Chances are you've heard of Legacy West, the slick mixed-use development that opened in Plano two years ago and has quickly become the place to be. From its food hall to its exclusive boutiques, there's no shortage of fun things to do in this area — something you'd experience every day if you lived at LVL 29.
These apartments, townhomes, and penthouses span 29 stories and include more than 20 unique floorplans, but the best part is this: they're part of the second phase of Legacy West. When LVL 29 opens later this fall, you can be right in the middle of it all. Here's a look at what would be right at your doorstep.
Legacy West is home to several unique restaurants, ensuring your palate will never be bored. The first Barnes & Noble Kitchen in the Southwest is here, combining best-sellers with top dishes and even beer and wine. If top-flight coffee is more your thing, spend an hour at Starbucks Reserve and savor handcrafted beverages that you can't get at typical stores.
Dallas favorites Mesero, True Food Kitchen, Fogo de Chao, and Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse are joined by North Texas newcomers Earls Kitchen + Bar, North Italia, Shake Shack, and Taverna, with sweet cupcake shop Sprinkles and Amorino Gelato always ready for dessert. Raise a toast at Kai or Haywire, or feel like you're escaping the everyday at Tommy Bahama and Toulouse.
And you can't forget about Legacy Hall, the artisanal food experience that's plating the best quality favorites and spans lobster rolls to Philly cheesesteaks to homemade ginger beer floats.
Home decor giant Frontgate was so impressed with Legacy West's location that it claimed a spot for its new flagship store, while popular brands Madewell, Warby Parker, Fabletics, and West Elm each opened up a brick-and-mortar outpost. And let's not forget tempting shopping at Bonobos, Lululemon, Coach, Filson, Pockets, Sephora, and Tumi. In the market for a new car? Tesla's got you covered with one of the few showrooms in all of Dallas-Fort Worth.
Close to adventure
Since LVL 29 and Legacy West are located right off the Dallas North Tollway, it's a breeze to head north or south and explore what else is nearby. In Frisco, tour the 91-acre campus known as The Star, which not only serves as the Dallas Cowboy's world headquarters but also houses more than 20 restaurants and seven boutiques. Enjoy the scenery at Lake Lewisville to the west, or venture south to Addison, Uptown, and downtown Dallas.
LVL 29 is slated to open in fall 2019. Visit its website to explore living options and take a virtual tour, or call 469-392-4601 for more information.