Cencor Realty Services is steering the 15-acre retail projectfor Wattsec Ltd., a group of investors including Dallas-basedHaggard Properties. It's all so preliminary that a ballpark costcan't be gamed out and the architect isn't yet on board. But, therace for would-be tenants is on, thanks to the $1-millioncompletion of Windhaven Parkway, paid for via private funds from anLP managed by Cencor and in conjunction with Haggard Properties,Weitzman Group and Jack in the Box.

The road completion opens up hundreds of West Plano acreage to afull gamut of retail, office campus and residential development.Windhaven Pavilion gets 15 acres at the southeast corner of thetollway and Windhaven Parkway for the first leg of retail. "This isa very good going home and get to work location," David Wilson,Cencor development partner, tells GlobeSt.com.

Windhaven Pavilion must be 50% to 60% pre-leased before dirtmoves, says Wilson. About 1 1/2 acres of the targeted acreage–asmall fraction of the Haggard family's holdings in the immediatevicinity–now houses a combo Jack in the Box eatery, Shell servicestation and convenience store.

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