What’s going on with Collin Creek mall?

Kerri Rushing
Kerri Rushing
Published on February 19, 2018

Like many Plano residents, you may be wondering what is going on with the Collin Creek mall area that is so desperately in need of redevelopment. Fortunately, after years of languishing there is encouraging news on this front.  Local developer Sam Ware has been working on plans for a fresh, new concept in the area and they have been acquiring the properties needed to bring this plan to life.

The overall concept is a mixture of office, retail, restaurant, and urban living similar to The Shops at Legacy and Legacy West in the northwest corner of Plano. The redevelopment is currently targeted at $1 billion with a two-year development timeframe.  Here is a quick look at one early concept for the project:

Interestingly, part of the plan involves opening up Spring Creek, which is currently covered by the mall’s parking lot (did you even know there was a creek under the mall? We sure didn’t!). The developer notes this could become similar to the San Antonio Riverwalk, with retail and restaurant lining the creek.

Here are some recent articles with additional details on the developer’s plans:

Plans to revitalize Plano’s Collin Creek mall

Developer pitches site for Amazon HQ2

It all sounds very interesting to us and we will be keeping a close eye on it as it develops. Let us know what you think, then sign up below to keep informed on the latest.