Groundbreaking for $1 Billion Mercer Crossing Mixed-Use Development Gets Underway in Texas

FARMERS BRANCH, TX - Centurion American Development Group and the City of Farmers Branch announced the groundbreaking ceremony for the mixed-use development Mercer Crossing, at the corner of Luna Road and Whittington Lane in Farmers Branch, Texas.

“We’ve spent the last two years planning every detail of this project with the City of Farmers Branch and feel there couldn’t be a more perfect time to break ground,” said Mehrdad Moayedi, Centurion American President and CEO.

Centurion American and the City of Farmers Branch have partnered to create the 370 acre, $1 billion development. The property, located in the heart of the Metroplex, will include more than 800 single-family homes, 2,250 apartments, retail stores, restaurants, a boutique hotel, 48-acre office park, amphitheater, and a boardwalk entertainment district.

Mercer Crossing is the culmination of more than two years of planning with the City of Farmers Branch and will result in an exciting new development for the area. Construction has already started with residents able to move in next year.

Centurion American is one of Texas’ largest developers of single-family home neighborhoods. Since 1990, they have developed over 20,000 single-family homes and currently have several mixed-use projects being built throughout the Metroplex.