Rosewood's Heritage Creekside mixed-use to kick off in PlanoRosewood's Heritage Creekside mixed-use to kick off in Planohttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=26462014-10-29T07:00:00Z2014-10-29T00:00:00Z

PLANO - Rosewood Property Co. will break ground before the end of the year on its Heritage Creekside project, just west of North Central Expy. at the George Bush Turnpike.

The high-density project will span 156 acres and will start with a 320-unit apartment project and three restaurants that back up to Pittman Creek, according to Rosewood President Bill Flaherty.

“And there will be homes,” Flaherty said. “That’s the most attractive area for residential.”

At the west end of the development along Custer Rd. and Plano Pkwy., Rosewood plans to build an office campus with six 20-story buildings, bringing up to 2.5 million sf of office space.

“We can also do a 15-story hotel,” Flaherty said. Up to up 1,300 apartment units, a few hundred townhouses and homes and shopping space will be included in the development.

“This is a new neighborhood, it isn’t just a project,” said Scott Polikov with Gateway Planning Group, which worked with Rosewood to design Heritage Creekside. “This is an urban neighborhood.”

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