Once home to North Hills Mall, the 52 acres surrounding North Richland Hills City Hall were purchased by Centurion American Development Group. Called City Point, the new master planned mixed-use development will include various types residential options, including both single family detached and attached options alongside multi-family that will surround a commercial district along City Point Drive with an upscale hotel on the corner of Boulevard 26 and Rodger Line Drive. Visit the links to the right to learn more about this project or find more information at https://centurionamerican.com/community/city-point/.
City officials recently joined Centurion American Development Group to break ground for the first phase of the City Point commercial district, which will bring new businesses to the community. Plans include 60,000 square feet of commercial space as a centerpiece of the development between City Hall and Boulevard 26 along City Point Drive. While specific businesses have not yet been announced, we look forward to welcoming new businesses in the future. To view a video of the groundbreaking ceremony, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFqmlQ0U4kE.
City Point Groundbreaking
City of North Richland Hills officials joined Centurion American Development Group to break ground on City Point on October 7, 2020. The groundbreaking ceremony can be viewed on the city’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1U_5ezDsQ8
26 at City Point Begins Pre-Leasing
26 at City Point is a multi-family community located in front of City Hall and adjacent to the property owned by Centurion American. In June 2020, the new community (owned by AG Spanos) began pre-leasing with residents expected to move in beginning August 2020. Visit www.26citypoint.com for details.
Site Preparation Begins
Centurion American installed fencing and barricades to begin removing 25 acres of asphalt that remained from the mall parking lot. On April 15 the ring road bound by City Point Drive, Boulevard 26 and Rodger Line Drive was also temporarily closed, with City Point Drive providing access to both City Hall and the Calloway Creek Medical Office Building from both Boulevard 26 to Glenview Drive.