Developed by Centurion American, executives close to the "city within a city" project say it will drive $2 billion in property taxes for Celina and double the town's population.
Plus: Jacobs is spinning off its government services unit into standalone company; Lawn & Garden relocates headquarters to Irving.
Living at storied apartment community was a rite of passage in the 1970s and ’80s for countless DFW execs, including Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. Now, with a multimillion-dollar redevelopment, the mixed-use project is targeting a new generation of young professionals.
Over a round of golf at Four Seasons Las Colinas, the firm president shares his thoughts on emerging DFW communities, home trading, and battling for properties in a hot market.
Dallas-based Niva Parajuli will be the first artist to unveil work at a sculpture park on property.
By Sara Rushing