McKinney planning and zoning commissioners approved a concept plan allowing for 15-16 restaurant spaces to develop on 51.44 acres of land at the southeast corner of Custer Road and US 380 during a meeting Monday night.
According to city documents, the site will include approximately 393,300 square feet of retail space, including restaurants and shops anchored by an entertainment center. The development is expected to be completed in three phases.
City staff said during a predevelopment meeting Chick-fil-A was one proposed restaurant to open at this intersection.
Other items of note
Other items approved at the meeting include a conveyance plat and preliminary-final plat for land at the northeast corner of Virginia Parkway and Coit Road.
According to city documents, the 10.576 acres of developable land will be developed to include a gas station in addition to restaurant, retail, office and day care space.