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KDC to Develop Toyotas North American HQ in Dallas

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Dallas-based KDC Real Estate Development & Investments (KDC) will develop Toyota’s new North American headquarters campus, located in the Legacy West development in Plano, Texas, the companies announced today.

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The auto giant recently finalized the purchase of its new headquarters site, with expectations to move in to the development in late 2016 or early 2017. The campus will house about 4,000 Toyota employees.

“We are excited to move forward with KDC to develop our new North American headquarters,” said Doug Beebe, Corporate Manager, Administrative Services at Toyota Motor Sales Inc., in a statement. “KDC has a proven track record of delivering high value and innovative projects to a diverse group of clients on time and on budget. They are also a recognized leader in providing environmentally sustainable solutions, an important qualification as we plan for an environmentally sustainable campus.”

Additional details on the project, including groundbreaking dates, have not yet been released, a KDC spokesperson told ENR.

KDC, a commercial real estate development and investment firm, is currently building one of the region’s largest projects to break ground in the past year, the $1.5-billion City Line project in Richardson, Texas.


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