A project to redevelop the Plano Market Square Mall has officially finished construction, according to a news release.

Triten Real Estate Partners announced that the mixed-use development now called Assembly Park was completed Oct. 4.

Two-minute impact

The development located just east of US 75, at the corner of K Avenue and Spring Creek Parkway, features 180,000 square feet of office space and 17,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

Assembly Park also features a large outdoor space and hiking and biking trails.

The project will also include 305 multifamily residential units, and Assembly Park’s apartment complex, The Annabelle, is set to open in December. The Annabelle will feature one-, two-, and three-bedroom units with rentable garage and storage units, along with several other amenities.

The background

The Plano Market Square Mall was originally built in 1983 and functioned as an outlet mall. By the time Triten acquired the property in 2021, the mall was largely vacant.
Plano Market Square Mall has been largely unoccupied for years. In 2021, redevelopment of the site will commence. (Community Impact staff)
Plano Market Square Mall was largely unoccupied for years. (Community Impact staff)
According to the release, much of the mall’s interior was kept intact. The corridors, entryways and skylights were repurposed, while several areas were reimagined into coworking and conferencing spaces.

The exterior of the mall saw a larger update, with a partial second floor being added.

Quote of note

“Assembly Park is a true work, live, play destination, positioned to appeal to a diverse range of community members,” Triten founder Scott Arnoldy said in the release.