Mercer Crossing will be a town of its own with many options for shopping, eating, outdoor fun, and even business opportunities. Residents will enjoy lakefront dining, boardwalks and
entertainment, power retail, community grocery shopping, and tons of open space.
Once you cross over into Mercer Crossing, you will feel transported into a community that is historically inspired by 17th century England but still innately Texas. By taking Tudor architecture and weaving it with contemporary Texas-style elements, Mercer Crossing will be a community unlike any other in Texas. It will be a community unlike any other in the entire southwest.
Part of the community is intended for urban commerce with shopping, restaurants, coffee bars, studios, and offices for small to large businesses while the rest will be 6 distinct residential
neighborhoods with parks, trails, and open space designed to replicate the English countryside. By the time this community is finished, you won’t refer to your new home as Dallas, you’ll refer to it as Mercer Crossing.