A developer has released plans for the former Dallas Cowboys facility in Irving, according to recent reports from multiple outlets. Just a couple years removed from the Cowboys moving to their new headquarters in Frisco, the old practice facility and most of the office space has already been demolished at the 36-acre complex to prep for the glistening new 230-home community.
Being developed by Centurion American Development Group, home lots could be available and ready for building as early as mid-to-late summer of next year.
As mentioned in the Dallas Business Journal, the project, now being called Legends Crossing, will include villas, bungalows, and townhouses, with prices starting under $300,000. As part of the project scope, the community’s entryway will be constructed from the same stone as the former Cowboys offices, and it will also include 10 acres for open / amenity space, which will feature two parks, a swimming pool and sundeck, and a greenbelt. In addition, streets within Legends Crossing will be named after Cowboys greats.