Construction kicks off on Mesquite mixed-use project at rodeo
Today is a historic moment for Mesquite. We are breaking ground on the largest mixed-use project in the history of the community.– Stan Pickett
Mayor of Mesquite, Texas
Developers in Mesquite have broken ground on a mixed-use project that will join the city's landmark rodeo arena.
Developer Centurion American Development Group is building the 54-acre Iron Horse Village project near Military Parkway and LBJ Freeway.
The development, which has been in the works since last year, adjoins the Mesquite Championship Rodeo arena, which Centurion American is also renovating.
Plans for Iron Horse Village call for 336 single-family homes, 130,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space, and 4.5 acres of open space. The project will include townhomes, residential bungalows, villas and urban row houses.
The first two phases of the project will open in late 2020.