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California developers who are spending more than $100 million to revamp the former Texas Instruments campus in Plano plan to bring new housing, retail and hotel space to the project.
And one of the area's largest apartment builders is joining the effort.
Los Angeles developer Regent Properties is already gutting and rebuilding four large office buildings in the 84-acre former high-tech complex near the southeast corner of U.S. Highway 75 and Legacy Drive.
Now Regent Properties is teaming with developer Trammell Crow Residential and seeking city approval to build an "urban village" with apartments, retail, restaurants and a boutique hotel on the west side of U.S. 75, plans filed with the city of Plano show.