Bob Morris

  • Dallas-Based Corgan Chosen as Lead Architect for Toyota’s Plano HQ

    In April, 2014, Plano rejoiced at the news that Toyota has selected the city for its North American headquarters. For the city, this would entail a $300 million investment on Toyota’s part and an influx of approximately 4,000 jobs. At the time, there were two important questions regarding the project: who will be the developer and who will be the architect of the 1-1.5 million-square-foot campus.

    Dallas 04 September 2014 04:54

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