$85 million development Central Park at Craig Ranch breaks ground

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Central Park at Craig Ranch, 7920 Collin David South Drive, McKinney, broke ground in March. The $85 million development in Craig Ranch consists of 50 apartment homes and will be built in two phases. The first phase includes 270 apartments and is expected to be complete in summer 2018.
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