The 15th Street Brick House Plano Building

The 15th Street Brick House Plano building is a historic building located in Downtown Plano suited for retail, office and residential use.

Highlights

  • Address: 1005 -1007 E. 15th Street, Plano, Texas 75074
  • Built: 1892, Remodeled 2006
  • Building: 9100 +/- sq. ft. – Two Story
  • Land: 12,153 +/- sq. ft. including 7,603 +/- sq. ft. parking lot
  • Historic two story building with elevator, located in the heart of Historic Downtown Plano
  • First floor retail and second floor office space.
  • Approx. 7600 sq ft of land currently being utilized as a surface parking lot may be developed as additional office/ retail/ residential lofts
  • Adjacent to the DART Downtown Plano Station
  • Located across from McCall Plaza near popular restaurants/bars and retail stores
  • Across the street from Junction 15,  $40 million mixed-use development with ground floor retail/office space and residential lofts
  • Excellent access to North Central Expressway (US-75) and President George Bush Turnpike (SH-190)
  • Approx 1.25 mile north of the new Regional Headquarters of State Farm Insurance Company (10,000+/- employees) and future Headquarters of Raytheon Corporation (2000 +/- employees).

In the heart of Historic Downtown Plano

AUTHENTIC, HISTORIC, UNIQUE

Downtown Plano is a vibrant community of urban living, performing arts, galleries, event venues, plus unique shops and restaurants that are independently owned and operated; all set against a backdrop of historic buildings, the Plano Station Dart Rail, and Haggard Park.

Downtown Plano History

As featured on the official Downtown Plano website.

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INITIALLY SETTLED IN THE 1840’s

PLANO WAS INCORPORATED JUNE 2,1873, SIX MONTHS AFTER THE HOUSTON AND CENTRAL RAILROAD OPENED AND MADE THE CITY THE TRADING CENTER OF THE FARMING COMMUNITY OF SOUTHWEST COLLIN COUNTY. TODAY, THE CITY OF PLANO OCCUPIES APPROXIMATELY 72 SQUARE MILES WITH A POPULATION GREATER THAN 272,000.

Not long ago, Downtown Plano was a sleepy, nearly forgotten commercial center of a farming community swept away by Dallas’ suburban expansion. Today, Downtown Plano is experiencing a renaissance and is reemerging as an urban center stimulated, in part, by the coming of the light rail transit service. So far, over 50,000 square feet of private development has occurred, over 1100 urban apartments have been built or approved framing the live-around* footprint, and historic commercial and civic buildings have been restored in the compact 80 acre downtown area.

DOWNTOWN: THEN & NOW

Despite Plano’s tremendous growth, Downtown Plano has remained largely unchanged. A large amount of existing Downtown buildings remain standing since the “re-build* from the fire of 1896. Many of the businesses stayed consistent throughout the early 1900s, with many of the shops just moving across the street, but remaining in the area. During the 1980s, Downtown changed from a traditional business center to a specialty retail district composed of antique stores and gift and clothing boutiques. During the 90’s, the city began focusing it future to the Historic Downtown area by building its headquarters of city hall, the municipal courthouse, and the Downtown Fire station. In 2002, the DART station at 15th Street began commencing service to Downtown Dallas. In 2007, the existing merchants association of Downtown Plano was reorganized into a not for profit organization named, The Historic Downtown Plano Association with the mission of preserving Downtown Plano’s historic character and embracing its future.

PLANO TODAY

Today, Historic Downtown Plano is urbanizing with new restaurants, retail, office and urban housing. Almost every night of the week, the streets are alive with a variety of activities; there’s something here for everyone! The sky is the limit as Historic Downtown Plano has become a destination to Eat, Play, Shop, and Live.

A visual introduction to the 15th Brick House Plano building

Come visit Historic Downtown Plano!