Metro 31

  • El Paso Taps Hunt Cos. for Mixed-Use Project

    The City of El Paso has selected Hunt Cos., through its affiliate Hunt Metro 31, to develop a 31-acre TOD. The development will be at the site of the former Northpark Mall in northeast El Paso, at the meeting of Dyer St. and Diana Dr.

    South 04 December 2014 20:16

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