Parks Legado Town Center

Parks Legado Town Center is a 68 acre upscale mixed-use town center located in the heart of Odessa-Midland between The University of Texas Permian Basin and the Medical Center Hospital Wellness Center.  The SH 191 corridor, primary connector between Midland and Odessa, is home to the area's newest commercial businesses, affluent neighborhoods, hotels, the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center, Odessa Country Club, Sears Methodist Retirement Community, and the city's newest apartments.

Parks Legado Town Center is named for the legacy of the Parks Family, early West Texas pioneers who once owned the land.  Parks Legado is conceived as a "Gathering Place" for the community, to serve the needs of West Texas citizens.  Parks Legado Town Center is the area's only development that encompasses the full spectrum of shopping, dinning, work places and entertainment.

The Shops At Parks Legado

  • Cork and Pig Tavern
  • Cork and Pig Market
  • The Egg & I Restaurant
  • White House Meat Market and Burgers
  • Jersey Mike's Subs
  • Joe James Salon and Day Spa - Aveda
  • Kenzington's Kloset
  • Proof
  • Saltgrass Steak House
  • Cavender's Boot City
  • Tractor Supply Company
  • Lease Space Available


Parks Legado Town Center

  • Aim Bank
  • The Residence Inn by Marriott
  • Marriott Courtyard
  • Hilton Homewood Suites
  • Sewell Ford-Lincoln - Coming Soon
  • Great Texas Oil Change - Coming soon
  • Pad Sites Available

The Offices At Parks Legado

  • 2, 4-Story, 72,640 SF Class-A Office Building
  • Lease Space Available

Parks Legado Town Center is unique to West Texas.  Tree lined sidewalks and Mediterranean architecture attract shoppers and diners.  On-street parking, brick pavers, and tasteful signage provide an upscale development with a "hometown" feel.  Micro-parks featuring fountains, pavilions and children's play area serve as prime gathering spaces for entertainment and community events.  A winding jogging path and quality landscaping compliment easy access and ample parking.

Odessa is ranked #1 and Midland is ranked #2 of all small cities in America for job growth.
— Forbes Magazine 2012


Jose Mendez



7260 Hwy 191

Odessa, TX 79765

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With its 4,000 feet of highway frontage, businesses in the Town Center benefit from excellent visibility and easy access from multiple roadways.  Located halfway between  Dallas/Fort Worth and El Paso, Odessa-Midland is the new gateway to the expanding West Texas Marketplace.  Odessa-Midland MSA population is approximately 300,000 and the overall trade area encompasses 500,000.


Parks Legado Town Center | Master Plan

Parks Legado Town Center opened March 2013.  Buildings have leasing and pad sites available for retail, restaurants, offices, and goods & services.  Lease depths are 70' to 90'.  All tenants benefit from excellent highway visibility on SH 191, plus pedestrian traffic strolling along Main Street and attending community events at the Plaza Park.

Parks Legado Town Center is located in the heart of day time business activity and the area's newest neighborhoods and apartment communities.

The Town Center is easily accessed from:

East - West: SH 191, Tres Hermanas Blvd., Eastridge Rd.

North - South: Faudree Rd.  Parks Legado Rd., Billy Hext Rd., Loop 338.











Parks Legado Town Center | History

Collin Sewell

Currently in its fourth generation, the Sewell Family of Companies is led by Collin Sewell. Gifted with the ability to lead and recognize talent, Collin is strategic in assembling the best possible team for each project he begins. He leads over 350 team members and oversees Ford, Lincoln, Toyota and GM Franchises, Collin is active in many philanthropic events. An annual fundraiser has generated more than $1M in donations over the past ten years within the local school district.

Collin, President of the Sewell Family of Companies, has teamed up with Don Epperson, the Epperson Company of Dallas, to develop Parks Legado Town Center.  They have over 30 years experience in real estate development, investment and construction across the country.  The Parks Legado team has a proven track record in mixed use, retail, office, hospitality and residential development.

Mr. Sewell is an experienced real estate investor and developer in West Texas. He has named Parks Legado Town Center for the legacy of the Parks Family, early West Texas pioneers who once owned the land. Parks Legado was conceived as a gathering place for the community and to serve the needs of the citizens of West Texas.


Parks Legado Town Center | News

December 2015

Saltgrass Steakhouse Opens

With the closing of another year we are excited that the Saltgrass Steakhouse is now open to the public.  Saltgrass Steak House recaptures the flavor of the open campfire.  Steaks, chicken, and seafood, chargrilled to perfection.  Complete with breads, soups and desserts, made from scratch daily.

May 2015

Proof and the Cork and Pig Market Open

We are excited to announce the addition of two new shops opening at Parks Legado.  Proof is an upscale lounge serving up unique cocktails, crafter beer and good wine.  They take reservations but walk-ins are welcomed as well.  Joining Proof by also opening its doors this month is the Cork and Pig Tavern Market.  The C.P.T. Market is a unique, chef driven blend of brick oven pizzas, gourmet salads, and an array of signature entrees, and sandwiches.  The C.P.T. Market is a branch off of the Cork and Pig Tavern located next door, but with its own twist on the menu.

April 15, 2013 – Odessa, Texas

Parks Legado Town Center Opens

The Sewell Family of Companies and Epperson Company announced the opening of Parks Legado Town Center this month. Parks Legado is a 65 acre mixed use development located on State Highway 191 in east Odessa. Collin Sewell, owner of the town center, is President of the 100 year old Sewell Family of Companies based in Odessa. Developer Don Epperson, is President of Dallas based Epperson Company.

Phase 1 of Parks Legado Town Center includes The Residence Inn by Marriott, Aim Bank and 27,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space. Notable tenants include Cork and Pig Tavern, The Egg and I, Joe James Salon and Day Spa, and Kenzington’s Kloset. These businesses will be joined soon by Cavender’s Boot City, Whitehouse Meat Market, Jersey Mike’s Subs and more shops.

“For any business seeking investment opportunities in this economy, Odessa is the hidden gem they have been looking for,” said Mr. Sewell. “We believe that Odessa will take itself to an entirely new level and Parks Legado Town Center is the cornerstone for that”.

Parks Legado combines Mediterranean architecture with a tree lined Main Street, pedestrian walkways and jogging trail. The development is highlighted by the 24,000 square foot Plaza Park featuring a Spanish fountain, large stone fireplaces, gas lights and mature trees. The park is designed to serve as a venue for family gatherings and community events. “This is a place where people can come to dine, hang out and spend time with the family,” said Mr. Sewell. “That’s really the idea behind Parks Legado Town Center.”

The 120 room Residence Inn by Marriott is the newest hotel to open in Odessa. “We teamed up with Dallas based Western International for this beautiful hotel that anchors the heart of the town center,” said Mr. Epperson . “This June, Western International is scheduled to break ground on the Marriott Courtyard and Hilton Homewood Suites in Phase 2, giving us a total of 340 hotel rooms at Parks Legado.”

Phase 2 will also include Sewell Volkswagen starting construction this summer, plus Sewell Ford-Lincoln, Great Texas Oil Change and restaurant pad sites. “We are also pre-leasing Parks Legado Office Plaza, our 37,000 square foot, Class A office building and an additional 20,000 square feet of shop space.” Mr. Epperson added. “Upon completion Parks Legado Town Center will include over 500,000 square feet of businesses and will add over 150 jobs to the Odessa economy.”

In 2011, the developers created economic investment agreements with the City of Odessa, Ector County and Odessa College District. “Parks Legado Town Center is truly a development for the community and we are grateful to our civic partners that helped make this possible,” said Mr. Sewell. “Parks Legado is already becoming the new gathering place for West Texans to shop, dine, work and play”.


Odessa-Midland: According to the May 2012 Forbes list, Odessa is ranked #1 of US small cities for jobs, followed by Midland, ranked #2. Odessa’s year-over-year employment growth is 9.8 % and Midland is 6.3%. With a combined population of over 275,000, retail sales are up over 22% and auto sales are up over 40% as compared to 2011. This is due in part by the growth of energy companies and oil service companies involved in exploration of The Spraberry Field in the Permian Basin. The Midland-Odessa Regional Economic Index rose 17.7% since March 2011.

The Sewell Family of Companies: Currently in its fourth generation, the 100 year old Sewell Family of Companies is lead by Collin Sewell. Gifted with the ability to lead and recognize talent, Mr. Sewell is strategic in assembling the best possible team for each project he begins. He leads over 275 team members in West Texas and oversees Ford, Lincoln, and General Motors franchises. Mr. Sewell is active in many philanthropic events, including an annual fundraiser that has generated more than $1 million in donations over the past ten years for the local school district.

Epperson Company: With over 30 years of real estate development and consulting experience, President Don Epperson has managed over $1 billion in commercial development and the construction of 9.5 million square feet. Epperson Company’s track record includes: mixed-use, retail, office, hospitality, residential, medical, and transit oriented development. Among his past projects are the 800,000 square foot Park Lane mixed use development in Dallas, and Hotel Palomar by Kimpton hotel/residential projects in Dallas and Los Angeles.


Parks Legado Town Center | Contact Information


Jose Mendez