Dallas News: $100 million makeover of TI’s former Plano campus has caught the eye of office tenants
By: STEVE BROWN
A Los Angeles investor that’s spending $100 million to redevelop Texas Instruments former Plano campus is already getting interest from major office tenants.
Regent Properties early this year bought the 84-acre high-tech complex at Legacy Drive and Central Expressway.
The developer has gutted and is rebuilding four buildings on the site to make them ready for new office uses.
“It’s a huge rehab we are doing,” said Regent CEO Eric Fleiss. “We have almost entirely finished our demolition and are doing all our planning and architecture work. We have had so much tenant interest we are accelerating our progress.”