Plano’s Collin Creek Mall has been a seemingly prehistoric landmark, welcoming residents and visitors in to East Plano. Collin Creek Mall is pushing on nearly forty years old and hasn’t been able to keep up with its competitors like the Stonebriar Centre, Allen Premium Outlets, and even Garland’s Firewheel Town Center to name a few. A Dallas developer saw this as an opportunity to preserve Plano’s rich history, while catering to the city’s vibrant future. The redevelopment of Collin Creek Mall will appeal to both new and original Collin County residents.
The vision for Collin Creek Mall is to be a modernized extension of neighboring Downtown Plano. There will be several boutique restaurants and shops throughout the development with potential tenants still remaining. Centurion American will play a major role in the redevelopment and hopes to build owner-occupied condos and townhomes on the site. A few of Centurion American’s nearby properties include University Place and Townes of Buckingham in Richardson, and Malibu Estates in Plano.
You can expect redevelopment to take place over the next few years as Centurion American is coordinating with current tenants and the City of Plano to develop plans for the future Collin Creek Mall.