Feature Illustration: Architectural rendering of The Kincaid at Legacy. Courtesy: High Street Residential.
Plano (Collin County) — High Street Residential, the residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, announced the completion of construction on The Kincaid at Legacy, Plano’s first luxury high-rise residential tower.
The 25-story tower features 300 units, including one-, two-, and three-bedroom units that vary in size from 677 to more than 4,500 square feet.
The Kincaid is located near the corner of Legacy Drive with access and visibility from the Dallas North Tollway, in the heart of Legacy Town Center.
“We have welcomed new residents into the building and interest in leasing in the remaining units remains strong,” said Joel Behrens, a High Street Residential prinicipal in the Dallas-Fort Worth Business Unit. “Plano has become one of the most popular places in North Texas to live and work.
“The Kincaid at Legacy offers urban living in a suburban setting for the many new workers in the area given the surge in new corporate headquarters and relocations to Plano.”
Principal Real Estate Investors is High Street Residential’s development partner and ZRS Management, LLC is handling the leasing and management of the project.
Site plan for The Kincaid tower. Courtesy: GFF Architects.
Tower features more than 14,500 square feet of indoor amenity space, including a 2,383-square-foot fitness center, a resident lounge with a media screening room, billiard room, entertainment kitchen, conference rooms, business center, Wi-Fi throughout the common areas and a bike storage.
Outdoor amenities include a resort style pool courtyard with sunbathing shelves, water features, fire pits and grilling areas, a 7th floor amenity deck with a second resort style pool and a large dog park. Tenants will also be provided 24/7 luxury concierge service.
Sustainable building features were incorporated and the development team is seeking LEED® certification.
The Kincaid at Legacy offers its residents a prominent location in Plano’s most desirable office and retail center with nationally recognized schools, 4,000 acres of parks, excellent public safety, a vibrant arts scene, historic downtown, and one of the most highly amenitized shopping districts within North Texas, with 45 notable restaurants and over 70 high-end retail stores.
The Kincaid building was designed by GFF Architects. The Office of James Burnett provided landscape design on the 2.5-acre site. With the assistance of Blum Engineering and Urban Structure, the project was composed of Type IA construction in the six-level garage and tower above, and adjoined to the east by five-story wood-frame construction.
Edited from a High Street press release.