Among North Texas’ greatest developers is kicking on a neighborhood north of Dallas that will have more than 1,000 homes and homes.
Farmers Branch-based Centurion American is planning the task called Typhoon Creek North in the town of Anna in north Collin County.
Centurion American got zoning from the city for the task, which belongs to a mixed-use advancement called The Towns of Typhoon Creek.
The job near U.S. Highway 75 will include sites for 984 single-family houses, 400 multifamily homes, and 50,000 square feet of retail, dining establishment and entertainment area. There’s likewise land reserve for a neighborhood garden, treking tracks and a facility center for homeowners.
“Anna is one of the fastest-growing towns in North Texas, and we’re proud to be a part of the favorable development story there,” Centurion American president and CEO Mehrdad Moayedi stated in a declaration. “The Towns at Hurricane Creek will provide a varied collection of housing and the sort of community amenities that will make it an in-demand neighborhood.”
Strategies call for single-story and two-story homes plus townhouses.
Building and construction of the first stage of the advancement will start in early 2021.
“The Villages of Hurricane Creek task will start development on the western side of US 75 and offer diverse housing choices and facilities for Anna neighbors,” Anna Mayor Nate Pike stated in a declaration. “We are also thrilled about the commercial and entertainment options that our community desires.”
Established 1990, Centurion American has actually established sites for more than 30,000 single-family homes in dozens of communities in North Texas.
The developer has likewise done huge historic restoration tasks and new commercial construction.