Plano’s $3 billion Legacy West and Toyota campus honored by Urban Land Institute

Several of the Dallas-area’s top real estate projects have been honored – along with a legendary property market player.

The North Texas chapter of the Urban Land Institute – one of the country’s top commercial real estate organizations – selected Plano’s $3 billion Legacy West development and Toyota Motor’s new North American headquarters as two of the top developments in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The Plano projects were two local developments honored with the ULI’s annual Impact Awards.

The redevelopment of downtown Dallas’ 400 Record office tower – formerly the Belo Building – also was given an award for innovation in development.

And the Dallas Arboretum and Botanic Garden with a public places award.

Longtime Dallas real estate broker and former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach was also presented with the ULI’s annual Vision award.

“Staubach, who entered the real estate world in 1971 as a back-up to his football career, went on to found The Staubach Co., an innovator in tenant brokerage,” ULI officials said. “Staubach subsequently sold his company to JLL and continued there until his retirement last summer.”

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