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 in the space formerly occupied by Kroger. Construction on those stores was expected to begin in June.

Additionally, restaurant Snooze an A.M. Eatery will be located in Suite 111 in the space formerly occupied by Lyfe Kitchen. Construction work for its opening is underway, according to Brixmore spokesperson Maria Pace.

“These tenants are part of a larger $30 million reinvestment into Preston Park Village,” Pace said via email. “The project will also include facade renovations across the entire center with clean, contemporary finishes.”

Other site improvements include an expansion of the Katy Trail Outpost; work on pedestrian paths; adding landscaping, a monument and directional signage; and creating new amenity spaces for patrons, Pace said.

“The facade and site work should begin later this summer and will be executed in phases,” she said. “We anticipate renovations will be completed by the end of 2024.”

Opening dates for HomeGoods, Petco and Snooze an A.M. Eatery have not yet been announced. A listing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation shows the 24,005-square-foot HomeGoods location in Building H is slated to get $1.2 million in renovations over a 10-month span beginning in August. New construction on the 12,867-square-foot Petco location, at an estimated cost of $1 million, is slated to last from June to February of next year, according to a listing with the TDLR. Renovation work estimated to cost $650,000 on the 3,000-square-foot Snooze an A.M. Eatery began in April and is slated to last into August, according to a separate listing with the TDLR.