Elevated Living in West Plano’s LVL29

Now open at Legacy West, LVL29 (pronounced Level 29) is a high-end residence offering living spaces that radiate comfort and sophistication. Its unmatched views of Plano and the surrounding cities promise to elevate the lifestyle of its residents.

As the newest and tallest high rise in Plano, LVL29 offers plenty of space – 29 floors, to be exact – with 20 floorplans to suit every taste. Residences were designed with a unique and luxurious look in mind, and may include up to four bedrooms, all with the finest designer finishes, quartz countertops, floor-to-ceiling windows, top-of-the-line appliances and private glass balconies.

photos courtesy LVL29
photos courtesy LVL29

Top-tier amenities reserved exclusively for residents include a private poker and sports lounge, a pool with in-water lounge seating, a heated spa, concierge services, dry cleaning services, an air-conditioned pet center with a dog wash station and a fully-equipped fitness center. Residents may also cook in one of two outdoor kitchen and grilling areas, have a meeting in one of the business center’s private conference rooms, or take a spin class alongside the digital large-screen TV in the cycle-spinning room.

Living at LVL29 feels a bit like living in one’s own, perfectly curated corner of the world. With world-class dining, office spaces and high-end shops and entertainment located nearby, everything needed for luxurious living is within reach. Residents can walk out their front door to the shops at Legacy West.

Residents can move into LVL29 today. Apartments there start at $2,100; townhomes start at $5,500; and penthouses start at $13,000. 

In the midst of the social distancing order, LVL29 is offering virtual tours, but as soon as the order passes, staff will begin in-person tours again.

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