Construction has topped out at the tallest building at JPMorgan Chase’s office development in Plano, the developer said.

Developer KDC announced April 28 that the new Legacy West tower structure, which is part of the second phase of the JPMorgan office campus project, has reached its full 12-story height.

The new 540,000-square-foot tower is expected to be completed in May 2021, KDC said.

When finished, the tower will add to the 1 million square feet of JPMorgan office space that opened in 2017 at Legacy West.

Up to 4,000 new employees will be able to work in the new tower, allowing the banking company to increase its workforce, according to a news release.

“The company’s expansion further cements JPMorgan Chase in the corporate-anchored portion of Legacy West and enables even more of its employees to enjoy the amenity-rich and high-energy development,” KDC President Toby Grove said in a statement.

Editor's note: The original post has been edited to correct an error. This building would be the tallest in the JPMorgan Chase office campus.