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    Century Sqaure (New Development in College Station)

    As Texas A&M University continues to grow, so does the community. Over time, Brazos Valley has seen a rapid urban growth to suit the needs of a modern lifestyle. By summer of 2017 College Station will have a fully operational 60-acre dynamic community center that features premier retail, new restaurants, entertainment venues, a luxury apartment home, and two hotels. This new community center will be known as Century Square and will be located right across from Texas A&M’s campus on University Drive.

    Century Square will help redefine the dining and shopping atmosphere in the Brazos Valley. This community center will feature new up-scale restaurants such as Hopdoddy burger bar, Zoes Kitchen, Mo’s Irish Pub, Berryhill Baja Grill and Cantina, Blaze Pizza, and Tiff’s Treats. Century Square has not released the names of any retail stores coming to the area yet but they are figured to be upscale stores as well.

    For entertainment, a Star Cinema Grill will be opening. Star Cinema Grill is a full-service restaurant experience delivered to your seat while you enjoy the latest movies in theater. There will also be a spacious courtyard that will be great for events, live music, and fun.

    100 Park is a luxury apartment home that is featured in Century Square. This is a 21 and up apartment home that provides a upscale living environment for graduates, young professionals, professors, and more. (100 Park is currently open and offering leases for Fall 2017)

    The Calvary and The George are two hotels that are also apart of Century Square. These are both luxury hotels that will provide comfortable yet exquisite atmospheres. The location of these hotels will also be in popular demand since they are so close to the University. (The Calvary is currently open and The George is set to open summer 2017)


    Therefore, if you’re a member of the Brazos Valley or visit often be prepared for a new premier community destination.




    Written by: Ross Bonilla



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