Mesquite breaks ground on 54-acre, mixed-use community
Mesquite, TX – September 30, 2019 – Today, the City of Mesquite and Centurion American Development Group broke ground on Iron Horse Village, a new mixed-use community. The development will sit on 54 acres of prime real estate adjacent to the famed Mesquite Arena. Iron Horse Village will incorporate 336 single-family homes, 130,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space, and 4.5 acres of green space.
Mesquite Mayor Stan Pickett said, “Today is a historic moment for Mesquite. We are breaking ground on the largest mixed-use project in the history of the community. The Mesquite City Council has shown drive and determination to seek opportunities to advance Mesquite in terms of job and market growth. Today’s event is evidence that we are continuing with that ambition of Mesquite remaining relevant with developers and investors.”
Centurion American Development Group plans to complete phases 1 and 2 of the development in 2020. The 336 single-family residential home sites include 30 detached villas, 51 detached bungalows, 57 detached urban row homes and 198 rear-entry townhomes. The area will also have plenty of green space, with 4.5 acres of creeks, ponds, trails and park space.
Wayne Larson, Director of Communications and Marketing