano is planning to ask voters in 2021 for approval to issue new debt, which would fund infrastructure invest- ments in the city’s roads, parks and facilities. Plano Budget Director Karen Rhodes-Whitley told council mem- bers Feb. 10 the city expects the new

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EDUCATION Plano ISDmoves to full-day only pre-K classes as part of expansion

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because we don’t have pre-K that’s easily accessible for them. When we move to full-day, the [group of] students who qualify for pre-K will expand.” Barron, Boggess, Hughston and Mathews elementary schools will be holding pre-K classes for the first time next school year, according to the presentation by Davis. Christie Elementary will add one class to its two existing classes. The other 14 pre-K campuses will offer the same number of classes as last year. Benefits of this program include two reimbursable meals per day and the ability to serve more students without using an outside vendor, Davis said. The district also hopes to improve enrollment for the coming school year by extending the annual Pre-K Roundup event and improving the application process, Davis said.

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Pre-K classes at Plano ISD will see a shift to a full-day-only approach in its need-based program as well as an expansion in the number of classes and host campuses in the 2020-21 school year. As the programmoves to full-day, the district expects the number of families who are interested and eligible for pre-K will grow, Director of Childhood Services Ashley Davis said at a PISD board meeting Jan. 14. Currently, low-income students qualify for full-day, she said, but starting next year, those who meet any of the seven qualifiers defined by the state will be eligible. “We noticed that the majority of the kindergarten students that we missed were in areas of town that we don’t have pre-K [campuses] close to,” Davis said. “Our vision was to capture the students that we’ve been missing

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Plano ISD is expanding the number of campuses that will offer full-day need-based pre-K services in the 2020-21 school year. Here is the full list of schools offering need-based pre-K in the coming year. Those that are not listed do not currently offer the full-day program.

New campuses with pre-K 1 Barron Elementary School 2 Henry Dye Boggess Elementary 3 Hughston Elementary School 4 Mathews Elementary School Existing pre-K campuses 5 Beaty Early Childhood School 6 Isaacs Early Childhood School 7 Pearson Early Childhood School 8 Plano Head Start

9 Christie Elementary School 10 Forman Elementary School 11 Haggar Elementary School 12 Huffman Elementary School 13 Jackson Elementary School 14 Memorial Elementary School 15 Mendenhall Elementary School 16 Mitchell Elementary School 17 Sigler Elementary School 18 Thomas Elementary School 19 Weatherford Elementary School

SOURCE: PLANO ISD/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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