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Plano's 142- acre Haggard Farm's to start work in May

Work to Begin on Plano’s Last Big, Open Space

Plano’s largest vacant lot will soon be teeming with bulldozers and earthmovers. The planned Haggard Farms mixed-use development is expected to see some dirt moving by May. The 142-acre site will be home to office buildings, hotels, restaurants, retail and neighborhood residential.

Stillwater Capital is developing the project. Plans for the Haggard Farms project were approved in December 2021, and work to install the needed utilities in the area is nearing completion. The first phase includes a multifamily [residential] building, two office buildings, retail buildings and a hotel.

All of the buildings will center around a rustic, farm-themed restaurant and event center called The Almanac, which will serve as the project’s anchor.

Plano Mayor John Muns says this is a great opportunity for the town, “It’s creating amenities that we’ve never had throughout all of Plano and especially in that specific area. It’s just going to create more opportunities for our city that aren’t typical.”


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