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Work is now underway on a $30 million redevelopment of Preston Park Village.
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FEATURED IMPACT HOT SPOT The Preston Park Village shopping center at the intersection of Preston Road and West Park Boulevard in Plano is in the midst of a $30 million redevelopment by its owner, Brixmor Property Group. Located at 1900 Preston Road, the development will see the addition of retailers Petco and HomeGoods as well as restaurant Snooze A.M. Eatery. “These tenants are part of a larger $30 million reinvestment into Preston Park Village,” Brixmore spokesperson Maria Pace said via email. “The project will also include facade renovations was held May 5 after a two-year delay due to complications related to COVID-19 that required My Possibilities to raise ad- ditional funds for the building’s construc- tion, according to a company release. The new building, set to be completed by mid-2023, will double the size of the current 40,000-square-foot campus that serves over 600 students, the release stated. In total, My Possibilities raised over $29 million to construct the new facility that will house up to an addition- al 300 adult students. 469-241-9100. www.mypossibilities.org RENOVATIONS 10 Walmart plans to update and remodel nearly 50 stores throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth region, the retailer announced May 5. In the southern portion of Plano, Walmart Neighborhood Market stores at 10A 3513 E. Park Blvd. and 10B 3100 Custer Road will undergo re- modeling. All remodeled stores will oer pickup, delivery and express deliveries in under two hours when work is complet- ed. 469-304-3143 (East Park Boulevard location), 972-244-6714 (Custer Road location). www.walmart.com 11 Plano ISD is planning to conduct a complete oor replacement throughout Aldridge Elementary School in Richard-
across the entire center with clean, contemporary nishes.” Opening dates for the new businesses and eatery have not yet been made public. www.prestonparkvillage.com
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son during the summer. Aldridge, which is located at 720 Pleasant Valley Lane in Richardson, has vinyl composition tiles throughout the school. The district plans to replace the existing tile with luxury vinyl tile that does not need to be waxed and requires less maintenance. In addition, district ocials said there are plans to replace the existing carpet tiles. According to a Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation ling, the oor replacement is expected to cost $206,500. District ocials said the proj- ect will be paid for with 2016 bond funds. 469-752-8150. www.pisd.edu CLOSINGS 12 XO Coee Co. closed its location June 5 at 1023 E. 15th St. in downtown Plano. The restaurant and coee bistro, which celebrated its ve-year anniver- sary in February, oered an assortment of craft and pour-over coee options along with a full breakfast and lunch menu. The cafe was owned by husband and wife David Martin and Linda McCall, who said in a Facebook post that they are “scouting potential new locations that will better serve” the eatery’s customers. 972-212-4318. www.xocoeeco.com
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