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Tyler: The Crossing adds residential, commercial developmentTyler: The Crossing adds residential, commercial developmenthttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=19342015-01-20T15:26:00Z2015-01-20T00:00:00Z

TYLER - The Crossing, which sits at the very southern tip of Tyler’s city limits, is a 172-acre, mixed-use neighborhood center concept community under development.

Developer Mike Werner has developed 76 of the 172 acres and plans to develop at least 125 to 150 additional residential lots over the next three to five years. More than 30 acres are available for commercial development.

The residential and commercial development has three lakes totaling nearly nine acres. Werner also has added creeks, bridges, water features and stonework throughout the property.

When fully developed, The Crossing could have at least 250 residential lots and more than 40 acres of commercial land. Just west of Old Jacksonville Hwy., the north end of the community is bordered by Three Lakes Pkwy. and the south end borders County Rd. 164, or Mahar Rd.

The Crossing has seven subdivisions developed with 103 lots. It offers single-family homes ranging from town and garden homes to large wooded estate lots.

Werner has earmarked more than eight acres for a retirement or assisted-living facility that would neighbor Lake Pointe.

Next door is a 6.4-acre commercial lot where a doctor is planning to put a clinic, and another 5.6 acres are set aside for professional offices, east of the retirement facility.

Tyler Morning Telegraph
Tyler
Mixed-Use
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