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Former mall site in Tarrant County will soon be a 52-acre mixed-use development

The project is set to break ground next week.
Credit: Centurion American Development Group
Centurion American Development Group will break ground next week on its 52-acre City Point development in North Richland Hills.

FORT WORTH, Texas — The former site of North Hills Mall in North Richland Hills will soon be home to City Point, a 52-acre mixed-use development by Farmers Branch-based Centurion American Development Group.

The new development is expected to include 366 single-family homes, including bungalows and townhomes; 400 to 600 new apartment units and 60,000 square feet of commercial space. 

This commercial space will include office, retail and restaurant space. New Synergy will build City Point’s bungalows and urban homes while CB Jeni will build the townhomes. The NRP Group, based out of Cleveland, will build the apartments. 

The project is set to break ground next week.

The new development will be built in phases, though it is not clear which portions of the development will break ground first. The entire project is expected to take seven years to be fully built out.

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