Friday, September 19, 2014

Developer buys Texas A&M property in Far North Dallas with plans for hundreds of new homes

The 900-home residential community will surround the Texas A&M center on Coit Road.
A developer has completed its purchase of one of the largest undeveloped properties in Far North Dallas.
Centurion American Development plans to build hundreds of houses and townhouses on the 163-acre property it purchased from Texas A&M University.
The land is surrounds to the Texas A&M Agrilife Research and Extension Center on Coit Road just north of Campbell Road.
Centurion plans to build 720 single-family homes and 180 townhouses, according to filings with the City of Dallas.
Texas A&M has owned the property for decades, using it as a research and extension service center.
John Pippard of the Pippard Co. brokered the sale by the Board of Regents of the Texas A&M University System.
Centurion American has been in business since the 1990s and has developed thousands of homesites in residential communities in Texas.