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The Crossroads at Terrell / Terrell Market Center

Just East of Dallas. Just Right for Retail.

Crossroads at Terrell is a 255-acre, 600,000 sf major power retail center at the junction of I-20, SH 34 and Spur 557 off U.S. 80. It is developing in phases and includes mixed-use office, retail, hotel, service and apartments. Crossroads’ new anchor tenant is the 74,000 sf Film Alley Movie Entertainment Center. This multi-venue concept will include 8 full-service movie theatres, 24 bowling lanes, a 4,500-sf arcade, bar and grill, full-service dining, 5 party rooms. The retail momentum at the Crossroads at Terrell has spurred the opening of Chipolte, Freddy’s Frozen Custard, Panda Express, Taco Bueno, Hobby Lobby, Marshall’s, Chiangmai Thai, Chick-Fil-A, Famous Footwear, Five Below, GoWireless by Verizon, Ulta, Upscale Nails & Spa, Petco, Rack Room Shoes, Ross, Spec’s Wine, Spirits & Finer Foods, Sport Clips  and Burkes Outlet.

You can bet that Buc-ee’s looked long and hard for their first North Texas location. Terrell Market Center, an 89-acre tract at the junction of FM 148 and I-20 proved to be the high-performance address they picked to build their super-sized 62,000 sf Travel Plaza. Buc-ee’s gets over 6,000 vehicle trips daily to its Terrell store. They also earned the #1 ranking in Gas Buddy’s Best Gas Stations in America. This major anchor of the 37-acre mixed-use development consisting of restaurants, retail and hotels, has already been joined by Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, Tru by Hilton, La Quinta, Whataburger, Dairy Queen, Discount Tire, Starbucks and Taco Cabana.

Baylor Scott & White Health owns the remaining 52 acres which will feature a new full-service, 100-bed expandable to 400-bed hospital. Baylor Medical Terrell will be the largest regional medical facility serving Kaufman County and the East Texas region west of Tyler.

These exciting developments are located in our 4,500-acre TIF District, which is the single largest rural TIF in Texas. They are easily accessible from all directions by a double diamond interchange. Traffic counts are over 59,000 VPD† and the expanded trade area has a population of 311,050*. With expansions and upgrades to frontage roads and off-ramps, this interchange will be able to handle millions of square feet of development and corresponding traffic volume. 

*2018 Retail Coach   †TxDOT 2016