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City of Hurst Developments

City of Hurst Developments

May 2, 2022

The HEB area is attractive with its many amenities and central location to a lot of families who would like to take up residence here. With Hurst being a city that is 99% built out, the best way to accommodate that interest is by using the few small parcels of land available to create vertical residential.

$60 Million of new apartment complexes have been built in Hurst in the past two years and the last and third of these recently opened on Pipeline, The Gala at Central Park. It is a 55+ Senior Independent Living complex.

A relatively new concept in residential living is new single-family homes for rent. ECM Development has broken ground on a new community of single-family homes being built by David Weekly Homes called Eden Town Square. The five-acre community next to Target will be managed with many services and amenities offered and plans to open in the next 12-18 months.

Citizens enjoy new restaurants to patronize and several have opened or are soon to open in Hurst. Olivo’s Café and Tortilla Factory has recently opened with an authentic Mexican food menu and also offers fresh tortillas to take home. Their menu and hours include a full breakfast menu with seven different breakfast plates and a wide selection of Olivo Plates offered throughout the day and evening. Herbs Indian Cuisine will very soon open their new Indian and Nepalese cuisine restaurant in the Tom Thumb Shopping Center. Sushi Go will also soon open a new restaurant featuring Japanese and Asian sushi, sashimi, and nigiri. NY Style Pizza and classic Italian recipes will soon be served at the new Sbarro’s Italian Restaurant opening in the North East Mall food court. The coffee craze continues throughout DFW and the latest coffee bar offering in Hurst is the new Black Rock Coffee Bar opening at Sprouts Crossing on Grapevine Highway.

For more information on development and redevelopment opportunities in the City of Hurst, please visit https://www.hursttx.gov or contact Steve Bowden at 817 788 7025 or at sbowden@hursttx.gov.