Northeast Tarrant

North Richland Hills is getting a 10.5 acre retail, office and restaurant development

North Texas-based company Convergence Capital is developing a large strip of land in North Richland Hills for retail, restaurant and office use.

The development is called Berry Creek Village and will span over 10.5 acres along Mid Cities Boulevard, across the street from Birdville High School. According to the plans, there will be 15 lots and room for 20 tenants. The pad sites along Mid Cities Boulevard are slated for restaurant use and the remaining spaces can be office and retail space.

Rhonda Berry, the president of Convergence Capital, said the company is lining up a medical group and a restaurant as tenants, but could not give the names of the tenants.

Berry said community connection is a top priority for the development, and the plans for Berry Creek Village reflect that.

“For one of our featured lots in Berry Creek Village, we are in the process of designing a coffee coworking space that will be part of our ‘created community’ that we will also own and operate,” Berry said in an email.

Construction of Berry Creek Village will be split into two phases: the first phase will be office space, and is under construction. The second phase will begin site work in a few months.

Carla Jimenez covers breaking business news and commercial retail development. Born and raised in Euless, she took a detour in the Midwest for a few years, but she’s back in the land of football, barbecue and Dr Pepper.