The city of Plano has approved two key measures to support the redevelopment of Collin Creek Mall.
Plano Sports Authority announced Dec. 13 that it will begin constructing a new soccer arena in January.
A dine-in movie theater that also offers bowling and virtual-reality games will open next year in Plano's Mustang Square mixed-use development.
The Plano Overnight Warming Station will have its first night of service this season Nov. 11 at the Salvation Army-Plano.
Next week, Medical City Plano will open a $107 million cancer hospital that will offer additional space and expanded treatment options for North Texans with cancer.
The Plano Chamber of Commerce has selected a familiar face for its top executive position.
A proposal to build hundreds of new apartment units on the old J.C. Penney headquarters property in Plano was rejected after nearby corporations spoke out against the residential development.
Plano planning officials have recommended the city review its development guidelines for more than a dozen major intersections, rejecting a wholesale repeal of the city’s comprehensive development plan.
The developers of Collin Creek Mall have removed the historic mural at the entrance of Macy’s after discovering asbestos on the wall surface on which the tiles were laid.
A new four-story office building will headline a major mixed-use development in Plano, developers announced Oct. 2 as crews began work on the Mustang Square project.
European Wax Center began moving its headquarters to Plano on Aug. 13 at 5830 Granite Parkway, Ste. 300. The …
Planning zoning officials have approved the zoning change of 7.8 acres of the historic First Baptist Plano land to planned development-133-downtown business/government with modified development standards. This decision had previously been tabled July 1, Aug. 5 and Sept. 3.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify the difference between Texas Central's Sept. 13 announcement about a design-build contract with Salini Impregilo and an October 2018 announcement about a limited-notice-to-proceed agreement with Salini Impregilo.
Texas InTown Homes has been named as the developer for the historic First Baptist Church Plano properties in downtown Plano. The decision is largely based on InTown Homes’ willingness to work with the neighborhood and the city, FBC Plano said in a press release Sept. 6.
SML RFID, a global apparel branding, packaging and technology solutions company, has extended and expanded its lease at its headquarters in Plano, according to a release by CBRE Group Inc., on Aug. 26.
As the Collin Creek Mall property sits on the verge of a billion-dollar makeover, memories loom large for Plano residents past and present.
With court hearing pending on Plano Tomorrow lawsuit, city planning officials postpone vote to repeal it
Plano zoning officials have once again delayed a decision on whether to repeal the city’s comprehensive development plan.
Thousands of Plano residents gathered July 26 to say goodbye to Collin Creek Mall.
The city of Plano has outlined a roadmap for public assistance for a project to redevelop the near-empty Collin Creek Mall property.
The latest effort to repeal the city’s Plano Tomorrow development plan fell through July 22 after zoning commissioners expressed they were uncomfortable making a recommendation on such short notice.
A vote to repeal the city’s beleaguered Plano Tomorrow comprehensive plan is back on for July 22 after two council members insisted on holding the vote.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated to add comments from the attorney for the group suing the city.
A planned expansion that was dubbed the city of Richardson's single-largest corporate investment to date has been postponed.