Development is kicking off on a extensive-awaited Farmers Branch restaurant and retail development.
Centurion American Growth Team is constructing the waterfront challenge in its Mercer Crossing undertaking on LBJ Freeway around Luna Street.
The Mercer Crossing Boardwalk is prepared to have far more than 60,000 sq. toes of building, which includes a namesake boardwalk alongside the lake.
“We’re fired up to break floor on this piece of Mercer Crossing, which will be a great addition to the eating and retail landscape in Farmers Department,” Mehrdad Moayedi, president and CEO of Centurion American, explained in a statement.
Centurion American was pressured to hold off building of the Mercer Crossing Boardwalk project although it produced improvements to the lake, which was crafted in the 1980s.
The retail and cafe center was designed by Bush Architects.
The first dining establishments in Mercer Crossing Boardwalk are scheduled to open by early up coming yr. The preliminary tenants include Primo’s MX Kitchen area & Lounge, a Tex Mex cafe and Italian-American restaurant Sfereco.
Centurion American’s encompassing Mercer Crossing venture involves 975 home websites, 1,700 residences and independent dwelling units. There is also 100,000 sq. feet of workplace house.