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Former Plano Market Square Mall Reopens As Assembly Park

The project includes retail, dining and living spaces

Triten Real Estate Partners recently completed the office and retail components of Assembly Park, the revitalization project for Market Square Mall in Plano, Texas. 

Situated adjacent to Central Expressway and Spring Creek Parkway, this endeavor boasts 180,000 square feet of innovative office space, along with 17,000 square feet of accessible retail and dining establishments. The area also includes a park, as well as hiking and biking trails for outdoor enjoyment.

Triten is on track to finalize The Annabel, a multifamily development within Assembly Park, by December. This Class A apartment community offers one, two and three-bedroom units, complete with available garages and storage spaces for rent. The residents will also have access to amenities including a fitness center, a dog grooming room, a dog park, outdoor gaming areas, co-working spaces and secure bicycle storage facilities.

“It was a fun challenge to convert this large mall into an approachable, active place for Plano,” project designer Michael Hsu said in an official statement. “Our team responded to the history and context of the building while adding lively architectural moments, grand entries, unexpected façade patterns and custom brick and tile to provide a fresh energy.”

Frequent on-site activities will be accessible at the recently established pocket park. These activities include outdoor fitness classes, live music performances, evening movie screenings, farmers' markets and holiday markets. Assembly Park's "Moonlight Movie Series" is set to begin on Oct. 26, featuring the film Hocus Pocus as its inaugural screening.

In 2021, Triten acquired the 300,000-square-foot mall with the intention of revitalizing the underutilized complex into a mixed-use development. This mall, initially named the Outlet Mall of Americas, was constructed in 1983

“Assembly Park is a true work, live, play destination, positioned to appeal to a diverse range of community members,” said Triten Founder Scott Arnoldy.