Walton Global Sells 703 Acres in Hunt County, Texas


Company closes on bulk sale, continuing the growth of the Hunt County Master Plan in North Texas

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Walton Global, a real estate investment and land asset management company, has announced the sale of 703 acres in Hunt County, Texas, out of the Hunt County Master Plan. The land is located approximately 30 miles northeast of Dallas, with proximity to US Highway 380, connecting the land to Greenville and the rapidly expanding city of McKinney. Additionally, the Kansas City Southern Railroad main line runs through a portion of the property, providing access to major freight transport networks.

The Master Plan is positioned to give back, as well as bring life and community to Hunt County through a mixture of uses including residential housing, parks, schools, commercial, office, and industrial. A Municipal Utility District has been established on a portion of the property and through the sale of bonds, will reimburse future developers for major water, sewer, drainage, roads, and rail infrastructure.

“We are incredibly pleased to work with our buyer to advance the development of this expansive and fruitful property that will serve North Texas in many ways,” said David Peter, executive vice president special projects at Walton Global. “At Walton, we are committed to partnering with progressive end users to advance our goals of land that delivers to all areas of real estate.”

Walton Global continues to play a significant role in administering land investment projects and supporting the increasing population and growth in North Texas. To date, Walton has acquired a total of 6,714 acres of land for the Hunt County Master Plan to build toward the vision of the new community.