Months in the making, a development with new homes, restaurants and stores will begin taking shape in North Richland Hills on vacant land where a shopping mall once stood.
Mehrdad Moayedi, president and CEO of Centurion American Development Group, and community leaders broke ground this week on the 52-acre City Point project on Grapevine Highway in Tarrant County.
The Dallas Morning News reported last fall that Moayedi’s firm was designing a residential and commercial project for the property, which also includes North Richland Hills’ new City Hall and a public safety and municipal court complex.
“We are excited to celebrate the next chapter in the life of this property,” Mayor Oscar Trevino said during the ceremony.
Centurion American’s plan includes 366 single-family homes, 400 to 600 multifamily units, parks and trails and 60,000 square feet of commercial development, according to the company. It will take around seven years to complete.