The coworking company will join Samsung, fitness equipment firm Peloton and several other tenants in the office buildings, which are a redevelopment of the former Texas Instruments campus at U.S. 75 and Legacy Drive.
“We are thrilled that Spaces has chosen Legacy Central,” said Regent CEO Eric Fleiss. “It’s a testament to the dynamic, creative office environment and unmatched amenity set Legacy Central has to offer.
“They are a great addition to our already diversified tenancy, which includes Samsung and Peloton, and we are excited about the energetic work community Spaces brings to the project.”
The Legacy Central lease is Spaces’ second recent expansion in Plano.
In December, the shared office firm rented more than 31,000 square feet of office space in the West Plano Village project on the Dallas North tollway at Parker Road.
Spaces also has a large coworking space in Dallas’ Uptown district.
The $300 million Legacy Central redevelopment has attracted major office tenants to Plano.
Los Angeles-based Regent Properties bought the 84-acre former Texas Instruments campus in 2016. The campus was built starting in the 1980s.
Regent Properties is redeveloping the old tech center into a mixed-use project with new office space, retail, conference facilities, additional parking and apartments.
The developer has completed three large office buildings in the project and has a fourth office under construction that will be finished in March.
“We are actively talking to additional office tenants whose space requirements represent over three times the remaining vacancy in the project,” Fleiss said.
Regent Properties has built a large parking garage on the east side of the development and recently completed a food hall to serve the project.
Trammell Crow Residential recently topped out construction of 385 apartments at the south end of Legacy Central, the first of two large apartment communities planned along with a hotel and additional retail and restaurant space.
Spaces is just one of several major coworking companies that is expanding its footprint in North Texas. At the end of 2018, there were more than 1.5 million square feet of shared office facilities open or announced in Dallas-Fort Worth.