Mehrdad Moayedi

Former Cattle Ranch in Little Elm Sold to Centurion American for New Homes Site

By Shelby Skrhak / August 16, 2020 / 0 Comments

Centurion American Development Group, a Texas-based real estate development company owned by Mehrdad Moayedi, has acquired 522 acres of former ranch land for a new master-planned community of single-family homes in Little Elm. Originally cattle ranch land, the future home site at U.S. 380 north of Lake Lewisville is owned by Spiritas Ranch Enterprises, a […]

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What Could High-Rise Development Look Like in Turtle Creek’s Mansion Park?

By Jon Anderson / July 27, 2020 / 0 Comments

Last week, a reader asked what CandysDirt.com thought about the potential for more 20-plus-story high-rises in the Mansion Park area of Oak Lawn. For those that don’t know, I’m defining Mansion Park as being bounded by Oak Lawn Avenue, Cedar Springs Road, Turtle Creek Blvd., and Maple Avenue. It’s an area I’ve covered often, but […]

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The 5 Most Amazing Luxury Real Estate Auctions We’ve Seen

By Candy Evans / July 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

I was hooked the very first time I heard about a real estate auction. First of all, I am a consummate bargain hunter. Though I need nothing in this world, I trotted into Tuesday Morning as soon as it re-opened. Imagine how the prospect of getting a house for cheap energizes my blood? But why […]

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Centurion American Moves Forward with City Point on Former North Richland Hills Mall Site

By Brandi Addison / February 10, 2020 / 0 Comments

Mehrdad Moayedi, the developer behind the mixed-use Collin Creek development in Plano, has designs on another former mall site.

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Revived Braniff Building Among Four Projects Presented to The Oak Lawn Committee

By Jon Anderson / February 5, 2020 / 1 Comment

A plan from Mehrdad Moayedi to resurrect the Braniff building was the highlight of the Feb. 4 Oak Lawn Committee meeting, says Jon Anderson.

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Crespi Estate Changes Hands, Lands With Local Family

By Bethany Erickson / June 28, 2019 / 3 Comments

If the railroads vital to the Crespi family’s cotton trade had run through Waco and not Dallas, Pio and Florence Crespi might have hired Maurice Fatio to build their estate there, instead of Walnut Hill Lane in Dallas. And nobody would be agog today at the news that the Crespi estate, which has changed hands […]

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