Master Developer - Centurion American
Located out of Farmers Branch, Texas, Centurion American Development Group is a developer of master planned communities including The Riverwalk in Flower Mound, Entrada in Westlake, Mercer Crossing in Farmers Branch and Founders Parc in Euless.
Since 1990, Centurion has been developing in communities across North Texas. Delivering award-winning neighborhoods with impeccable amenities, Centurion has successfully designed master-planned communities that have been recognized across the real estate industry. The company strategically enters into joint ventures with other private and public investors, working closely with cities to engage in real estate projects covering all areas of development activities. Their established relationships with the area’s top builders allow Centurion to implement the latest design concepts in a diverse mix of developments varying in size and scope. The company has developed lifestyles in over 40 different cities covering over 25,000 acres of land. Centurion’s investor relationships span the largest cities in Texas, including Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, and San Antonio as well as areas of Colorado.
President and CEO Mehrdad Moayedi has been in the construction business for over 25 years, with over three decades of experience observing the real estate and market trends of North Texas. He is looking forward to the project in North Richland Hills, as he has always had an interest in the area.
“I went to high school in Bedford,” he said. “I’ve known about this location for a long time. We have a good relationship with the City of North Richland Hills and are building around their new city hall.”
Moayedi continues to provide some of the most sought-after, desirable residential communities throughout the DFW Metroplex. Consequently, his efforts have not gone unnoticed. In grateful appreciation for his dedicated service to the land development and homebuilding industry, in 2013, Moayedi was recognized by his peers as “Developer of the Year” by the Fort Worth Builders Association. The same year, he also received the John Harbin Visionary Award for his dedication and impact in providing desirable living in Northwest Tarrant and Denton counties.